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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

Operating as usual

01/01/2022

Cheers to 2022!

12/27/2021

Happy Kwanzaa! Light the kinara, cozy up and celebrate with a warm groundnut stew with loved ones.

12/25/2021

Merry Christmas! We hope everyone has a wonderful day full of sweetness and cheer 🥰

Safeway 12/24/2021

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Enjoy our 1-Day Sale with special holiday digital savings, 12/24 only! https://bit.ly/2Fl5eoq

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12/22/2021

Save on your favorite cheeses for the perfect holiday charcuterie! http://bit.ly/2tWNVkp

Safeway 12/20/2021

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Deals to delight this holiday season! Digital offers good through 12/23 https://bit.ly/2Fl5eoq

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12/20/2021

Stock up on all your holiday necessities this week! We are CLOSED on Christmas day to give our associates the day to spend with family and loved ones. Find your local store hours: http://bit.ly/2er5ouN

12/15/2021

We’re LIVE at Safeway in Dublin, CA. sharing Christmas tips and ideas to make your holiday with family and friends special!

12/14/2021

We’re live from Walnut Creek, CA with Safeway Registered Dietitian Amrita Jayagopal sharing great holiday recipes made with dates from Natural Delights!

12/08/2021

It’s Brownie Day! Which one are you craving?

12/08/2021

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Join us for the Re-Grand Opening of our newly remodeled Bernal Ave. store in Pleasanton! Win groceries playing our spinning wheel, sample products, and be the first to receive a reusable bag! We're giving away a 1,000 PER DAY through 12/14. Watch below to see what's new, and find your store here!:
http://ms.spr.ly/6189k7CRV

Timeline photos 12/08/2021

This deal ought to perk you up! Offer valid 12/8/21-12/14/21 at your Bernal Ave. Pleasanton store with your for U™ account. Limit one discounted drink per person. Customization costs extra. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Find your store: http://ms.spr.ly/6181kCBbB

This deal ought to perk you up! Offer valid 12/8/21-12/14/21 at your Bernal Ave. Pleasanton store with your for U™ account. Limit one discounted drink per person. Customization costs extra. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Find your store: http://ms.spr.ly/6181kCBbB

12/06/2021

Wishing you all a happy last day of Hanukkah!

12/01/2021

Mango Cranberry Sauce Recipe

Registered dietitian, Molly Tevis, shares a delicious and easy recipe for the perfect Mango Cranberry Sauce! Start shopping: https://www.safeway.com/

Choosing Sustainable Seafood 12/01/2021

Choosing Sustainable Seafood

Shopping for sustainable seafood is as important to us as it is to you. Learn about the importance of sustainable seafood and how to find it in your grocery store, including looking for the Responsible Choice logo in our seafood department. Read more: https://www.washingtonpost.com/creativegroup/safeway/choosing-sustainable-seafood/

Choosing Sustainable Seafood Many shoppers want to make responsible seafood purchases but aren’t sure where to begin. Here’s what to know before heading to the grocery store. (Partner Content)

Timeline photos 11/30/2021

To celebrate the last day of Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Elrina Begay and Rita Yazzie, who work together in an in-store Bakery. Elrina is the Bakery Manager and Rita is a cake decorator. Together, they are positive role models for everyone in the store, their culture and the community as a whole.

We are Native American 365 days a year. One single month doesn’t encompass everything. But we are proud to be Native American and hope we continue to use this month to raise awareness.

Elders are the ones who inspire. We learn teachings and traditions from them that are carried on through generations.

We are very family oriented. Family is everything in this community. You can tell by cake orders that we do. There are no small cake orders. People order multiple full sheets all the time because there are so many family members that come out to support one another.

We would like to see more recognition in general for our indigenous employees. Would also like to see the company continue to become more inclusive and grow the Native American population within the company.

Go out on the reservation and observe. Witness it firsthand to really appreciate it. Not only is the scenery breathtaking but you can get a whole new appreciation of the people just by interacting with them.

Discovery Navajo explains more about the reservation, lifestyle, rules, regulations and what it means to be a sovereign nation. There is a nonprofit charity called Water Warriors. The majority of the reservation does not have running water and this charity is a group of people that deliver water and tanks to areas of the reservation that need it. In this time of the Covid pandemic, it becomes even more important that people have access to running water in order to stay safe.

To celebrate the last day of Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Elrina Begay and Rita Yazzie, who work together in an in-store Bakery. Elrina is the Bakery Manager and Rita is a cake decorator. Together, they are positive role models for everyone in the store, their culture and the community as a whole.

We are Native American 365 days a year. One single month doesn’t encompass everything. But we are proud to be Native American and hope we continue to use this month to raise awareness.

Elders are the ones who inspire. We learn teachings and traditions from them that are carried on through generations.

We are very family oriented. Family is everything in this community. You can tell by cake orders that we do. There are no small cake orders. People order multiple full sheets all the time because there are so many family members that come out to support one another.

