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Delhaize-owned discount banner Bottom Dollar Food, which currently has expansion efforts under way in the greater Philadelphia market, plans to open eight additional stores in New Jersey, more than doubling the number of Bottom Dollar Food stores in the Garden State, with the first two stores opening March 2.
“We have been pleased with customer reaction to our current five stores in New Jersey and we are very excited to continue serving customers at our additional locations in the market,” said Bottom Dollar Food president Meg Ham. “New Jersey customers will find Bottom Dollar Food unique because of our unbelievably low prices on quality private brands and the national brands that matter most, and our meaningful, efficient assortment of fresh produce and meat.”
Friday, March 2, will see the opening of the Trenton, N.J., and Cinnaminson, N.J., stores.
Bottom Dollar Food has a strong focus on price, and boasts a “We Won’t Be Beat” guarantee, where stores will beat any competitor’s price on the same item by a penny. In addition, if a customer is unsatisfied with a purchase, all meats and produce come with a double-back guarantee that ensures an item is replaced and customers are given a full refund. Bottom Dollar Food also offers a double-money back guarantee on all private brand products.
Bottom Dollar Food opened its first store in the greater Philadelphia market, which encompasses stores in New Jersey, Oct. 8, 2010. The discount grocer currently has five New Jersey locations, including Marlton, Turnersville, Cherry Hill, Clementon and Glassboro. Each store is approximately 18,000 square feet.
Salisbury, N.C.-based Bottom Dollar Food operates 43 stores in three states – Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio.