The Fresh Grocer’s Commitment to the Community

At The Fresh Grocer, we take an active part in neighborhood and community initiatives and are committed to improving the health and wellness of our customers, associates, and communities.

The Fresh Grocer welcomes the opportunity to support your cause.  If you represent a non-profit organization and are seeking a
donation, pleases click the D
onation request form link below:

Donation Request Form 2015

Donation Request Guidelines 2015

Spotlight on Health and Wellness Initiatives:

Fresh Finds Field Trip Program

  • The Fresh Grocer welcomes elementary school students grades one through three to participate in our health-focused supermarket field trip, Fresh Finds. 
  • The Fresh Finds field trip is a fun and interactive supermarket adventure designed in-house to help teach students about the six food groups outside of the classroom with fun-filled games like scavenger hunts and Quizzo. Students will also be introduced to healthy snacks like seasonal produce and fresh fruit smoothies, compliments of The Fresh Grocer. 
  • Fresh Finds field trips are facilitated by a Fresh Grocer representative and are offered chain wide for free to area schools and educational organizations. 
  • For more information or to book your field trip, please contact The Fresh Grocer’s marketing department at 610-622-1520 or by emailing


Kids Corner!  Smart Snacks for Healthy Kids

  • Kid-Friendly
  • Dedicated to promoting healthy eating
  • Merchandized with bright colors and “fun” signage
  • Menu selections include a variety of nutritious snacks and meal options at affordable prices

 Value Produce Aisles

  • Added convenience for customers not used to shopping for produce
  • Popular produce items are hand selected by a produce manager, bagged, weighed and tagged with a sale price
  • Generates sales and positive customer feedback

 Fresh Lite Bites

  • The success of the Kids Corner, and kids’ lunchboxes in particular inspired us to develop additional grab n go items in our prepared foods department.
  • Fresh n Lite Bite line has five items all under 500 calories
  • Each contains individual nutritional values – low fat, high in fiber, good source of protein, etc. 
  • Sales have been successful at ALL store locations.

 Healthy Supermarket Tours

  • Hosted by clinical dieticians and nutritionists from various local organizations
  • No cost for participants
  • Participants receive nutritional information, meet with Fresh Grocer staff, are treated to live product demonstrations, and offered samples of healthy items like fresh fruit smoothies and 100 calorie trail mix

 Healthy Eating and Nutrition Studies

  • At The Fresh Grocer, we’re always looking for innovative ways to better the overall shopping experience for our customers and to improving our communities. 
  • We are currently working with a number of researchers and non-profits on a variety of studies aimed to promote health and reduce obesity in our communities.  These programs involve analyzing Fresh Grocer shopper and loyalty card data and providing incentives to customers to change shopping behavior for the better.

 Healthy Alternatives

  • Nutritional & Educational Signage and Literature
  • Healthy Elements Tag Program


Throughout The Fresh Grocer’s center store, Healthy Elements tags let customers know what foods meet FDA criteria for low fat, low calorie, gluten free, low sodium, low cholesterol, good source of calcium, good source of fiber, whole grain and organic to help them find foods that will be best for their health, diet and lifestyle.   

  • Healthy & Affordable Alternatives 
  • Whole Wheat Pizza
  • Turkey Meat Loaf Meal Deals
  • Baked Tilapia with Fresh Tomatoes
  • 100% Natural Store-Cooked Turkey Breast