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Smith’s Food & Drug has completed a remodel of its grocery store at 1725 West Uintah Way in Park City and will celebrate with a ribbon-cutting on Wednesday July 10.
The $10 million remodel is a complete redesign to the store’s look and feel with wooden floors and contemporary décor, wider aisles and 15,000 square feet of additional shopping space. The front of the store has been reconfigured with new check stands, a customer service center, Starbucks Coffee kiosk and expanded pharmacy with enlarged consultation area for customer privacy.
The redesign offers expanded full-service meat, seafood cases and deli cases; sushi, antipasto, cheese and olive islands; a European bakery department to include fresh artisan breads; expanded dairy and frozen foods aisles; and a widely expanded produce department offering a large new selection of organic fruits and vegetables.
Smith's has also implemented resource-saving technologies in heating, cooling, water, and lighting. Smith’s replaced fluorescent bulbs in hundreds of glass door freezers and coolers with more efficient LED lights. Additionally, old floor tiles were removed with the underlying concrete floor polished eliminating the need for harsh chemicals to clean the floor. Recycling bins at the front of the store encourage shoppers to reuse their own bags.