Danville residents may have noticed a new shopping experience at their local Lucky Supermarket, with the grocery store recently renovated and rebranded as the Bay Area’s newest Lucky California supermarket.
The most recent of the Lucky California concepts launched in the Bay Area by Save Mart Companies, the parent company of Lucky Supermarkets, the new store on San Ramon Valley Boulevard offers shoppers locally sourced Californian foods, expanded pick up and go food services, and an environment that company officials say is inspired by the diverse culture of the region.
“I’m excited to offer Danville a fresh way to shop” store manager Mark Poston said in a statement. “With Lucky California’s expanded food services, unique offerings and great customer service, I am positive our stores and friendly team members will continue to provide a remarkable shopping experience for our customers and the community.”
Located just south of downtown Danville at 660 San Ramon Valley Blvd., the newly renovated store offers expanded grab and go food services like fresh salad and hot soup bars, unique food offerings from local vendors, and an expanded assortment of organic and “better-for-you” items.
To celebrate the grand reopening of Danville’s Lucky California, company officials “adopted” John Baldwin Elementary School, through Lucky California’s Adopt-A-School Program, which supports schools by providing resources like treats for teachers or donated books.
Lucky California also teamed up with Kids Country -- a Danville-based organization that provides out-of-school care to kids -- and gave two $500 community donations to “enhance school programs and community services.”
Lucky has 70 store locations throughout the Bay Area, other Lucky California concepts are located in Dublin, Daly City and Carmel-by-the-Sea.