Grocery Store

Kroger: Kroger is an American organization and is the largest supermarket company in the country. It mainly operates grocery stores, but the company also operates convenience stores, department stores, jewelry stores, and pharmacies. Kroger has a three-tier distribution system and operates manufacturing facilities as well. Kroger is a highly unionized company and is committed to environmental issues and sustainability.. See Kroger Application.

Winn Dixie: Winn-Dixie grocery stores are mainly located in southern U.S. states. They sell a range of food items and also provide pharmacy services. The company is known for its wide assortment of private brand products, including its popular store-brand soft drinks. Winn-Dixie also has its own brand of all-natural and organic specialty foods.. See Winn Dixie Application.

Food Lion: One of the largest grocery store companies in the southeastern U.S., Food Lion’s parent group is the Belgian company Delhaize. Its American name comes from the Belgian company’s logo, and lions are frequently featured in Food Lion’s TV commercials. Food Lion focuses on selling fresh and affordable food and each location includes its own bakery and deli.. See Food Lion Application.

Publix: What makes Publix Super Markets, Inc. locations unique is that each location is owned by current or former employees. Publix stores sell groceries, provide pharmacy services, and feature delis, bakeries, and more. Publix also has its own manufacturing facilities and cooking schools. Another unique Publix feature is its special order service, which allows customers to order rarer items from other locations.. See Publix Application.

Safeway: Safeway, Inc. is a chain of grocery stores that are principally located in the central and western United States. It is the second largest American supermarket company and sells a variety of grocery items; it also has its own bakery, deli, and flower shop. Some locations include gas stations and dry cleaning services.. See Safeway Application.

Shoprite: Shoprite is a co-op chain of grocery stores found in the northeastern region of the U.S. Each store is family-owned and operated, and sells a variety of common grocery items. Because Shoprite stores are individually owned, there is no uniform standard for layout or appearance, and each store’s appearance is unique.. See Shoprite Application.

H E B: H-E-B-Grocery Company is a privately owned chain of supermarkets located in Texas and Mexico. Stores offer a typical assortment of groceries, as well as privately branded items. Many H-E-B locations include in-store banks and mobile device kiosks. The company name comes from the founder’s son’s initials, but the store slogan, “Here Everything’s Better,” fits the anagram as well.. See H E B Application.

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Stop And Shop: Stop and Shop is a grocery store chain located in the northeast United States. The company pioneered the concept of self-service supermarkets and offers a variety of grocery items. Stop and Shop has several supercenter locations that have wider selections of products and additional services such as cafes and salad bars. This company is committed to diversity and representing its surrounding communities.. See Stop And Shop Application.

Aldi: Aldi is a German-founded, global chain of grocery stores with locations in Europe, the United States, and Australia. It offers a limited selection of food items at discounted prices; a large percentage of Aldi’s products are privately branded. Uniquely, Aldi charges customers for shopping bags and has coin-operated shopping carts to eliminate waste and theft.. See Aldi Application.

Albertsons: Albertsons Companies Inc. is a western American grocery store company. After its merge with Safeway, Albertsons has become the second largest grocery chain in the United States. It offers typical grocery store items, many of which are privately branded. Albertsons guarantees that all of its foods are fresh and delicious.. See Albertsons Application.

Whole Foods: Whole Foods is an upscale grocery store chain that sells local, organic and healthy foods. It is an American company and has locations in Canada and the United Kingdom. Whole Foods has meticulous standards of quality; all items must be what the company deems “natural.” The company is also dedicated to environmental sustainability and animal welfare.. See Whole Foods Application.

Ingles: Ingles is an American grocery store chain with locations in the southeastern United States. Grocery stores sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, as well as common household goods. Ingles also has its own shopping centers, dairy processing centers, and gas stations. Each location is in close proximity to the Ingles warehouse, so the chain spans a relatively small area of the U.S.. See Ingles Application.

Wegmans: Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. operates 85 upscale supermarkets in the eastern United States. The company has won multiple awards for its large selection of high-quality foods, charitable practices, commitment to health and environmental sustainability, and its treatment of employees. In addition to selling groceries, Wegmans locations offer in-store, quick-service and buffet dining with a variety of options. They also have privately branded items, many of them health products.. See Wegmans Application.

