Save Mart

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published on October 31, 2022 - 10:38 AM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Save Mart has teamed up with Amazon and is now offering customers two-hour grocery delivery from Save Mart stores in Lathrop and Ceres, with more cities in the Central Valley to be added soon.

No word on whether the Fresno area will be included. A message left for a Save Mart spokesperson was not returned Monday morning.

The service is available to Amazon Prime members.

Customers can order their Save Mart grocery delivery through the Amazon app or at www.amazon.com/savemart starting at $4.99 for Amazon Prime members. Users must live in neighborhoods where the service is offered, reported Supermarket News.

“The Amazon partnership represents The Save Mart Cos.’ ongoing digital transformation to serve our shoppers and fulfill their needs with innovative and affordable solutions,” Tamara Pattison, senior vice president and chief digital officer for The Save Mart Cos., said in a statement to Supermarket News. “We are proud of Save Mart’s reputation of exceptional-quality fresh and local produce, meat and seafood, all at low prices the shopper needs more than ever. We are committed to enhancing the personalization of our customers’ shopping experience across all of our stores, including Lucky and FoodMaxx.”

Save Mart is only the latest supermarket to unveil a partnership with the world’s largest e-commerce company. Ontario, California-based Cardenas Markets announced such a partnership late last month, Supermarket News reported, marking the first U.S. grocery partner delivery offering since integrating its Prime Now program into Amazon.com.


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