Save A Lot store to transform into Cash Saver MarketNovember 21, 2017
From Local Sources
JASPER — The Save A Lot grocery store on the north side of Jasper will soon become a Cash Saver Market, with a focus on value for your dollar.
“We are thrilled to bring a new approach to grocery in Jasper, Indiana,” said Matt Dills, chief operating officer for Buehler Inc.
Save A lot, located at 3605 N. Newton St., will close for business at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28, and will reopen as Cash Saver Market at 8 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 8.
Cash Saver Market is a Cost Plus Food Store that prices goods at cost and adds a 10 percent basket charge at checkout.
“It is our cost to get the product to the shelf,” a Buehler Inc. press release said. “Simply put, if we can cut out the middle man we pass along the savings.”
The release listed examples of 2-liters of Coke for 99 cents plus the 10 percent and 20 oz. white bread for 69 cents plus the 10 percent.
“If we don’t have to pay freight to ship product, labor to stock the product, etc., we don’t make you, the customer, pay market rates,” the press release said. “We won’t be the cheapest on every item, no one can be, but we will save you money.”
Cash Saver Market will provide a wide range of highly rated wines, a large assortment of craft beer, full lines of organic and gluten free items, Black Angus beef, Smithfield prime pork and local options such as Fischer Farms meats, Steckler Grassfed meats and cheeses, Libby’s Ice Cream, Dad’s Rootbeer, and Celebration Ice. A full line of Hispanic items will also be available.
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