Food Lion is unveiling a new, easier shopping experience for customers in the greater Norfolk, Virginia, market, as part of its store remodeling investment program.
The company made a $168 million capital investment in its 105 area stores this year, which includes remodeling the stores, hiring 4,000 additional associates and giving back to local communities, including the donation of two mobile food trucks to area food banks.
“Food Lion has nourished the greater Norfolk community for nearly 40 years, and we’re excited to bring these improvements to our 105 local stores,” said Meg Ham, president of Food Lion. “We’ve created a new grocery shopping experience through the significant investments in our stores, customers, associates and communities. From our expanded variety and product assortment, newly reorganized stores, new signage to a more efficient check-out experience, every change we’ve made will make it easier for our customers to find fresh, quality products at affordable prices every day. We invite our customers to come and experience the fresh, new changes at your neighborhood Food Lion.”
With the completion of this market, Food Lion has remodeled 649 of its 1,030 stores in the last four years. Food Lion, a company of Delhaize America, said it will continue to make enhancements across the chain.