Market Basket feeds you with service and a smile – Lowell Sun
Cake decorator Sarah Ludwig of Boxboro.

“They are the champions, my friends. And they’ll keep on fighting til the end,…They are the champions of the world.” (Apologies to Freddy Mercury and Queen)

The Z-List honors and pays tribute to today’s real champions, Market Basket and its loyal and faithful associates, who are proud and dedicated every day to be serving our communities during these challenging times.

In return, customers have supported the Market Basket team every step of the way.

Wellness protocols at all of the Market Basket locations include all associates wearing face coverings while working,and social-distancing measures, and MB also gives guidance to associates to ensure that they are practicing good hygiene, including washing their hands frequently and only coming to work in good health.

The Tewksbury-based company has implemented a heightened disinfection program focusing on high-touch surfaces, including cash registers, counter tops, register belts, red baskets, shopping carriages, payment devices, touch pads, desk, door and drawer handles, phones and computers, and all stores have a disinfection protocol at the store entrance with associates assisting wiping down the shopping carts.

From the first store in Lowell, to 82 stores throughout New England, Market Basket has been proudly serving its customers since 1917. The diverse range of store departments ensures that you’re always getting “More For Your Dollar” with the great variety you deserve.

Assistant front-end manager Lacy Ventre.

Market Basket’s mission is to prepare delicious and visually pleasing food using all natural ingredients. From appetizers to desserts, each hand-crafted dish is designed to enhance your enjoyment of fine foods.

And if that’s not enough, MB is a huge philanthropic, company contributing to many organizations.

Thank you, sweet Madeline Demoulas, for all the information and fabulous photos of some your Market Basket champions. And thanks to Adam Glanzman for all of the photos on this page, all taken at the Tewksbury store, although all of the employees at all 82 locations are champions.

Discover what “More For Your Dollar” really means in MB’s weekly flyer online and in The Sun, and check out updated hours as of today, Sunday, May 31, 7 a.m. to 8 8 p.m., every day, with senior hours from 6 to 7 a.m., every day. For more information, visit www.shopmarketbasket.com, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @marketbasket.

Meat-cutter Gerald Ozorio of Lawrence.