One of three rebranded outlets set to open this month
CARLISLE, Pa. – GIANT Food Stores on Friday celebrated the grand opening of a store in Lebanon, Pa.
Located at 1750 Quentin Road, the outlet is one of three former Musser’s Markets stores in central Pennsylvania that GIANT agreed to acquire in August. All three have been converted to the GIANT banner and are set to officially reopen this month.
The Lebanon store operates from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week and employs approximately 100 full and part time associates.
“Our entire store team, including many familiar faces, is excited to introduce the Lebanon community to our newest GIANT location,” said Kim O’Hara, store manager. “It’s a great combination of new and old favorites, refreshed with GIANT’S convenient offerings to help make our customers’ grocery shopping experience a little bit easier.”
The new Lebanon store features GIANT’S signature fresh departments, coupled with expanded product variety and new offerings, including:
- Farm fresh produce. The store carries more than 350 fresh produce items including a organic selections, locally grown produce, in-store fresh cut vegetables and fruits, and a full salad bar.
- Fresh meat and seafood. The expanded product assortment includes USDA Prime and Nature’s Promise meats, fresh fish, and a variety of local offerings including Musser’s pork sausages.
- Full-service deli. Offerings include a fresh assortment of Boar’s Head deli meats and cheeses along with an expanded selection of prepared foods and grab and go meals and Musser’s signature chicken salad.
- Full-service bakery, including signature cakes, artisan breads, made-fresh donuts and other dessert favorites including Musser’s bakery cookies.
- Entertaining by GIANT. The retailer’s catering service can provide appetizers, entrees and desserts, which are all available with online ordering at giantfoodstores.com.
Customers at the grand opening were encouraged to enroll in GIANT Choice Rewards, the loyalty program introduced earlier this month.
GIANT celebrated the store opening by making $1,000 donations to each of the following local community groups: the Cornwall Lebanon School District, Lebanon County Christian Ministries and the North Cornwall Township Police Department.