Harris Teeter: Harris Teeter is an American chain of grocery stores owned by the larger Kroger company. It has locations in the eastern United States and sells a variety of food products. Harris Teeters also have pharmacies, in-store bakeries, delis, and florists and are committed to food quality and excellent service. Uniquely, they offer wine clubs and seafood clubs that allow customers to receive discounts on selected products.. See Harris Teeter Application.

Giant Eagle: Giant Eagle is an American grocery store chain and is a private retailer, separate from the larger grocery company Giant. They offer a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods and locations feature bakeries, delis, and pharmacies. Giant Eagle stores have privately branded items and offer a loyalty program that allows customers to earn discounts. The company also operates gas stations and convenience stores.. See Giant Eagle Application.

Vons: Vons is an American grocery store chain with locations in western U.S. states. It is a part of the larger Safeway company and offers a typical selection of groceries and household goods, along with pharmacies, delis, bakeries, and fresh flowers. Vons also offers Starbucks kiosks and olive and sushi bars.. See Vons Application.

Bi Lo: BI-LO is an American grocery store chain with locations in the southern United States. The company is committed to providing a variety of fresh food at affordable prices, and regularly participates in community events. They also hold their own fundraisers for charitable organizations. BI-LO locations provide pharmacy services, bakeries, and delis in stores.. See Bi Lo Application.

Trader Joe’s: Trader Joe’s is an American grocery store chain with the majority of locations in California; other locations are found in 38 states. Stores carry a limited selection of products, and most of these items are Trader Joe’s private brands. The company is known for carrying specialty foods, many of which are organic.. See Trader Joe’s Application.

Food 4 Less: Food 4 Less is an American grocery store chain that focuses on providing a variety of products at low costs. It is owned by the larger Kroger company, and sells a typical assortment of grocery items. In addition to selling groceries, Food 4 Less is known for participating in charity events and fundraisers in their local communities.. See Food 4 Less Application.

Food City: Food City, sometimes known as K-VA-T Food City, is an American chain of grocery stores that have locations in Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee, as their acronym name suggests. They are known for providing locally grown produce and fresh eggs from nearby farms. Food City also sells a typical assortment of grocery store items and is heavily involved in local charity organizations.. See Food City Application.

Piggly Wiggly: Piggly Wiggly is an American chain of grocery stores with locations primarily in the southern states and was the first modern self-service grocery store in America. These grocery stores were the first to have checkout lines and shopping carts, and despite skepticism from many, the concept caught on and was imitated by many other companies. Today, the few hundred remaining Piggly Wigglys carry a typical assortment of grocery items.. See Piggly Wiggly Application.

Jewel Osco: Jewel-Osco, often called Jewel for short, is an American chain of grocery stores. They have locations in the Midwestern states Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa and are committed to providing good customer service and affordable products. It offers a typical assortment of grocery items and offers its own privately branded products.. See Jewel Osco Application.

Price Chopper: Price Chopper is an American chain of grocery stores with over 100 locations in the state of New York. It sells a typical assortment of grocery products, and locations usually have a pharmacy, bakery, deli, and sushi bar. Price Chopper has recently committed to green practices and environmental sustainability principles.. See Price Chopper Application.

Tops: TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that offers affordable educational programs and support groups for members looking to lose weight. Their name is an acronym for “Take Off Pounds Sensibly,” and locations hold weekly meetings and provide diet and exercise programs that award prizes to members who show the most improvement. TOPS Club mainly has locations in North America, but has spread to countries around the world.. See Tops Application.

Pathmark: Pathmark is a grocery store chain with a limited number of locations in the Northeastern United States. It offers a typical assortment of produce and fresh meats, as well as frozen and packaged foods. They also feature pharmacies, bakeries, and delis. Pathmark is a subsidiary of The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company and has filed for bankruptcy multiple times in recent years.. See Pathmark Application.

Ralphs: Ralphs is a grocery store chain with locations in California. It is a major subsidiary of the larger Kroger company and stores sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged food items. Many of these items are private Ralphs or Kroger brands. In addition to grocery stores, Ralphs operates its own gas stations.. See Ralphs Application.

Smart And Final: Smart and Final is an American chain of grocery stores with locations in the western United States and Mexico. Their warehouse-style stores offer quality products for affordable prices. Customers can purchase items in bulk and do not have to pay for exclusive memberships to shop there. Smart and Final offers a variety of foods, beverages, and common household products, many of which are privately branded.. See Smart And Final Application.

