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Safeway Visit your neighborhood Safeway located at 437 S King St, Leesburg, VA, for a convenient and friendly grocery experience! From our deli, bakery, fresh produce and helpful pharmacy staff, we've got you covered!

Our bakery features customizable cakes, cupcakes and more while the deli offers a variety of party trays, made to order. Our pick up service; Order Ahead, even allows you to place your bakery order online so its ready for you when you get here! At the butchers block you’ll find an assortment of meat and seafood, while the produce department is full of fresh fruits and veggies galore! Need your gro

Our bakery features customizable cakes, cupcakes and more while the deli offers a variety of party trays, made to order. Our pick up service; Order Ahead, even allows you to place your bakery order online so its ready for you when you get here! At the butchers block you’ll find an assortment of meat and seafood, while the produce department is full of fresh fruits and veggies galore! Need your gro

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We’ve been loving berry season! Are you as bonkers for berries as we are? #NationalBerryMonth
07/07/2021

We’ve been loving berry season! Are you as bonkers for berries as we are? #NationalBerryMonth

We’ve been loving berry season! Are you as bonkers for berries as we are? #NationalBerryMonth

07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day! ❤️🤍💙

06/30/2021

We’re LIVE with Jacob & Jim at Safeway in Pleasanton, Ca sharing great ideas for your July 4th celebration!

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mandee Day, our Director of Communications. Mandee shares what this month means to...
06/21/2021

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mandee Day, our Director of Communications. Mandee shares what this month means to her and how asking questions and being a part of the conversation helps create a friendlier, more inclusive environment:

Pride month is an opportunity to celebrate love… loving who you love, authentically and genuinely — without judgement. A month to express how you feel in a way that would have, in earlier years, been a death sentence. It is the chance to learn more about the trials and tribulations of the LGBTQ community and generate an understanding that love should be created equal. It is, after all, the universal language.
Education is one of the biggest things I would recommend anyone do to get involved to help the LGBTQ+ community. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, be a part of the conversation and step up to defend and openly support anyone in the community. Seek to understand, listen to learn, and open your heart and mind to that which you would have otherwise turned a blind eye.
While we, as a company, have embraced diversity in many forms…this is one you can’t always see. You don’t always know, nor can you assume…but you can always show your support. Welcoming everyone to a conversation, fully…can make all the difference. If someone openly shares what their weekend was about and has the courage to share about their significant other – don’t let an awkward silence or sudden end to the conversation keep them from openly sharing again. Show an interest in learning more. Ask questions that allow you to engage in specific conversation with them again in the future. What seems like regular conversation to you is something they have side stepped for many years.
I hope in the future, love will conquer fear. I hope people will appreciate that love comes in all forms. We are not all the same…and that is the exact thing that makes humans so amazing…if we let it.

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mandee Day, our Director of Communications. Mandee shares what this month means to her and how asking questions and being a part of the conversation helps create a friendlier, more inclusive environment:

Pride month is an opportunity to celebrate love… loving who you love, authentically and genuinely — without judgement. A month to express how you feel in a way that would have, in earlier years, been a death sentence. It is the chance to learn more about the trials and tribulations of the LGBTQ community and generate an understanding that love should be created equal. It is, after all, the universal language.
Education is one of the biggest things I would recommend anyone do to get involved to help the LGBTQ+ community. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, be a part of the conversation and step up to defend and openly support anyone in the community. Seek to understand, listen to learn, and open your heart and mind to that which you would have otherwise turned a blind eye.
While we, as a company, have embraced diversity in many forms…this is one you can’t always see. You don’t always know, nor can you assume…but you can always show your support. Welcoming everyone to a conversation, fully…can make all the difference. If someone openly shares what their weekend was about and has the courage to share about their significant other – don’t let an awkward silence or sudden end to the conversation keep them from openly sharing again. Show an interest in learning more. Ask questions that allow you to engage in specific conversation with them again in the future. What seems like regular conversation to you is something they have side stepped for many years.
I hope in the future, love will conquer fear. I hope people will appreciate that love comes in all forms. We are not all the same…and that is the exact thing that makes humans so amazing…if we let it.

