Meat cutter Dennis Kazmierczak restocks the ground beef cooler at the new Ultra location in Merrillville.
MERRILLVILLE | A new Ultra Foods store featuring a unique modern décor with expanded meat, produce and hot food sections opened Tuesday at 6001 Broadway in Merrillville.
Meat cutter Dennis Kazmierczak restocks the ground beef cooler at the new Ultra location in Merrillville. The grand opening for the store will be May 16. Hours are 6 a.m. to midnight daily.
The new Ultra location in Merrillville is open for business. Located in the remodeled 65,000-square-foot former PayLow Foods’ building, the store is the fourth Ultra Foods in Lake County.
Jen Witvoet of Wheatfield, shops for bread and other groceries at the new Ultra location in Merrillville. Located in the remodeled 65,000-square-foot former PayLow Foods’ building, the store is the fourth Ultra Foods in Lake County.
The new Ultra location in Merrillville is open for business.
Workers install a new Ultra Food sign last week at the former PayLow grocery store at 93rd and Taft streets in Merrillville. The changes in signage is nearly complete and by next week most Wiseway and PayLow grocery stores will be transformed into Strack & Van Til and UltraFoods markets.
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