Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Edwards Food Giant named best grocery in Arkansas in national survey

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Edwards Food Giant is the best grocery store in Arkansas, according to a new survey by MSN. “This store is always remarkably clean with friendly staff. Their meat quality and prices cannot be beat!” reads a customer review cited by MSN. 

Check out Edwards weekly specialscoupons and recipes.

The grocery store has seven Arkansas locations, including three in Little Rock (at 7507 Cantrell Road, 10320 Stagecoach Road and 7525 Baseline Road). There are also three Edwards Cash Saver Cost Plus Food Outlets, all in Central Arkansas (1701 Main Street, Little Rock; 3801 Camp Robinson, North Little Rock; 315 S. James, Jacksonville). 

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