06/20/2021

Happy Father’s Day! Say thanks to the dads in your life for all they do 🥰

June 19, 1865, is the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. Today we’re recognizing and celebrating ...
06/19/2021

June 19, 1865, is the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. Today we’re recognizing and celebrating the journey and contributions that Black Americans have made to this country. Happy Juneteenth!

June 19, 1865, is the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. Today we’re recognizing and celebrating the journey and contributions that Black Americans have made to this country. Happy Juneteenth!

06/15/2021

We’re LIVE at Safeway in Pleasanton, CA sharing amazing gift ideas for Dad!

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mona Yoo, an Employee Relations Manager and an active member in the company’s loca...
06/11/2021

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mona Yoo, an Employee Relations Manager and an active member in the company’s local and national Pride Alliance group. Mona shares what this month means to her and how compassion and speaking up help ensure a future of equal rights for all. Trigger warning: depression, su***de.

I come from a very traditional Korean family. When I came out at the age of 16, I was told it was not acceptable and considered unnatural. Also, while growing up in the 90s, there were tragedies around the LGBTQ+ community to include the passing of Matthew Shepard and Brandon Teena, which showed just how dangerous it could be for the LGBTQ+ community; this created fears that still linger today.
Like many LGBTQ+ youths, I was faced with depression that led to attempting to take my own life; luckily, I did not succeed. Since then, I have come a long way and have come to learn that there is nothing wrong with me. I’ve learned to be proud of who I am and have committed to living my best authentic life. Here I am, almost 23-years later, where my wife and I are welcoming a baby girl into our family. Life is good!
PRIDE month is a chance for our LGBTQ+ counterparts and allies to celebrate how far we’ve come at the sacrifice and the persistence of those before us who paved the way for the LGBTQ+ community. While our country has made great strides in LGBTQ+ rights, there is still much work to be done. My hope for the future is equal rights for all.

If you’re thinking about su***de, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. National Su***de Hotline: 800-273-8255

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mona Yoo, an Employee Relations Manager and an active member in the company’s local and national Pride Alliance group. Mona shares what this month means to her and how compassion and speaking up help ensure a future of equal rights for all. Trigger warning: depression, su***de.

I come from a very traditional Korean family. When I came out at the age of 16, I was told it was not acceptable and considered unnatural. Also, while growing up in the 90s, there were tragedies around the LGBTQ+ community to include the passing of Matthew Shepard and Brandon Teena, which showed just how dangerous it could be for the LGBTQ+ community; this created fears that still linger today.
Like many LGBTQ+ youths, I was faced with depression that led to attempting to take my own life; luckily, I did not succeed. Since then, I have come a long way and have come to learn that there is nothing wrong with me. I’ve learned to be proud of who I am and have committed to living my best authentic life. Here I am, almost 23-years later, where my wife and I are welcoming a baby girl into our family. Life is good!
PRIDE month is a chance for our LGBTQ+ counterparts and allies to celebrate how far we’ve come at the sacrifice and the persistence of those before us who paved the way for the LGBTQ+ community. While our country has made great strides in LGBTQ+ rights, there is still much work to be done. My hope for the future is equal rights for all.

If you’re thinking about su***de, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. National Su***de Hotline: 800-273-8255

We love berries of all shapes, colors, and sizes! Shop fresh in store every day and get your sweet on 😋🍓
06/07/2021

We love berries of all shapes, colors, and sizes! Shop fresh in store every day and get your sweet on 😋🍓

We love berries of all shapes, colors, and sizes! Shop fresh in store every day and get your sweet on 😋🍓

06/04/2021

It’s a sweet day to stop by the bakery! 🍩

06/02/2021

It’s Rotisserie Chicken Day! Pick up a Signature Café® or an Open Nature® whole roasted chicken from the Deli department today 🍗

