Payless SuperFresh & Truckload Store now accepting food stamps

Posted on Mar 12 2020


Payless SuperFresh & Truckload Store is proud to partner with the CNMI Nutritional Assistance Program in accepting benefits commonly known as food stamps.

NAP is a part of a nationwide program designed to provide families who are temporarily in need of basic nutritional support.

Payless SuperFresh & Truckload Store is now able to extend quality meats, an extensive variety of dairy items, and fresh produce to NAP recipients, empowering families to cook more nutritious meals at home.

With a butcher shop that offers Certified Angus Beef of any cut, a produce department that is replenished weekly, a growing vegan section within a Dairy and Deli department and a Grab-and-Go corner for those who need a quick meal, Payless SuperFresh & Truckload Store can help you bring more to your dinner table.

NAP recipients are also encouraged to sign up for the Customer First Rewards Program to earn more points and credit toward in-store items.

Store hours are 8am to 9pm every day. Follow the store on Facebook: @paylesssuperfreshtruckloadstore and on Instagram @paylesssuperfresh for updates on featured items and sale extensions as well as pick up a copy of the Saipan Tribune every Tuesday and Thursday for in-store new arrivals.

“We are committed to keeping this Triple J promise—to provide the freshest and highest quality foods for everyone on island,” said general manager Morgan Carrico.

To learn more about CNMI NAP, visit the organization’s Facebook page: @nap.cnmi or call (670)237.2800. (PR)

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