Hundreds of people filed in and out of the during a grand-opening preview Monday evening.
The store, which officially opens to the public at 6 a.m. Tuesday, replaces the previous across the street.
Attendees stood in lines for free samples of Roundy's goods, and children enjoyed face painting and other festivities.
The ceremony included live music and a ribbon-cutting event, which was attended by State Representatives Peggy Krusick and Jeff Stone, Greenfield Mayor Michael Neitzke, many city alderpersons and Roundy's officials. During the ceremony, Roundy's donated $5,000 to the Greenfield Public Library Foundation.