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Uptown Grocery Co Promotional weekly ads

Promotional weekly ads

Weekly ad Uptown Grocery Co 05/01/2022-12/31/2022
Uptown Grocery Co
May 1, 2022 - Dec 31, 2022
Weekly ad Uptown Grocery Co 03/14/2022-04/14/2022
Uptown Grocery Co
Mar 14, 2022 - Apr 14, 2022

Uptown Grocery Co - Store

Uptown Grocery Co is a small chain of two premium grocery stores located in the state of Oklahoma. The locally owned and operated stores sell a variety of upscale items including fresh produce, meat, dairy & cheese, pantry items and more. Specialty services include a floral department, sushi station, salad and soup bar, pizza counter and artisanal cheeses. In addition, Uptown Grocery Co offers catering services for small and large groups, as well as personalized cakes made to order.

Uptown Grocery Co - History

The Edmond, Oklahoma location of Uptown Grocery Co was the first to open in 2012. It was owned by the parent company Buy For Less and created as an alternative concept that caters to the specialty, upscale market. The second store was opened in The Village in 2016. Buy for Less, the parent company sold off the two Uptown Grocery Co markets in late 2020 to Pruett Foods.

Uptown Grocery Co - Promotions

Customers can sign up online to receive Uptown Grocery’s weekly ads in their email inboxes or check out the Facebook page where various deals and fresh items are features. While discounts vary, one example is a coupon code offering $20 off the first home delivery order of $50 or more through Shipt.

Uptown Grocery Co - News

Customers can sign up online to receive Uptown Grocery’s weekly ads in their email inboxes or check out the Facebook page where various deals and fresh items are features. While discounts vary, one example is a coupon code offering $20 off the first home delivery order of $50 or more through Shipt.

Uptown Grocery Co - More Information

The building that the Edmonton Uptown Grocery Co is housed in doesn’t look like a typical grocery store, but favors an upgraded, “industrial chic” environment that is tailored to the comfort of the shopper—including the temperature. The original store founder decided she was tired of being cold in grocery stores, so the building was designed to avoid that feeling of always being in the frozen section.

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