Store representatives from the Malvern-based Acme in Broomall’s Lawrence Park Shopping Center have heard what customers want and made changes according to their desires, writes Anne Neborak for the Daily Times.
The store recently celebrated its grand re-opening, and presented more than $2,750 to local organizations in the community it serves.
“We are giving the customers what they want,” said Danielle D’Elia, Acme’s manager of communications and government relations. “Millennials are adventurous with cooking and are now able to get the herbs here to do that. One-stop shopping makes it as easy as possible to hit everything in one stop.”
According to Neborak, the store offers more organic and gluten-free foods, more ethnic foods, and a variety of teas and herbs to use for cooking. They can all be bought in bulk. There’s a new full-service Butcher Block featuring fresh cut meats with an on-site butcher, expanded grocery aisles, and more frozen-food aisles.
“The seafood department is larger,” D’Elia told Neborak. “There is a bigger salad bar, there is a hot-foods bar for takeout, you can consult with a pharmacist privately and get inoculations, and the bathrooms are biggest hits.”
Click here to read more about the changes to the Broomall Acme in the Daily Times.