Jewel-Osco made a $1,000 donation to Northcenter's Common Pantry, during the grand reopening of the company’s remodeled store at 3400 N. Western Ave. Pictured from left are OSCO Assistant Store Director David Dominguez, JEWEL-OSCO North Area Vice President Mark Driscoll, JEWEL Assistant Store Director Hank Kmieciak, 47th Ward Alderman Ameya Pawar, Common Pantry Director Scott Best, Store Director Donald Santelli and JEWEL-OSCO District Manager Glen Nielsen. Photo from Jewel-Osco.
Jewel-Osco is not ready to concede customers at their Roscoe and Western Ave. store. As preparations for a new Mariano’s Fresh Market continue just next door, Jewel is announcing completion of a store remodeling project at their 3400 N. Western Ave. store. Jewel-Osco is also emphasizing their ties to the community with a $1,000 gift to Common Pantry, a favored charity of Ald. Ameya Pawar.
According to a press release from Jewel-Osco, the renovated store has a new emphasis on meals-ready-to-go and a number of remodeled departments, including:
- An expanded organic produce selection
- Expanded deli, butcher and seafood offerings, including fresh sushi
- Dairy section with expanded Hispanic and organic selection
- Expanded natural and organic products section, including gluten-free
- Wider craft beer selection
- Pharmacy with drive thru and delivery service
“We invite the community to come in and see everything we’ve done,” said Store Director Donald Santelli in a press release. “I know customers will enjoy the convenience and full array of products and services that are available.”