Lowes Foods celebrates grand re-openings in Lewisville, Winston-Salem

Published 12:00 am Thursday, November 23, 2023

LEWISVILLE — Lowes Foods, a Carolinas-based grocer headquartered in Winston-Salem, celebrated the grand reopenings of its stores located off Shallowford Road in Lewisville and on Robinhood Road in Winston-Salem.

The Robinhood Road store held its reopening at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 16, followed by the reopening in Lewisville at 10 a.m.

In Lewisville, Lowes Foods has added Smokehouse, which offers a daily rotation of wood-smoked meats — including beef, pork, chicken and salmon — using a variety of woods to infuse flavor. Smokehouse items are available ready to eat or to take home and heat. In addition, the Lewisville store has expanded to include a larger cakery, with square cakes in all sizes that are assembled and topped with icing made fresh in-store with real cream and real butter and a bigger assortment of bread in the Bread Crumb.

The Robinhood Road store will expand its Poppy Go Lucky Original that features a variety of fresh instore made popcorn.  Flavors include the classic Butter Me Up, Let’s Get Cheesy and the popular All Mixed Up variety popcorn. In addition to Poppy Go Lucky, Lowes Foods has expanded the store’s Breadcrumb Original featuring fresh-baked artisanal breads that are hand-crafted, all natural and have no preservatives and has added a full service Sammy’s deli sandwich area.

“We are excited to expand some of the most popular Originals to our stores on Robinhood Road in Winston-Salem and in Lewisville,” Tim Lowe, Head of Retail, Alex Lee and President, Lowes Foods said. “In conjunction with the Poppy Go Lucky opening on Robinhood Road, we plan to move our mobile Poppy Go Lucky, which had been at the Robinhood Road store, to our Clemmons stores so guests there can enjoy all the wonderful flavors of fresh, in-store made popcorn.”