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La Reina Supermarkets Expanding to Greenacres
Unveils new 28,500-square-foot store in Lake Worth Road featuring "Cafe La Reina" restaurant, flower shop, a tortilla station, a custom cut meat section and exclusive offers.
To celebrate the May 8 opening, La Reina is offering shoppers specials deals such as 8 green plantains for 97 cents, pork shoulder meat for 77 cents a pound, whole round tip roast meat for 97 cents a pound and BOGO deals on several items including a dozen large eggs, a gallon milk, Kraft Mayonnaise and Lala yogurts.
The new La Reina Supermarket will feature all the staple Latin products that its customers expect, as well as traditional and mainstream items as the other supermarkets both at very low competitive prices.
"We are thrilled to open this beautiful store in Greenacres,"
The first La Reina Supermarket opened in Lake Worth in 2000 with a 4,000- square-foot grocery store and butcher shop and moved in 2005 to a 30,000- square foot store at its present location at the SW Corner of Congress and 10th Avenue North. La Reina has been catering to the booming Hispanic community in Palm Beach County for over ten years. Founded by the Arango family, La Reina wants to open their doors to everyone with many different ethnic products, competitive prices on all items, and its superior and personalized customer service that it's so well known for.
About La Reina Supermarkets
Now in its 10th year of operation, La Reina Supermarket is a Florida-base family owned grocery store and has over 200 employees. La Reina Supermarket #1 is located at 3403 A. South Congress Avenue, Lake Worth Road.
The brand new La Reina Supermarket #2 is located at 5851 Lake Worth Road, Greenacres, FL 33463. For further information on either location, please call (561) 963-1110.
La Reina Stores are members of IGA (Independence Grocers Alliance)
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