Fresh Encounter, Inc., based in Findlay, Ohio began in 1995 and expanded dramatically with the acquisition of Fulmer Supermarkets, another retail grocery chain, originally founded in 1909. Today, Fresh Encounter, Inc. operates stores throughout Ohio and eastern Indiana under a variety of banners.
While Fresh Encounter stores are spread across the state, they remain very dedicated to their local communities. Fresh Encounters is partenered with the West Ohio Food Bank and the stores proundly sells locally grown produce as well as the “Our Family” brand distributed by Nash Finch.
Community Markets does NOT have a corporate coupon policy or a written coupon policy at all for that matter. The information I have gathered is from speaking with the managers and supervisors directly.
1. Paper Manufacturer Coupons
Community Markets accepts all manufacturer coupons. They must be legible, have a scanable bar code and not be expired. There is no limit as to the number of coupons you can use in one transaction.
Warning – the acceptance of internet printed coupons is at the discretion of the manager.
2. Store Coupons
Community Markets offers store coupons in their ads, on their website and will occasionally print store coupons from the Catalina machine at the register.
Community Markets store coupons can be stacked with manufacturer coupons.
3. Double Coupons
Community Markets will double all manufacturer coupons valued up to $0.50 as long as it does not exceed the value of the item. That means a $0.50 coupon is actually worth $1.00! However, if the sale price for that item is $0.75, the coupon will only double to $0.75.
4. Other Useful Information
Senior Citizen Discount – Every Tuesday Senior Citizens receive an additional 5% off thier grocery bill.
Now, go use your Community Markets knowledge to get out there and start Saving the Piggy!