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Bedminster Township welcomes Weis Markets’ 199th store

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Weis Markets celebrated the grand opening of its new store in Bedminster Township, Wednesday, Nov. 6.

Located at 431 Dublin Pike, the 61,323-square-foot supermarket is the company’s eighth location in the Delaware Valley and second in Bucks County. The company’s 199th store officially opened for business at 6 a.m. Nov. 7.

The store employs more than 150 full- and part-time associates and features a beer-wine café, a full-service pharmacy and a fuel center.

It also includes an expansive produce department with a wide selection of organic produce; a full-service seafood department with sustainably-caught seafood; and a full-service meat department with on-premise, custom-cut Certified Angus Beef.

In addition, it includes a deli offering a wide selection of meals to-go including a hot foods bar, salad bar, and sushi prepared in-store daily; and eight advanced self-scan checkout lanes.

“We appreciate the welcome we’ve received and look forward to serving and becoming active members of the Bedminster-Dublin-Perkasie community,” said Jonathan Weis, chairman and chief executive officer for Weis Markets.

The store will offer Weis 2 Go Online ordering with curbside pick-up and delivery. Customers can use their Weis Preferred Shopper cards to save on orders and earn rewards on gas and private brand products. They also can browse the weekly online circular and add sale items to their carts.

Bedminster customers will also benefit from Weis’ Low, Low Prices program, which launched in 2019 and lowered the prices on more than 7,000 products.

To mark the opening and thank the community for its warm welcome, Weis Markets donated to Philabundance in support of local food pantries and hunger programs.

It made additional charitable donations to the Pennridge Music Association, Army National Guard Headquarters and Headquarters Company of the 55th Brigade Support Battalion Family Readiness Group, Dublin Borough Police Department, Dublin Volunteer Fire Company, Pennridge Regional Police Department, and Deep Run Valley Sports Association.

The donations are part of a year-round giving program that includes campaigns to support local community hunger organizations, pet shelters and veterans’ organizations, among many other local nonprofits.

For information, visit Weis Markets online.


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