Food Lion - Store
Food Lion is an American grocery store chain that is headquartered in North Carolina. Food Lion offers over 1000 supermarkets in 10 states in the United States covering both Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic states. Food lion stores employ over 63,000 people. Food Lion focuses on freshness, especially in the meat department, but also offers all other types of diverse foods and basic home goods found in most grocery store chains.
Food Lion - History
Food Lion was founded in 1957 as Food Town, a single grocery store. Soon after, the store expanded to further locations across North Carolina. Originally, independently operated, Food Town was purchased by a Belgium based company and renamed in 1983 so it could expand to regions where Food Town already existed. Food Lion continues to grow and be a local favorite grocery store for many.
Food Lion - Promotions
Food Lion is best known for its MVP Rewards card that offers online coupons and discounts that can be redeemed online or in store. Many locations offer pickup and delivery on most items whether you want fresh baked bakery items or fresh sliced deli items and more. When shopping with MVP Rewards, coupons and sale prices can be found online through the Food Lion app or through paper flyers. Each month, more personalized rewards can be redeemed as points add up and can be used on your next purchase for a dollar amount off your whole order. Food Lion makes it easy to save.
Food Lion - News
Food lion realizes that we are all only an instant from food insecurity. Whether a lost job, a serious illness, or a severe accident changes our lives, we still need a way to feed ourselves and our family. Food Lion’s new goal is to donate one billion more meals by 2025. Food Lion has been donating meals for years, but wants to increase efforts to end hunger in towns and cities nationwide.
Food Lion - More Information
Food Lion is committed to sustainability and the customer. Food Lion’s overall promise is to reduce food waste, conserve energy, and use locally sourced products as a form of responsibility. In less than ten years, Food Lion has reduced food waste by 44% and donated 339 million meals to food rescue programs.