Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Bethlehem woman accused of stealing 36 cans of baby formula on four different trips to Weis Market in Hanover Township, police say.
A Bethlehem woman is accused of stealing 36 cans of baby formula over four separate trips to the same supermarket in Hanover Township, according to court papers. Kristen M. Fiorot, 28, of 232 W. Fairview St., was charged with two counts of retail theft and released on $10,000 unsecured bail following her arraignment Friday morning in front of District Judge James J. Narlesky of Hanover Township. According to court records, Fiorot was the target of an investigation by security at the Weis Market at 5580 Crawford Drive when she turned up at the store on Oct. 30. When Colonial Regional Police arrived, Fiorot had allegedly concealed four cans of formula inside her purse. Store security told police that she had also been at the store on Oct. …
Saturday, January 5, 2013
More than 2,000 items have been discounted, Weis Markets said.
Saturday, January 5
Weis Markets announced Friday a 90-day price freeze on more than 2,000 products. It is the company's 10th round of price freezes, according to a release. The discounted products include name brand and private brand products in grocery, frozen, dairy, meat, health, beauty care and general merchandise, according to the release. Customers can identify the items through store signage and shelf tags and in weekly circulars. There are Weis Markets in Bethlehem at:
Friday, March 23, 2012
Giant and Weis supermarket chains announce they will no longer sell fresh ground beef containing finely textured, or 'pink slime' beef.
Friday, March 23, 2012
Giant Food Stores and Weis Markets have joined a growing list of supermarket chains that will no longer purchase fresh ground beef containing lean, finely textured beef, which contains a filler commonly known as "pink slime." "While the U.S. Department of Agriculture has indicated this product is safe for consumption and complies with all applicable standards for lean beef, many of our customers have voiced concern regarding finely textured beef," a press release from Giant Food Stores states. "We value the trusted relationship we have with our customers and their feedback on this issue." Weis Markets also put out a news release pledging to take the beef product off of its shelves, according to a story in The Morning Call. According to …
Saturday, July 9, 2011
Weis, Wegman’s explain corporate policy on liquor sales.
Senior citizen Dale Schneck of Schnecksville reached into the beer cooler at Weis Market along Route 873 in North Whitehall Township, took out a 12-pack and presented it to clerk Linda Henninger for purchase. “I’ll need your driver’s license,” she said. “Don’t think I’m old enough?” frowned the 82-year-old Schneck as he opened his wallet. Henninger explained that everyone who wants to buy alcoholic beverages at Weis, regardless of age, must present a driver’s license or a valid photo ID. As Schneck attempted to show her the license that was still in the wallet, she said, “I’ll need it out of the wallet, because I have to run it through the register.” Schneck struggled to remove the license from its plastic prison, but the license would not…