We would like to see more recognition in general for our indigenous employees. Would also like to see the company continue to become more inclusive and grow the Native American population within the company.

Go out on the reservation and observe. Witness it firsthand to really appreciate it. Not only is the scenery breathtaking but you can get a whole new appreciation of the people just by interacting with them.

Discovery Navajo explains more about the reservation, lifestyle, rules, regulations and what it means to be a sovereign nation. There is a nonprofit charity called Water Warriors. The majority of the reservation does not have running water and this charity is a group of people that deliver water and tanks to areas of the reservation that need it. In this time of the Covid pandemic, it becomes even more important that people have access to running water in order to stay safe.

Timeline photos 11/30/2021

To celebrate the last day of Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Elrina Begay and Rita Yazzie, who work together in an in-store Bakery. Elrina is the Bakery Manager and Rita is a cake decorator. Together, they are positive role models for everyone in the store, their culture and the community as a whole.

We are Native American 365 days a year. One single month doesn’t encompass everything. But we are proud to be Native American and hope we continue to use this month to raise awareness.

Elders are the ones who inspire. We learn teachings and traditions from them that are carried on through generations.

We are very family oriented. Family is everything in this community. You can tell by cake orders that we do. There are no small cake orders. People order multiple full sheets all the time because there are so many family members that come out to support one another.

We would like to see more recognition in general for our indigenous employees. Would also like to see the company continue to become more inclusive and grow the Native American population within the company.

Go out on the reservation and observe. Witness it firsthand to really appreciate it. Not only is the scenery breathtaking but you can get a whole new appreciation of the people just by interacting with them.

Discovery Navajo explains more about the reservation, lifestyle, rules, regulations and what it means to be a sovereign nation. There is a nonprofit charity called Water Warriors. The majority of the reservation does not have running water and this charity is a group of people that deliver water and tanks to areas of the reservation that need it. In this time of the Covid pandemic, it becomes even more important that people have access to running water in order to stay safe.

To celebrate the last day of Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Elrina Begay and Rita Yazzie, who work together in an in-store Bakery. Elrina is the Bakery Manager and Rita is a cake decorator. Together, they are positive role models for everyone in the store, their culture and the community as a whole.

We are Native American 365 days a year. One single month doesn’t encompass everything. But we are proud to be Native American and hope we continue to use this month to raise awareness.

Elders are the ones who inspire. We learn teachings and traditions from them that are carried on through generations.

We are very family oriented. Family is everything in this community. You can tell by cake orders that we do. There are no small cake orders. People order multiple full sheets all the time because there are so many family members that come out to support one another.

We would like to see more recognition in general for our indigenous employees. Would also like to see the company continue to become more inclusive and grow the Native American population within the company.

Go out on the reservation and observe. Witness it firsthand to really appreciate it. Not only is the scenery breathtaking but you can get a whole new appreciation of the people just by interacting with them.

Discovery Navajo explains more about the reservation, lifestyle, rules, regulations and what it means to be a sovereign nation. There is a nonprofit charity called Water Warriors. The majority of the reservation does not have running water and this charity is a group of people that deliver water and tanks to areas of the reservation that need it. In this time of the Covid pandemic, it becomes even more important that people have access to running water in order to stay safe.

11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving! We are thankful for all of our amazing associates and customers, and we wish everyone a delightful holiday.

Timeline photos 11/22/2021

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Daniel Pedro, a talented Cake Decorator at one of our company's in-store bakeries. As a Native American artist, Daniel passionately practices and shares his culture through traditional forms.

One of the best ways to support Native American Communities is to support local artists and small businesses. When you buy products made from an indigenous community, you are helping to support their local economy as well as share their culture and costumes. This opens a door for dialogue and education about Native American people and any issues that may be impacting Native American communities.

As a Native American artist, it is my goal to bring cultural diversity to others outside of my community through fashion and design. By incorporating Zuni Pueblo pottery designs into formal fashion, I feel this is the best way to bring diversity and inclusivity to others outside the Native American community. Right now, there is a push to bring Native American cultural awareness through different multimedia outlets, and I feel that fashion is one way to help contribute to these efforts.

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Daniel Pedro, a talented Cake Decorator at one of our company's in-store bakeries. As a Native American artist, Daniel passionately practices and shares his culture through traditional forms.

One of the best ways to support Native American Communities is to support local artists and small businesses. When you buy products made from an indigenous community, you are helping to support their local economy as well as share their culture and costumes. This opens a door for dialogue and education about Native American people and any issues that may be impacting Native American communities.

As a Native American artist, it is my goal to bring cultural diversity to others outside of my community through fashion and design. By incorporating Zuni Pueblo pottery designs into formal fashion, I feel this is the best way to bring diversity and inclusivity to others outside the Native American community. Right now, there is a push to bring Native American cultural awareness through different multimedia outlets, and I feel that fashion is one way to help contribute to these efforts.

