Arlington Stop & Shop celebrates renovation

Stop & Shop employees in Arlington, 2022Arlington Stop & Shop employees welcome new look.

Stop & Shop, a neighborhood grocer for more than a century, has announced the recent remodeling of its store at 905 Mass. Ave. in Arlington.

The updates focus on delivering fresh, healthy and convenient options that make grocery shopping easier for local customers, a company news release says.

The new features at the Arlington store include an updated produce department featuring a wide selection of fresh items, fresh sushi made in-store daily, a grab-and-go deli section and a remodeled bakery featuring a wide variety of breads, sweets and cakes.

“We’re excited to offer an even bigger selection of fresh produce, bakery items and ready-to-eat fresh sushi options, all with great values for our customers,” said John Langdon, store manager of the Arlington Stop & Shop, in the Sept. 16 news release.

 The remodeled Arlington store continues to offer same-day pickup with purchases available in as few as four hours.Stop & Shop logo

Customers can place an order on the Stop & Shop mobile app or visit, click on “Order Online” and select “Pickup” at the Arlington store.

Customers can then head to the store and have a Stop & Shop associate load their groceries into their car. Customers new to this option can receive the service free for 90 days by entering SSFREEPICKUP at checkout.

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This news announcement was published Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. Amanda Bullock of RF|Binder Partners provided information.

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