Ferraro Foods investing in major renovations to downtown Trail store

Ferraro Foods has 2 stores in Rossland and Trail and employs 175 people.

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Artist's rendition of the new Ferraro Foods store in downtown Trail.

Ferraro Foods in downtown Trail is getting a contemporary new look, thanks to a major renovation project at the store. — Photo courtesy Ferraro Foods

Ferraro Foods in downtown Trail is undergoing a major renovation and upgrade to their ever popular grocery food store. The contemporary new look promises to give Trail and area grocery shoppers a great new retail experience.

The store recently announced, “We are RENOVATING in downtown Trail—thanks for being patient during store construction. We hope you will enjoy the new shopping experience.

From social media comments it would seem that Ferraro Foods customers are thrilled with the prospect of a newly renovated store:

“I have said it before, and I'll say it again. We are so, so, incredibly fortunate to have a grocery store of this caliber in a town of our size. . . And it just keeps getting better and better. Thankful for the Ferraro family!” said one customer.

“Fabulous to see an upgrade to a great business in Trail!” another commented.

Between their two stores in Rossland and Trail, Ferraro Foods employs 175 people and is a multiple Best of Business award winner.

Congratulations to Ferraro Foods. We look forward to seeing your brand new look in downtown Trail.

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