Safeway? That's where I buy "Bright Green" paper towels and toilet paper. When you use your own bag - don't we all? - there is a 10% discount on all Bright Green (a Safeway store brand) products. The folks at the register don't always have awareness, but a manager will provide the code. I may get in the express line, but things slow down when it's my turn!
As for groceries, I have walked through several Safeway stores, and found no food that I wanted to buy.
I harvest extensively from my garden. In addition, I shop at the local farmer's market (when available), the local all organic natural food store, and I buy many organic products (pasta from Italy*), and cheese (my vice) from Costco.
I don't purchase any unhealthy items like milk, meat, eggs, alcohol, or tobacco.
There are lots of organic food co-ops; there may be one near you that provides real food. In my opinion, Safeway is a last resort for purchasing food.
* Did you know that "bigger, more potent" American wheat was specifically bred to have a higher gluten content. European wheat is a healthier alternative. How many other foods in the USA are "designed" for greater corporate profits? There is a great deal of information available concerning healthier alternatives, proper diet and nutrition, and foods to avoid. Good luck in your quest. Healthy alternatives need not be expensive.