King Soopers: King Soopers is an American chain of supermarkets that is a subsidiary of the larger Kroger company. Locations are found in the Rocky Mountains region of the United States, and its stores offer a range of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods as well as common household supplies. King Soopers offers name brand and Kroger brand products, and also features in-store pharmacies, delis, and bakeries.. See King Soopers Application.

Market Basket: Market Basket is a small family-owned chain of grocery stores with locations in Texas and Louisiana. Their focus is on providing excellent customer service and quality products for low prices. Market Basket offers an assortment of fresh, packaged, and frozen foods and features in-store bakeries and delis. They sell name brand items and their own Market Basket brand products.. See Market Basket Application.

Shaw’s: Shaw’s is a regional chain of grocery stores with locations in the northeastern United States. It is a subsidiary of the larger Albertsons company. Shaw’s offers an array of fresh, frozen, and packaged food items and common household products, including five private brands. Stores also have attached bakeries, delis, and Osco pharmacies.. See Shaw’s Application.

Schnucks: Schnucks is a family-owned and operated grocery store chain with locations in the Midwestern United States. This company focuses on providing quality products at affordable prices. Schnucks sells fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, along with beer and wine. Stores have attached delis, bakeries, pharmacies. Uniquely, Schnucks offers community cooking classes in some of their stores.. See Schnucks Application.

Stater Bros.: Stater Bros, Markets is a small, privately-owned chain of grocery stores that sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods and beverages, along with common household products. It has locations in California and sells its products at affordable prices. Stater Bros. stores include bakeries, delis, and pharmacies that feature $4 generic medications for customers and also their pets.. See Stater Bros. Application.

Tom Thumb: Tom Thumb is a small American chain of grocery stores with locations in the state of Texas. It is a part of the larger Safeway and Albertsons grocery companies, and sells their private brands alongside name brand products. Tom Thumb sells a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged food and beverages and their stores feature weekly specials and customer rewards cards.. See Tom Thumb Application.

Fresh And Easy: Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market is an American grocery store chain with just over 100 locations in the western United States. Its focus is on convenience and on providing fresh, natural and organic foods for affordable prices. Fresh & Easy is dedicated to environmental sustainability and paying its employees fair wages.. See Fresh And Easy Application.

Hy Vee: Hy-Vee is a U.S. grocery and supermarket chain with locations in the Midwestern states. Every Hy-Vee store is owned and operated by employees, and the company focuses on providing excellent customer service and offering high-quality, affordable products. Hy-Vee stores sell a typical assortment of grocery store foods and products, and some locations feature delis, bakeries, pharmacies, gas stations, and in-store dining.. See Hy Vee Application.

Raley’s: Raley’s Family of Fine Stores is a family-owned and operated chain of grocery stores with locations in California and Nevada. Other members of the Raley’s family are Bel Air Markets, Nob Hill Foods, and Food Source stores. Raley’s stores sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, many of which are privately branded. Most locations feature bakeries, delis, and pharmacies.. See Raley’s Application.

Dillons: Dillons is an American chain of grocery stores with locations in the western United States. This chain is part of the larger Kroger company and has its own divisions called Gerbes, Baker’s, and Food 4 Less. Dillons also has warehouses and plants that produce their privately brand products, which are sold in their grocery stores alongside name brand products.. See Dillons Application.

Giant Food Stores: Giant Food Stores, LLC. is an American chain of grocery stores with locations in some eastern United States. Giant is a subsidiary of Ahold, a grocery company from the Netherlands. Its locations offer a typical assortment of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, along with common household products. Giant offers name-brand and privately branded products, and features a grocery home delivery service called Peapod.. See Giant Food Stores Application.

Save Mart: Save Mart is a privately owned American retail and grocery company with locations under multiple names in California and Nevada. The company is committed to environmental sustainability and offers a selection of all natural and organic foods at affordable prices. Save Mart stores offer a typical assortment of grocery store food items and household products, and they offer multiple private brands.. See Save Mart Application.

Pricerite: PriceRite is a small but growing American grocery store chain with fewer than 100 locations in the eastern United States. Their stores offer a limited selection of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods for very low prices. Many of their products are privately branded and are sold in PriceRite stores and other supermarkets.. See Pricerite Application.

