Regular Fresh St. Market shopper Josie Petrusic won a $500 gift card during store celebrations last Friday.

One-millionth shopper welcomed

Fresh St. Market in Surrey marks a milestone.

Fresh St. Market just celebrated the arrival of its one-millionth customer with a special “thank you” day at the store on Friday, July 31.

In addition to specials throughout the day and a barbecue, Fresh St. Market was giving away prizes. The winner of the $500 gift card grand prize was Surrey resident Josie Petrusic.

Fresh St. Market opened two years at 15930 Fraser Hwy. and introduced a grocery shopping concept new to the area at the time. It featured aisles of locally sourced foods, made-to-order food stations, fresh and local produce, and Ocean Wise seafood. It was a way to allow shoppers to connect with where their food comes from.

In addition, residents got to enjoy fresh roasted coffee on-site with the first Surrey location for Fresh Cup.

For more information, visit www.freshstmarket.com

 

 

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