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Working for a grocery wholesaler, Bill Moran identified an opportunity for small grocers to compete against emerging mega stores. He opened a single Save-A-Lot store in 1977, which has grown into one of the leading U.S. grocery chains, operating more than 1,150 stores in urban, rural and suburban areas. The stores offer a range of Save-A-Lot-brand products, as well as farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, beef, pork, poultry, dairy products and nonfood items. It also offers a selection of merchandise, including housewares and hardware. Save-A-Lot sells products of several brands, such as Totino's, Banquet, Michelina, Wylwood, McDaniel and Kurtz. The company supports various children's welfare organizations and programs. It also designs and implements recognized programs for educating associates about federal support plans. Additionally, it partners with the United Way and other national organizations. Save-A-Lot operates a location in Springfield, Mass. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of SUPERVALU, a Fortune 100 company and one of the largest grocery retailing companies in the United States.
Regular Hours
Tue - Fri:
Sat - Sun:
Extra Phones

Phone: (413) 732-4039

Fax: (413) 732-4039

Payment method
discover, master card, visa, cash, check, debit
Liberty Heights

Save-A-Lot Food Stores

Save-A-Lot (Onex)

Grocery Stores, Discount Stores


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Large chain store that has no clue!

If your in need of no name brand canned goods, or you don't care about the quality of supposedly fresh produce, or if you like your steaks with more fat on them than a 1500 lb. person than this is the place to shop for you. About the only thing going for them is the frozen food which I have to admit is not half bad. The cashiers are friendly and courtious. I have no idea why they went to the open 24 hours a day format. It seems to me that the prices of most items went up almost immediately, and besides who is really going to shop there at 3:00 in the morning.