Save-On-Foods opened its newest location on Pandora Street in Victoria. (Randi Fillatre/Black Press Media)

Save-On-Foods opens its newest location in Victoria

Pandora Street location will feature grand opening promotions, fun all weekend long

Save-On-Foods’ newest location opened Friday on Pandora Street in Victoria.

A sneak preview event Thursday evening offered a glimpse into the Pandora location, which will feature a number of made-in-store meal solutions from the Save-On-Foods Kitchen, such as a mix-and-match wing bar, fresh sushi and more. In addition to an in-store pharmacy and a large variety of local products on the shelves, this location will also offer online shopping pickup.

Save-On-Foods, Western Canada’s largest grocery retailer, officially opened its Pandora Street location at 7 a.m on Friday with special grand opening celebrations continuing into the weekend including promotions, food sampling, prizes and plenty of family fun.

The store is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m.

ALSO READ: Save-On-Foods donates $2 million to B.C. Children’s Hospital


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Save-On-Foods president Darrell Jones and store manager Roger Junker opened the chain’s newest location on Pandora Street in Victoria. (Randi Fillatre/Black Press Media)

Save-On-Foods opened its newest location on Pandora Street in Victoria. (Randi Fillatre/Black Press Media)

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