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Giant in Palmer Township Remodeled

Giant Food Stores announces makeover for Palmer Township and Bethlehem locations.

The Giant Food Store in Palmer Township looks a litte fresher.

Giant Food Stores has completed major remodels of its stores at 801 S. 25th Street in Palmer and 2100 W. Union Boulevard in Bethlehem.

The stores underwent three-month remodels to provide customers with an expanded product selection and features for a more convenient shopping experience.

“By remodeling our [Palmer Township/Easton] and Bethlehem stores we are able to provide our customers with new state-of-the-art shopping amenities and an enhanced variety of product selection to meet their needs,” said Rob Augustine, district director.

Giant also has a store in Forks Township but that location has not been remodeled.

Palmer Township and Bethlehem customers will find key departments such as produce, deli, meat and bakery have been freshened with new décor and fixtures.

Other departments such as dairy and frozen foods have been expanded. Palmer Township customers will also find additional seating in the Wifi Café.

The award-winning Shopping Solutions kiosks have been added to both stores, allowing customers to use the interactive touch-screen to check personalized BonusCard savings offers, print off coupons, locate an item in the store, and place a deli or Great Entertaining party tray order.

Customers also have more than 2,500 tasty recipes at their fingertips that can be printed directly from the Shopping Solutions kiosks. 

With an eye on energy conservation, LED lighting was newly installed in many areas of the stores, including overhead track lights, spotlights on specialty areas and displays, exterior store signs and in the frozen food cases. LED lights are longer lasting and are expected to reduce wattage by half. 

The Palmer Township Giant was built in 2005, and the Bethlehem location has been in existence since 2003. Both stores are open 24 hours daily.

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