Win a 3 Foot Waggoner Chocolate Bunny! Sat. April 19th – 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Want to win an amazing Easter gift? Enter at 4 Acme Fresh Market Locations to Win a 3 Foot Waggoner Chocolate Bunny on Saturday April 19 from 11am to 1pm! Visit the Hudson Acme Fresh Market, the Montrose Acme Fresh Market, Acme #1 on West Market and Bryden in Akron, or the North Canton Acme Fresh Market to enter.

The drawing is at 1:00pm. You must be present to win. See you in the stores!

Easter Dinner Savings Specials at Acme Fresh Market!

These prices good now through Saturday, April 19th

Acme Fresh Market Partners with Local Gluten Free Pizza Entrepreneur

gluten-free-pizzaBy Katie Byard
Beacon Journal staff writer

A local man says he’s upped the ante for gluten-free eaters searching for pizza in their grocer’s frozen-food section.

Steve Neid, longtime maker of frozen fat-free pizzas, touts his new gluten-free version as “super organic,” hitting big healthful-diet bases. Beginning this week, the pizza is available at all 15 Acme Fresh Markets.

Easter Savings on Acme Fresh Market Hams and Prime Rib Roast!

Win the Lottery at Acme Fresh Market!

By Independent staff report
www.cantonrep.com

A Massillon-area resident won an instant ticket worth $100,000, according to an Ohio Lottery news release.

Erin Jacobs purchased the winning ticket from Acme Fresh Market, 1474 N. Main St. in North Canton. Acme receives a $1,000 bonus for selling the top prize winning Bingo Times 10 instant ticket.

Save $16.00 thru April 19th!

The Nibbler – April 2014

Here is the latest issue of Acme Fresh Market’s The Nibbler. Click on the images to enlarge and see the deals!

Food Notes: Acme Customer Has Shopping Cart Idea

By Katie Byard
Beacon Journal staff writer
Published: March 11, 2014 – 06:16 PM

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A grocery customer who uses a walking cane was the father of invention for a cane holder now available at all 15 Acme Fresh Markets.

The customer, who does not want to be identified, uses a motorized cart while shopping, placing his cane in the cart’s basket.

“He was concerned that germs [on the bottom of the canes] came into contact with food items,” said Doug Flinn, the store director of Acme at 2630 Bailey Road in Cuyahoga Falls.

Also, the customer noted that cane users sometimes forget their canes, leaving them in the baskets. Flinn said he was well aware of that problem. “We’d have five to 10 canes here,” at any given time, said Flinn, a 40-year employee of the Acme chain.

Last year, the customer showed up at the Bailey Road store with a simple device to store canes inside the cart, while also making them more visible: a cane holder, made with a length of PVC pipe.

Flinn, intrigued, allowed the customer to attach holders to four of the motorized carts, using sturdy plastic ties. Sometime later, Acme President Steve Albrecht was visiting the store, and Flinn pointed out the cane holders.

Albrecht ran with the idea. He brokered a licensing deal with the customer to allow Acme workers to make holders for the dozens of motorized carts in the chain.

“They’re so popular,” said Katie Swartz, Acme’s director of marketing. The holder “truly did respond to a need.”

Invention Helps the Handicapped and Seniors Shop Acme Fresh Markets!

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Acme Fresh Market customer Marilyn Welch with Store Director Doug Flinn at Acme Fresh Market #12 on Bailey Rd. in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

The problem: Many seniors do not have a place to conveniently place their walking canes when they use a motorized shopping cart. Also, many folks using canes often forget their canes when they use a motorized shopping cart.

The solution: A cane holder attached to the basket of a motorized cart. A simple, practical idea, but it took Mr. Doug Flinn (330-923-1417), Store Director at the Acme Fresh Market at 2630 Bailey Road in Cuyahoga Falls, to understand the problem and present the solution of a cane holder that could be attached to the baskets of the motorized carts in his Acme Fresh Market.

Larger remodeled Acme in Montrose is ready!

BATH TWP.: House-smoked meats, grind-your-own peanut butter and local honey on tap are just a few of the food delights awaiting customers at the newly renovated Acme Fresh Market in the Montrose area.

The store, at 3979 Medina Road, has undergone a $3 million expansion and renovation, which culminated in a grand opening celebration Monday evening.