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Chris Colombana, our Vice President of Merchandising Systems and Integration, as w...
06/01/2021

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Chris Colombana, our Vice President of Merchandising Systems and Integration, as well as our chairperson of the national Pride Alliance group for Albertsons Companies. Chris shares what this month means to him and how through honest, open conversation, we can usher in a new, fresh perspective in the minds and hearts of others:

I actually faced very few challenges coming out when I was young. However, it’s taken most of my adult life to feel comfortable in my own skin, so the whole concept of “bringing one’s whole self to work” resonates strongly with me, as for many years I really didn’t. I no longer waste energy worrying about those that would reject me based on this one aspect of who I am. Having supportive family, friends and co-workers has made all the difference.

I would like to see Americans reset their perspectives and remember how much more we have in common than that which divides us. I hope that LGBTQ+ equality becomes a reality and something that no longer has to be fought for but is commonplace. That we meet a day where we look back on a past where Americans tried to stifle the voices and limit the rights of their brothers and sisters, and it seems abstract and absurd. That we see hatred and bigotry shrink back out of our daily lives, that discriminatory speech and actions once again become socially unacceptable.

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Chris Colombana, our Vice President of Merchandising Systems and Integration, as well as our chairperson of the national Pride Alliance group for Albertsons Companies. Chris shares what this month means to him and how through honest, open conversation, we can usher in a new, fresh perspective in the minds and hearts of others:

I actually faced very few challenges coming out when I was young. However, it’s taken most of my adult life to feel comfortable in my own skin, so the whole concept of “bringing one’s whole self to work” resonates strongly with me, as for many years I really didn’t. I no longer waste energy worrying about those that would reject me based on this one aspect of who I am. Having supportive family, friends and co-workers has made all the difference.

I would like to see Americans reset their perspectives and remember how much more we have in common than that which divides us. I hope that LGBTQ+ equality becomes a reality and something that no longer has to be fought for but is commonplace. That we meet a day where we look back on a past where Americans tried to stifle the voices and limit the rights of their brothers and sisters, and it seems abstract and absurd. That we see hatred and bigotry shrink back out of our daily lives, that discriminatory speech and actions once again become socially unacceptable.

05/31/2021

On this Memorial Day, we celebrate all the brave Americans who have defended our country. We remember them and are thankful for their sacrifices. 🇺🇸

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke to Emi Okano, a Patient Care Pharmacist. Emi share...
05/30/2021

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke to Emi Okano, a Patient Care Pharmacist. Emi shares what this month means to her and how her parents have molded how she shares her culture with others:

I have unique background. I was born in the US, but I moved to Japan when I was 8 years old. Then, at 21, I moved back to the states. I feel blessed that my parents gave me the opportunity to experience both cultures and allowed me to embrace both my Asian culture and the American culture. They are hard-working and are true leaders in their community.

I am proud that I can now share my experience and the beauty of Japanese culture to people who have never been there and to people that are interested in learning about my culture.

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke to Emi Okano, a Patient Care Pharmacist. Emi shares what this month means to her and how her parents have molded how she shares her culture with others:

I have unique background. I was born in the US, but I moved to Japan when I was 8 years old. Then, at 21, I moved back to the states. I feel blessed that my parents gave me the opportunity to experience both cultures and allowed me to embrace both my Asian culture and the American culture. They are hard-working and are true leaders in their community.

I am proud that I can now share my experience and the beauty of Japanese culture to people who have never been there and to people that are interested in learning about my culture.

05/28/2021

Happy Burger Day! Let’s get grilling 😎🍔

05/26/2021

Learn to grill the best steak with Chef Jason and Safeway 🥩

05/25/2021
Memorial Day Ideas!

We’re LIVE at Safeway in Pleasanton, CA sharing great ideas for Memorial Day!!!

