McMynn’s Foods celebrates 100 years

There will be a big party in Midway this weekend as McMynn’s Foods has joined with the Midway Public Library’s annual spring sale.

McMynn's Foods in Midway is celebrating 100 years.

There will be a big party in Midway this weekend as McMynn’s Foods has joined with the Midway Public Library’s annual spring sale.

Everything will start in the grocery store parking lot at 8 a.m. when the library will start serving breakfast.

McMynn’s is celebrating 100 years of business in the community as well as introducing a whole new product line.

“McMynn’s has decided to change wholesale suppliers,” explained Doug McMynn. “We are going with the Family Foods program which is part of Safeway.”

“With the Safeway program we are hoping that we can provide better pricing. They also have three-times the amount of products that are available to us.

“We are changing the store around to suit more what the community wants with the new deli and larger bakery and changes to the meat department.”

Also new to the store will be ads running sales during the day. “We can have a 10 per cent off day and advertise it on the screens,” Doug said. “So if you shop locally at our store you will get benefits of those sales happening during the day or during the hour.”

Expanded store hours were announced too. McMynn said they are going to keep the store open until 8 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday until September to see how the shoppers like it.

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