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Grocery Outlet’s Grand Opening is Dec. 7

Christopher South
A new sign in front of the Grocery Outlet in Rio Grande announces the presence of a discount supermarket, which will hold its grand opening on Thursday, Dec. 7.

By Christopher South

RIO GRANDE – The Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, the newest grocery store in Rio Grande, has set its official opening for Thursday, Dec. 7.

Located at 3174 Route 9 South in Rio Grande, the store will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

According to a press release issued by the company, Grocery Outlets are independently operated and feature savings on name brand items. The company said it offers the same brands as traditional grocery stores but at lower prices because it buys excess and seasonal closeout products from manufacturers around the country.

Grocery Outlet, founded in 1946, offers a full range of products, including fresh produce, meat, deli and dairy, along with a wide assortment of natural and organic choices. Grocery Outlet also carries a selection of health and beauty care, and seasonal items.

This newest Grocery Outlet, which has provided 35 new jobs in the community, is offering customers the opportunity to register to win $1,000 in groceries. Registration for the raffle began Nov. 27 and will run through Jan. 4. The first 100 customers attending the store opening will also receive Grocery Outlet Bliss Buck gift cards in mystery amounts ranging from $5 to $500.

Contact the author, Christopher South, at or 609-886-8600, ext. 128.


Christopher South is a reporter for the Cape May County Herald.

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