Niagara County Produce Breaks Ground for New Store
Clarence, NY – Niagara County Produce broke ground on April 3rd for a new store to replace the current store that has served the area since the company began in 1961. [caption id="attachment_1491" align="aligncenter" width="500"] From left to right: Kathleen Donner (representing Senator Michael Ranzenhofer), Mike Berger (Sutton Architecture), Stan Janicki (Five Star Bank), David Hartzell (Town of Clarence Supervisor), Richard Dorr (Founder/CEO Niagara County Produce), Jody Chesko (President, Niagara County Produce), Ed Thompson (Supervisor, Niagara County Produce)[/caption] "We were excited to break ground for our new store yesterday. Thanks to all those who made it happen!" said Jody Chesko, President. "Our commitment to low prices and the best quality remains our top priority. We are thrilled to offer greater selection, variety and new conveniences. We are confident that our loyal customers will love our new store!" The new store will be a great improvement, with greater selection including new “meals to go” to provide ready-made meals. There will also be a new exit onto Tonawanda Creek Road to allow for safer entry and exit from the parking lot, and as always, the store remains committed to providing the highest quality at the lowest price. The store is expected to be completed in late 2013 or early 2014. Meanwhile, there will be no interruption of business. The current store will remain open until the new one holds its grand opening. Niagara County Produce is a locally owned and operated grocery store that has been operating in Clarence, NY since 1961. A new store, Niagara Produce of Lockport, was opened in Lockport in 2008. Niagara County Produce is committed to offering fresh food, grown locally, with the highest quality but the lowest price.