OAK CLIFF, Texas — National brands from Mexico and El Salvador are part of the limited-assortment of Save-A-Lot's newest store here.
The deep discounter whose exclusive brands comprise up to 65% of its selection, sought the products to appeal to the Hispanic ethnicities represented in the community.
“It is the first Save-A-Lot store that serves a predominantly Latino population,” said Andrea Wagner, vice president of fresh for Save-A-Lot of the Dallas-area location.
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