Food and pharmacy retailer recently celebrated the grand re-opening of its newly renovated store at 2031 N. Main St. in Wheaton with a ribbon cutting anc community donation of $1,000 to to support its hunger relief efforts.
First Assembly of God Pastor Randy Cartwright thanked Jewel in a statement for its "very generous" donation to the church's Bread of Life Food Pantry.
The renovated JEWEL-OSCO, at 2031 N. Main St., features a brand new sushi bar, with chefs preparing fresh sushi daily. The store also includes a new cheese shop, as well as a variety of meal solutions and improved department areas, including:
- Chef’s kitchen for deli selections
- Farmstand produce
- Butcher block premium meat department
- Pier 14 for fresh seafood
- JEWEL-OSCO’s wild harvest® private label natural and organic products
- Dairy and frozen product sections with expanded natural and organic assortment
- Bake shop
- Floral department
- Liquor department
- Full-service pharmacy
Customers will also find organic produce and an expanded gluten-free selection. In addition, shoppers can take care of their finances at the TCF Bank branch at the front of the store.
“We invite the community to come in and see all of the changes we’ve made,” said JEWEL-OSCO Store Director Jim Primm. “I know customers will enjoy the convenience and full array of services that are available.”
The Main Street JEWEL-OSCO is open seven days a week, from 6 a.m. to midnight. For more information about the store or its services, customers can call the store’s Customer Service at 630-682-0220.
Information courtesy of a press release from Jewel-Osco.