In a region rife with new competitors from Walmart Neighborhood Market to Sprouts Farmers Market, Save Mart, one of Northern California’s largest traditional operators, is transforming itself to put the customer at the center of its decision-making processes. The company, based in Modesto, has realigned itself around its three banners — Save Mart, Lucky and Food Maxx — with each staffed to better respond to the needs of the customers it serves. CONNECT WITH SN ON ...

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