05/20/2021

Our berries are harvested at the peak of flavor, handled with love, and thoughtfully curated for the ultimate “berry patch” experience. What’s more, our flavorful berries are packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and insoluble fiber, so you can snack to your heart’s content! Learn more about how we are celebrating berries: http://ms.spr.ly/6182VxteQ

05/19/2021

We’re LIVE in Tacoma, WA with Browne Family Vineyards talking everything wine with Andrew Browne!

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke to Ruby Souliyalaovong, an Assistant Store Directo...
05/18/2021

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke to Ruby Souliyalaovong, an Assistant Store Director in our Portland Division and a member of her regional Diversity and Inclusion Council. Ruby shares what this month means to her and how family, hard work, and belonging unite us:

Celebrating Asian Heritage Month means a lot to me. I came from a poor country, so being recognized for my hard work, loyalty, and dedication makes me feel so honored and grateful that I finally found my new home.
As a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Council, I'm inspired to help not just Asian American and Pacific Islanders, but all people in the hopes all will be united and treated equally.
The family tradition that honors my culture is having strong and close family ties. I place my family first before anything else. They inspire me to work hard every day to provide for my family and continue to support my family back home in the Philippines.

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke to Ruby Souliyalaovong, an Assistant Store Director in our Portland Division and a member of her regional Diversity and Inclusion Council. Ruby shares what this month means to her and how family, hard work, and belonging unite us:

Celebrating Asian Heritage Month means a lot to me. I came from a poor country, so being recognized for my hard work, loyalty, and dedication makes me feel so honored and grateful that I finally found my new home.
As a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Council, I'm inspired to help not just Asian American and Pacific Islanders, but all people in the hopes all will be united and treated equally.
The family tradition that honors my culture is having strong and close family ties. I place my family first before anything else. They inspire me to work hard every day to provide for my family and continue to support my family back home in the Philippines.

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month we spoke to Shanti Vellanki, our Senior Director of Engineer...
05/12/2021

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month we spoke to Shanti Vellanki, our Senior Director of Engineering, Digital Customer Experience. Shanti shares what this month means to him and shows how he is nurturing others to live lives of peace, kindness, compassion, and mindfulness:
I was born into a Hindu priest family and grew up in rural India with religious values and customs. This helped me to not only embrace the culture I grew up in, but to also be curious about other cultures, as I have traveled to 30+ countries.
One person who inspires me the most is the Dalai Lama. Dalai Lama advocates for peace, kindness, compassion and mindfulness, and urges everyone to have a better understanding and acceptance of different faiths of the world. He said:
“There is no significant division between us and other people, because our basic natures are the same. If we wish to ensure everyone's peace and happiness, we need to cultivate a healthy respect for the diversity of our peoples and cultures, founded on an understanding of this fundamental sameness of all human beings.”
Today, I embrace my culture for the value and ideals it stands for, along with fully appreciating and wholeheartedly supporting other cultures. Cultural diversity is profoundly important to me, so I practice it home with my family, and I am proud to pass it onto my son.

To celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month we spoke to Shanti Vellanki, our Senior Director of Engineering, Digital Customer Experience. Shanti shares what this month means to him and shows how he is nurturing others to live lives of peace, kindness, compassion, and mindfulness:
I was born into a Hindu priest family and grew up in rural India with religious values and customs. This helped me to not only embrace the culture I grew up in, but to also be curious about other cultures, as I have traveled to 30+ countries.
One person who inspires me the most is the Dalai Lama. Dalai Lama advocates for peace, kindness, compassion and mindfulness, and urges everyone to have a better understanding and acceptance of different faiths of the world. He said:
“There is no significant division between us and other people, because our basic natures are the same. If we wish to ensure everyone's peace and happiness, we need to cultivate a healthy respect for the diversity of our peoples and cultures, founded on an understanding of this fundamental sameness of all human beings.”
Today, I embrace my culture for the value and ideals it stands for, along with fully appreciating and wholeheartedly supporting other cultures. Cultural diversity is profoundly important to me, so I practice it home with my family, and I am proud to pass it onto my son.

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