Save Mart announced late last week that it now has two-hour grocery delivery available through Amazon at two California locations in Lathrop and Ceres. More locations in California’s Central Valley will be added soon, the grocer said.
With new access to Save Mart’s produce and products, Amazon Prime Members will be able to have their grocery needs fulfilled, said the company. Customers will be able to purchase vegetables and meats, seafood, poultry, pork selections and other grocery items.
“The Amazon partnership represents The Save Mart Companies’ ongoing digital transformation to serve our shoppers and fulfill their needs with innovative and affordable solutions,” said Tamara Pattison, SVP and chief digital officer for The Save Mart Companies, in a statement. “We are proud of Save Mart’s reputation of exceptional quality fresh and local produce and meat and seafood, all at low prices the shopper needs more than ever. We are committed to enhancing the personalization of our customers’ shopping experience across all of our stores including Lucky and FoodMaxx.”
Amazon and Save Mart will offer a discount of 15% off $50+ orders for first-time customers for a limited time to celebrate the new grocery delivery offering at Save Mart stores. Customers can order their Save Mart grocery delivery through the Amazon app, or at www.amazon.com/savemart starting at $4.99 for Amazon Prime members.
The Save Mart Companies operates approximately 200 stores throughout California and Northern Nevada under the banners of Save Mart, Lucky California and FoodMaxx.
Save Mart Companies opened its first small-format, full-service grocery store under the company’s Lucky banner on Friday. The 9,549-square-foot store, Lucky Bayview, is located in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood. There are currently 67 Lucky stores in the greater Bay Area and in surrounding communities.
Save Mart also offers grocery delivery via Instacart.