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    Save Mart Leveraging the Net to Save Consumers Money

    The chain's redesigned Web sites feature shopping lists, recipes, and unadvertised specials

    Save Mart this week unveiled redesigned Web sites for its Save Mart and Lucky Supermarkets banners that feature enhanced functionality aimed at providing everything a consumer needs to plan an affordable shopping trip.

    The retailer is working with Grocery Shopping Network on the new sites.

    "When we launched our new Web sites we wanted to give our customers the best shopping experience available on the Web," said Save Mart v.p. of marketing, John Kelly. "It was great working with GSN, their expertise and products have put us ahead of our competition, but most of all, our customers just love using our Web sites."

    The Web sites allow consumers to create a shopping list using: the interactive weekly circular, and offer hundreds of dollars worth of coupons. It also features recipes that fit specific dietary preferences, and unadvertised specials on products throughout the stores.

    Save Mart operates 250 stores throughout Northern California and Northern Nevada under the banners of Save Mart, Lucky, S-Mart Foods, and FoodMaxx.

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