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ROCKLAND, Mass. -- Tedeschi Food Shops recently remodeled six locations in Massachusetts, bringing the number of stores remodeled since 2010 to 24. Renovations in Dorchester, Stoughton, Millis, Franklin, Saugus, and Fall River are part of a company-wide initiative to ensure that all store locations are remodeled and able to offer an increased assortment of fresh, healthy food options.
The newly upgraded stores now feature an extensive selection of fresh salads, unique sandwiches, hearty subs and healthy wraps that are prepared by Tedeschi Fresh Foods, the company's recently acquired proprietary commissary. Freshly brewed hot and iced Green Mountain coffee is also offered. These upgraded stores are brighter and easier to shop thanks to an open floor plan, wider and shorter aisles, and vibrant new artwork and aesthetics, according to the company.
Customer Appreciation sales were held to commemorate these stores' renovations. Sampling events where customers were treated to Tedeschi Fresh Food sandwiches, Frito Lay chips, Edy's ice cream, and a vast assortment of beverages were held at each store during this sales period to thank customers for their loyalty.
Established in 1923 in Rockland, Mass., Tedeschi Food Shops Inc. is one of New England's largest family-owned and operated convenience store chains, with more than $600 million in annual revenue. The company operates 190 convenience store locations throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
Tedeschi's top executives discuss the retailer's renovation process and expansion of its freshly prepared, health-inspired foods offering in an exclusive cover story feature appearing in the July 4th issue of Convenience Store News.