MARTIN’S Food Markets opened it’s brand new Midlothian location on Friday, November 7, 2014. The new 74,000 square foot store is located at 200 Charter Colony Parkway in Midlothian and has replaced the MARTIN’S store located at 1220 Sycamore Square.
The brand new store offers an in-store nutritionist, convenient technology, fuel station and Starbucks to enhance the overall shopping experience.
Midlothian customers will be able to use MARTIN’S state-of-the-art technology, including SCAN IT! & SCAN IT! mobile. Using either your smartphone or a SCAN IT! handheld device, customers can scan and bag groceries while shopping. When you get to the self checkout line you simply scan the “end of order” bar code which will be at the register. Then, scan your BONUSCARD and follow the on screen instructions to complete your transaction. Pay and go!
With SCAN IT! & SCAN IT! mobile, customers will also be able to receive exclusive, personalized offers. You can also keep track of your total as you go, making it easier to stay on budget.
Free WiFi is available throughout the store to utilize MARTIN’S smartphone app when shopping.
A healthier lifestyle.
Caroline Roessler, MS, RDN has joined the store team as the Midlothian in-store nutritionist. She will be available to assist customers with questions on healthy eating, provide one-on-one nutrition consultations and teach health-related classes for both adults and kids. “Nutrition education should be fun and food should taste great, which is why I’m here to help empower customers to make positive lifestyle changes that work for them,” said Roessler. Private consultations with in-store nutritionist Roessler can be scheduled at the store or by calling 804-378-6057. The fee for a nutrition consultation is $20, but after completion, the customer receives a $20 MARTIN’S gift card.
Later this year, in partnership with Bon Secours, Richmond’s first in-store health clinic will open at the Midlothian store. The Bon Secours clinic will provide retail health care without an appointment seven days a week with evening hours. Bon Secours medical providers can treat a wide range of minor ailments including colds and flu, ear infections, minor burns and rashes, sinus infections and sore throats.
Commitment to community.
MARTIN’S celebrated the opening by presenting $8,000 in donations to the following local organizations in a special presentation on November 6 :
Chesterfield County Police Foundation
Chesterfield County Public Schools
Children’s Hospital of Richmond Foundation
FeedMore – Central Virginia Food Bank
Midlothian Volunteer Fire Department
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Richmond Animal League
Salvation Army Richmond Area Command
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MARTIN’S Food Markets is a sponsor of Richmondmom