In light of our newly remodeled Montrose Acme Fresh Market, we understand that there can be some confusion with the new floor plan for our valuable customers whom are accustomed to the store’s former layout. Therefore, we would like to invite our loyal Montrose Acme Fresh Market customers to view the following map and directory. We hope that this map and directory will alleviate any confusion with the new floor plan so that your shopping experience can be the best it can possibly be! Thank you for shopping your local Acme Fresh Market!
NORTON — According to company officials, Acme Fresh Market is the first company in Ohio to purchase one of Caroline’s Carts.
The cart is designed specifically for parents of special needs children. Caroline’s Cart faces the child toward his or her parent at all times. The seat (weight limit of 250 pounds) also has a small recline to help with children who have low muscle tone. The handles swing open, and the floor brake engages to allow a convenient load and unload situation. It also has a five-point safety harness that is adjustable.
Green, Ohio — A long-awaited project is finally about to move forward after a several month delay. Green City Council recently approved the final plan for Heritage Crossing, which will be constructed along Massillon Road.
“We are trying to get into a position to begin site grading and infrastructure work so that the Acme Fresh Market building can be under roof before winter weather,” said Jim Nilsen president of Albrecht Incorporated.
GREEN, Ohio — Family-owned Acme Fresh Market will break ground for its 16th grocery store on Aug. 21 at a $25 million retail development in the City of Green, in southern Summit County.
The 77,600-square-foot supermarket, scheduled to open in July 2014, will anchor what will be called Heritage Crossings of Green, on about 16 acres of former farmland at the northeast corner of Massillon and Graybill Roads. It will be Acme’s first store in Green and the city’s second supermarket after nearby Giant Eagle.
Jon Albrecht noticed a disturbing trend when Acme Fresh Markets starting offering draft beer at its grocery stores. Some customers would bring back their 64-ounce growlers for a refill, but they hadn’t finished all the beer from the previous batch. The reusable glass jugs proved too big for a few folks and some beer had to be dumped. “We don’t want anybody to waste beer. That’s a sin,” said Albrecht, the beer buyer for the Akron-based chain.
Wishing Well Program — Acme Fresh Market collected just under $16,000 in its 2012 program that was donated to the Humane Society of Greater Akron, Stark County Humane Society, Portage County Animal Protective League and the Parma Animal Shelter. The amount, collected when customers drop spare change into a wishing well, is a 37 percent increase over 2011.
Akron artist Don Drumm has designed a series of reusable grocery bags exclusive to Acme Fresh Market. A huge hit with customers, the first in the series sold out in about three hours. More are on the way along with a brightly colored holiday bag. Acme marked the release of the first bag with a $1,500 donation to the Akron Area Arts Alliance.