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Grocery retailer Roundy’s to open new outlet in Chicago

RBR Staff Writer Published 22 April 2014

Grocery retailer Roundy’s is all set to open its new ‘Mariano’s Edgewater’ outlet in Chicago’s Edgewater Neighborhood on 22 April.


The new outlet will be located at 5201 N. Sheridan Road and will stock wide array of produce, fresh meat and seafood. It is expected to create 400 new jobs to locals.

Roundy's Mariano's Edgewater' also includes: Vero, a Italian coffee and gelato shop; Squeez'd, a smoothie bar; and luxury wines from all regions.

Roundy's chairman and CEO Bob Mariano said Mariano's Edgewater will be a true experience for shoppers.

"We'll have the highest-quality produce with over 200 organic options, along with a made-to-order smoothie bar and gelato shop - just to name a few. Grocery shopping will no longer be a chore," Mariano added.

Edgewater will be the fifth Mariano's store to be opened of the 11 former Dominick's locations acquired by Roundy's in December 2013, and the eighth in the City of Chicago.

Founded in Milwaukee in 1872, Roundy's operates 168 retail grocery stores and 114 pharmacies under the Pick 'n Save, Rainbow, Copps, Metro Market and Mariano's retail banners in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois.

Image: Grocery retailer Roundy's to open new outlet in Chicago. Photo: Courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net/Ambro.