Newest Food Lion opens its doors in Aiken County
WARRENVILLE, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) - On Wednesday, the CSRA’s newest Food Lion will open its doors at 2587 Jefferson Davis Highway.
The store at will be open daily from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m.
“I’m extremely excited to open this new store in my local community,” said Brian Kelly, the store manager of the new Warrenville Food Lion, which was formerly a Bi-Lo. “I’m proud to welcome my neighbors and family to shop with us and experience our expansive assortment and variety throughout our store. I look forward to seeing new faces, welcoming old friends and serving my community at our new location.”
Customers can choose from a product assortment that includes in-store fresh-cut fruit and vegetables, “grab-and-go” meal options and local offerings, such as fresh produce grown at Titan Farms in nearby Ridge Spring, Cromer’s Popcorn from Columbia and craft beers from many of the area’s local craft breweries.
Earlier this week, Kelly and other local Food Lion associates delivered lunch bags, catering items, snacks and surprises to staff at three Langley Fire Departments and the Midland Valley Fire Department; Clearwater, Jefferson and Gloverville Elementary schools, Mid Valley High School and Aiken Technical College.
The company’s hunger relief platform, Food Lion Feeds, is donating $2,500 to the food pantry at Full Gospel Redemption Center. The food pantry will also pickup food from the store to distribute to neighbors in need through Food Lion Feeds’ industry-leading food rescue program.
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