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Raley’s Windsor Reopens with New Look

Raley’s has reopened its location in Windsor, at the corner of Lakewood Drive and Brooks Road S. The 32,000-square-foot newly redesigned and remodeled store offers fresh, high-quality and healthy products in a format tailored to complement the local community.

The Windsor store has been enhanced to offer fresh grocery items, an extensive selection of grab-and-go prepared foods, and an updated full-service deli, sushi and bakery department. This remodel extends Raley’s vision to infuse life with health and happiness and offers an extensive variety of natural and organic products. Customers can expect high-quality products at affordable prices.

“We are excited to share our improved shopping experience with our customers,” said Sam Saad, Raley’s store team leader. “From freshly prepared food, to the inviting seating area, we hope this new modern store is a destination for the Windsor Community.”

Raley’s closed their Windsor location on June 2 to complete a comprehensive remodel. The 36-year-old store received infrastructure upgrades to the building, along with a new modern interior. The remodel investment provides an easier and better shopping experience for customers.

Raley’s e-commerce service is available, allowing customers to shop online and pick-up in-store. As an extension of Raley’s commitment to world class customer service, eCartcustomers can specify their produce/shopping preferences, which are hand-selected by a Raley’s e-commerce personal shopper.

During the remodel, Raley’s team members shifted to other locations. A total of 57 team members returned to the store with several promotions given in the food service department. Raley’s hired an additional 21 team members to support the remodeled store.


The grand opening celebration was held today in partnership with the Windsor Town Council, Windsor Chamber of Commerce and community members. For details on all upcoming events and activities follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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