Timeline photos 11/19/2021

Hungry for fun tonight? Roll into our 1530 Hamilton Ave. location in San Jose to shop then grab dinner from food truck vendors right in the lot! Get more info at: http://ms.spr.ly/6188kE38m

Hungry for fun tonight? Roll into our 1530 Hamilton Ave. location in San Jose to shop then grab dinner from food truck vendors right in the lot! Get more info at: http://ms.spr.ly/6188kE38m

Timeline photos 11/15/2021

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Treva Upshaw, a member of the Navajo Nation and GM Manager with the company. Every day, Treva practices her culture's traditions and shares them with her community through language, food and celebration.

I celebrate every month grateful for this life and all its blessings. Like many cultures we celebrate with food. My favorite to make is Navajo Tacos!

My Mom and Grandmother were very inspirational to me. Family means everything. Native American culture is very family oriented. We all take care of each other; I am a single mother of 3 boys and 5 grandchildren; I am so proud of them!

Unfortunately, Covid has ravaged the rural residents on the reservation in higher numbers than other communities, and I have lost loved ones this year to COVID, but I am also blessed to have family members in healthcare helping to prevent further losses. Even though I have lived in the city for the last 30 years, I have tried to stay connected to the culture and the Navajo Nation. I keep a personal spiritual practice that keeps me connected to the creator of the universe and Mother Earth.

To learn more about my culture and community, people in the area can visit the Heard Museum in Phoenix, the Navajo Nation Fair in Window Rock, AZ, in September and the Intertribal Ceremonial in Gallup, NM in August. Also in the area, check out the Fry Bread House on 7th Ave and Indian School.

Poverty and basic living conditions on the reservation like running water, power, wifi are still an issue. There are lots of organizations trying to help. Type Navajo Nation into your search engine to learn more. Also, Young girls are missing, abducted by human Traffickers, 40% of Trafficked girls identify as indigenous people. Help is needed!

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, we spoke to Treva Upshaw, a member of the Navajo Nation and GM Manager with the company. Every day, Treva practices her culture's traditions and shares them with her community through language, food and celebration.

I celebrate every month grateful for this life and all its blessings. Like many cultures we celebrate with food. My favorite to make is Navajo Tacos!

My Mom and Grandmother were very inspirational to me. Family means everything. Native American culture is very family oriented. We all take care of each other; I am a single mother of 3 boys and 5 grandchildren; I am so proud of them!

Unfortunately, Covid has ravaged the rural residents on the reservation in higher numbers than other communities, and I have lost loved ones this year to COVID, but I am also blessed to have family members in healthcare helping to prevent further losses. Even though I have lived in the city for the last 30 years, I have tried to stay connected to the culture and the Navajo Nation. I keep a personal spiritual practice that keeps me connected to the creator of the universe and Mother Earth.

To learn more about my culture and community, people in the area can visit the Heard Museum in Phoenix, the Navajo Nation Fair in Window Rock, AZ, in September and the Intertribal Ceremonial in Gallup, NM in August. Also in the area, check out the Fry Bread House on 7th Ave and Indian School.

Poverty and basic living conditions on the reservation like running water, power, wifi are still an issue. There are lots of organizations trying to help. Type Navajo Nation into your search engine to learn more. Also, Young girls are missing, abducted by human Traffickers, 40% of Trafficked girls identify as indigenous people. Help is needed!

Timeline photos 11/12/2021

Hungry for fun tonight? Roll into our 1530 Hamilton Ave. location in San Jose to shop then grab dinner from food truck vendors right in the lot! Get more info at: http://ms.spr.ly/6189kE36X

Hungry for fun tonight? Roll into our 1530 Hamilton Ave. location in San Jose to shop then grab dinner from food truck vendors right in the lot! Get more info at: http://ms.spr.ly/6189kE36X

Timeline photos 11/11/2021

Today is Veterans Day! This holiday is a special time to recognize, celebrate and remember our nation's veterans and their service to our country. Our company is thankful for our veterans and have focused on supporting them throughout our company. By forming a Veteran's Associate Resource Group (ARG), we give our associates a place to find support, fellowship and comradery. We are also a part of the Veteran Job's Mission, a group of companies committed to hiring a total of 1 million military veterans and have given over $1 million to 64 organizations supporting veterans in 2021.

Today is Veterans Day! This holiday is a special time to recognize, celebrate and remember our nation's veterans and their service to our country. Our company is thankful for our veterans and have focused on supporting them throughout our company. By forming a Veteran's Associate Resource Group (ARG), we give our associates a place to find support, fellowship and comradery. We are also a part of the Veteran Job's Mission, a group of companies committed to hiring a total of 1 million military veterans and have given over $1 million to 64 organizations supporting veterans in 2021.

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437 S King St
Leesburg, VA
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