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Burns’ Family Fresh Grocer Supermarkets Raise $8,500 for American Red Cross
April 28, 2017

Burns’ Family Fresh Grocer Supermarkets Raise $8,500 for American Red Cross

Seven local Fresh Grocer supermarkets, owned and operated by the Burns family, raised $8,500 for the American Red Cross during their fifth annual fundraiser held in March in honor of National Red Cross Month.  The month-long fundraiser was supported by both corporate and customer donations.  


The Fresh Grocer of Monument Road Opens
March 02, 2017

The Fresh Grocer of Monument Road Opens

Brown’s Super Stores, operator of ShopRite supermarkets in the Philadelphia area for nearly three decades, today opened its second Fresh Grocer store concept at 4160 Monument Rd.,  Philadelphia, PA. The new store offers expanded quality organic and fresh foods.


The Fresh Grocer of Grays Ferry Grand Opening Set for Friday, Dec. 9
December 08, 2016

The Fresh Grocer of Grays Ferry Grand Opening Set for Friday, Dec. 9

The Fresh Grocer of Grays Ferry will celebrate its grand opening Dec. 9 with a ribbon cutting and check presentation to Philabundance. The Fresh Grocer of Upper Darby, pictured left, opened in September.


The Fresh Grocer of Upper Darby Opens
September 30, 2016

The Fresh Grocer of Upper Darby Opens

The Fresh Grocer of Upper Darby celebrates grand opening with donation to Philabundance, the largest hunger relief organization in the Delaware Valley. Patrick J. Burns of Burns' Family Neighborhood Markets, owner and operator of the new store, cuts the ribbon during the opening of the store at 421 S. 69th Street, Upper Darby, PA.


Philadelphia Police Department and City Council Recognize the Fresh Grocer for Community Service
July 01, 2016

Philadelphia Police Department and City Council Recognize the Fresh Grocer for Community Service

City officials thank the Fresh Grocer for "tireless efforts" and "dedicated service" to the community. Left to right: PA State Senator-Elect Sharif Street; Philadelphia City Councilwoman Cindy Bass; Tom Hepp, store director of The Fresh Grocer of La Salle; Demetrise Williams, frontend manager of The Fresh Grocer of La Salle; Rondal Couser, treasurer of the Philadelphia 14th Police Department Advisory Council, and Carly Spross, marketing director of Burns’ Family Neighborhood Markets


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