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Happy Halloween!

 

OCT_FE1_2We’ve reached the time of year where crisp, colorful leaves crunch beneath our feet when walking outside, scarecrows, gourds, bats, and spider webs decorate our homes, and families and friends spend hours carving carefully designed images and silly faces into pumpkins and picking out the perfect Halloween costume. Many families have taken day trips to a local Pumpkin Patch, some have visited a Haunted House, and most

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Team Festival Represents!

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Team Festival is ready for the competition to start. Look at all the yellow shirts!

I bag my own groceries when I go to the store because I enjoy it. I used to play Tetris for hours as a kid and bagging groceries sort of feels like a live, grown up version of Tetris to me. When I had the opportunity to attend the WGA

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A Gift for Every Occasion

giftcardsSchool has started. Football season is here. Many guests have already purchased pumpkins and gourds, and we get almost daily requests for fresh apple cider (For those of you anxiously waiting—it should be available early October!). Fall is certainly in the air! With the transition from summer to fall comes cooler weather, gorgeous fall colors outside, and, more often than not, a jam-packed back-to-school-schedule that leaves many

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Who is the Best Bagger of Them All?!

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Congratulations to the finalists from our recent Market Bag-Off Competition!

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Locked out!

locked_out1It’s happened to many of us at least once…

You shop, go through the checkout to pay for the $100+ worth of items in your cart and then walk out the store and across the parking lot to your car. Your plan is to unload the bags into your car as quickly as possible so you can get to your next destination, wherever that may be. Somewhere

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Kids Come First at Festival Foods!

School’s out for the summer! Most family schedules fill up quickly during the summer with vacations, summer camps, summer sports leagues, and various local events. No matter how busy you and your family are this summer, we know you will still need to buy groceries! While you spend an hour or two of your week at Festival Foods, don’t forget to take advantage of a few of our services that we believe make Festival Foods

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Proud to be an American!

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Memorial Day weekend was a busy one at all Festival Foods stores! In preparation for the holiday we wrote schedules hoping to be spot-on with our staffing to best serve our guests. We placed larger than normal orders to fill our shelves, displays, and service cases in anticipation of the increased traffic at all stores. Those of us working at the

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Rain, Rain, Go Away!

cloudssunHave you ever left your house on a sunny 75 degree day only to watch dark storm clouds rolling in during the middle of your errands? Have you ever tried to plan ahead, hoping to get your grocery shopping done before a huge storm only to hear the crackle of lightening, rumble of thunder, and pouring rain half way

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Smart and Simple Ways to Save While you Shop!

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Take a look at the seven pictures at the top of the page. Wheaties and Hamburger Helper coupons. A key card. An Amazon gift card. A grocery cart with a star. A creatively picture graduation cap. What do these seven pictures have in common? If you answered “Upromise!” or “SavingStar!” you are correct!

The coupons pictured allow customers to save money

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Let Us Help You- All about Parcel Pick-up

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During the past 3 months of this exceptionally cold winter we have had numerous guests bundling up in layers of fleece, winter coats, hats, scarves, mittens, and gloves before going outside with their cart simply because standing outside in the cold to load their groceries into their car leaves them freezing! When we hear the cold weather complaints from our guests our first instinct is to

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