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Major renovation of Reston’s Safeway completed

Safeway in South Lakes Shopping Center completes renovations (via Google Maps)

Although it may not look like much has changed from the outside, inside, Safeway at South Lakes Shopping Center has a new look.

A ribbon cutting ceremony for the grocery store, which has been open through the renovation process, is planned on Friday (April 1) at 11120 South Lakes Drive. Hunter Mill District Supervisor Walter Alcorn is expected to attend.

“We are pleased to share the numerous renovations that we’ve made to enhance our Reston South Lakes store,” said Safeway Mid-Atlantic Division President Jim Perkins. “We have added new features and expanded our selections in multiple departments to make the shopping experience even more enjoyable for our Reston neighbors.”

According to the company, Safeway’s interior got a facelift, including community photos, signing, paint and flooring, new display cases, and new graphics.

Here’s more from the company on other upgrades:

Safeway’s service deli department has expanded its selection of ready-to-go prepared meals, as well as its overall offerings, including an increased variety of pre-sliced meats and cheese items, and an increased selection of specialty cheeses.

The meat department has added new cases featuring a variety of organic and natural chicken, as well as a wide array of beef selections from which to choose, including choice beef, grass-fed beef, natural beef, and organic beef.

The seafood department has added a new refrigerated grab & go seafood case with crab meat, smoked fish, and more.

An expanded selection of fresh cut fruits and vegetables has been added to the produce department, now showcasing over 150 organic items.

A new juice section features more than 100 different varieties of premium juices and beverages, including Kombucha, specialty juices and juice shots, with additional healthy alternatives and soy offerings.

The bakery department now offers an expanded array of fresh baked-in-store items, with a full line of new cake designs, as well as a wider variety of fresh bread, bagels, and rolls.

The beer and wine departments have added hundreds of new items in multiple categories, with a focus on craft beers and top-quality wines.

The grocer will continue to operate from 5 a.m. to midnight all week.

Friday’s ceremony starts at 10 a.m. Live music, free gifts and refreshments are planned.

Photo via Google Maps

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