Iga: IGA, which stands for Independent Grocers Alliance, is an American company that operates grocery stores in countries around the world. Most of their stores are franchised and family-owned, with locations in small towns and communities. IGA stores offer a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, and they have their own IGA brands.. See Iga Application.

Hannaford: Hannaford is an American chain of grocery stores with more than 100 locations in the Northeastern United States. It is owned by the larger Belgian company Delhaize. Hannaford stores sell a typical assortment of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods along with common household products. They offer name brand and Delhaize branded items.. See Hannaford Application.

Food Maxx: FoodMaxx is an American chain of grocery stores with more than 200 locations that are operated by the larger Save Mart Supermarket company. FoodMaxx stores have a warehouse format and allow customers to buy in bulk without purchasing memberships. They are committed to selling quality grocery items at low prices.. See Food Maxx Application.

Winco Foods: WinCo Foods is a privately owned American chain of grocery stores with just over 100 locations in the western United States. Most of its stores are owned and operated by WinCo employees, and offer a variety of grocery items for low prices in a simple, no-frills environment. It keeps prices low by buying products directly from farms and manufacturing facilities.. See Winco Foods Application.

United Supermarkets: United Supermarkets is a regional chain of grocery stores with 66 locations in the state of Texas. It is a subsidiary of the larger Albertsons supermarket company. United Supermarkets sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged food items; the company is committed to providing a large selection of fresh and high-quality items for fair prices.. See United Supermarkets Application.

Cub Foods: Cub Foods is a smaller American chain of grocery stores with fewer than 100 locations in the states of Illinois and Minnesota. It is a subsidiary of the larger company SuperValu Inc. Cub Foods sells a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged food items, and locations feature bakeries, delis, and pharmacies. The store is known for its low prices and casual environment.. See Cub Foods Application.

Grocery Outlet: Grocery Outlet Inc. is a privately-owned company that is based in the United States and has locations in the western U.S. and in one eastern state, Pennsylvania. Most of these locations are owned by families in their local communities. Their stores sell products for extremely low prices; their items are overstocks or privately branded products. Some of their products are sold past manufacturers’ expiration dates.. See Grocery Outlet Application.

Fry’s Food: Fry’s Food is a smaller chain of grocery stores that is owned by the larger Kroger supermarket company. They have more than 100 locations in the western United States. Their grocery stores sell an assortment of fresh, frozen, and packaged food items, some of which are Fry’s private brands or Kroger brands.. See Fry’s Food Application.

Super 1 Foods: Super One Foods is a privately-owned American chain of grocery stores with locations in the northwestern and Midwestern United States. Super One is a small chain, with just over 30 stores operating under that name; the Brookshire family who owns the stores also operate locations under the name Brookshire’s and FRESH by Brookshire’s. Super One sells a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, many of which are privately branded.. See Super 1 Foods Application.

Randalls: Randall’s Food Markets is a smaller American grocery store chain with just over 100 locations in the state of Texas. It is a subsidiary of Safeway, Inc. Randall’s sells a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged food items, along with common household products, beauty products, and more. Some locations offer bakeries, delis, pharmacies, in-store coffee shops, photo processing services, and gas stations.. See Randalls Application.

Dierbergs: Dierbergs Markets is an American company that operates 25 grocery stores in the states of Illinois and Missouri. Their stores sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, and most locations have in-store bakeries, delis, and pharmacies. Some Dierbergs Markets host cooking classes and other community events. The stores also feature a large selection of organic products.. See Dierbergs Application.

Fairway Market: Fairway Market is a smaller U.S. chain of grocery stores, but it is one of the highest-grossing grocery stores in the country. It operates 14 grocery stores in New York and also has 3 wine shops. Fairway Market is known for low prices and its selection of unusual imported products. They also sell name brand groceries and offer organic options.. See Fairway Market Application.

Bashas’: Bashas’ is a small, family owned and operated chain of grocery stores with just over 100 locations in Arizona, California, and New Mexico. They have stores under four different names: AJ’s Fine Foods, Bashas’, Bashas’ Diné Markets, and Food City. Bashas’ stores are known for their freshly made bakery items, their in-store butcher shops, and their assortment of fresh produce.. See Bashas’ Application.

Superior Grocers: Superior Grocers is a small American chain of grocery stores with fewer than 100 locations in Southern California. The company aims to sell high-quality foods and affordable prices, and to provide good customer service. Their large stores sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, and each location has its own bakery, deli, and fresh tortilla stand.. See Superior Grocers Application.

Foodland: Foodland is a smaller American chain of grocery stores with fewer than 100 locations in the eastern United States. Their stores are typically located in smaller towns and rural areas, and the stores in more populated areas are larger and carry more products. Foodland often has its own gas stations and convenience stores, and features internet shopping services and delivery options.. See Foodland Application.

Foodtown: Foodtown is a relatively small co-op of grocery stores. This American company has just over 50 locations in the northeastern United States, and each of these locations is independently owned and operated. Foodtown aims to provide fresh foods and excellent customer service, and their stores offer an array of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods. Stores feature delis, bakeries, and pharmacies.. See Foodtown Application.

City Market: City Market is a small American chain of grocery stores with fewer than 50 locations in the Rocky Mountain region of the United States. Their company is a subsidiary of the larger Kroger corporation. City Market stores sell an array of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, and their locations feature in-store bakeries and delis.. See City Market Application.

Acme Markets: ACME Markets Inc. is an American chain of grocery stores that operates in the eastern United States. There are just over 100 locations, and the company is a subsidiary of the larger Albertsons grocery store corporation. ACME markets sell a variety of name brand or privately branded fresh, frozen, and packaged foods.. See Acme Markets Application.

Weis Markets: Weis Markets, Inc. is an American chain of grocery stores with more than 150 locations in the eastern United States. Their stores are found in smaller towns and cities as well as in rural areas. Weis Markets sell a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods. They sell name brand items alongside a large selection of privately branded products.. See Weis Markets Application.

Supervalu: Supervalu Inc. is a retail company based in the United States that operates more than 2,500 grocery stores across the country. They operate stores under a variety of names, including Cub Foods, Shoppers Food & Pharmacy, Farm Fresh Food & Pharmacy, and Shop ‘n Save. These stores offer a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged goods, and some locations feature pharmacies and in-store bakeries and delis.. See Supervalu Application.

Marc’s: Marc’s is an American retail company that operates a chain of discount drug and grocery stores. It is a regional chain with fewer than 100 locations in the state of Ohio. Marc’s stores feature in-store pharmacies that provide prescription and over-the-counter medications. They also offer a range of grocery items and pet supplies, and are known for closeout departments, which allow customers to purchase limited-supply items at low prices.. See Marc’s Application.

Smith’s Food And Drug: Smith’s Food and Drug Centers, Inc. is a supermarket company that is based in the United States. It is a subsidiary of the Kroger Company and has more than 100 locations, found mainly in the southwestern and northwestern states. Their stores offer a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged goods, and feature in-store delis, bakeries, and pharmacies.. See Smith’s Food And Drug Application.

A&P Supermarket: A&P, short for the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company is a privately owned retail company that operates grocery stores and liquor stores in the United States. It was once a major grocery company but has declared bankruptcy and will close all stores in November 2015. They offered many private brands of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, and store often featured instore bakeries and coffee shops.. See A&P Supermarket Application.

Mi Pueblo Food Center: Mi Pueblo Food Center is a privately owned retail company that operates grocery stores. It is a small, regional chain with 19 locations in the state of California. Mi Pueblo has a Latin market atmosphere and offers a large selection of Latin-style and imported foods from Central and South America.. See Mi Pueblo Food Center Application.

Lucky Supermarket: Lucky Stores, or Lucky Supermarkets, is a chain of grocery stores that is based in the United States. It is a subsidiary of the larger Albertsons and Save Mart Supermarkets companies. Lucky Supermarkets are designed to be neighborhood-friendly, offering products unique to their communities’ needs. They offer a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged foods, and most locations feature in-store bakeries, delis, and pharmacies.. See Lucky Supermarket Application.

Pricesmart: PriceSmart Inc. is a company that is based in the United States and operates membership-only stores that have a warehouse-style format. They have 36 different warehouse locations in countries around the world. Their stores are smaller than most American warehouses and offer lower membership fees; their stock is also more tailored to their local communities.. See Pricesmart Application.

Pro’s Ranch Market: Pro’s Ranch Market, or Los Altos Ranch Market as it is now called, is a grocery store chain with locations in the southwestern United States. Their stores offer Latin and American fresh, frozen, and packaged foods and everyday items, and their labels and website are bilingual. Los Altos offers community bilingual classes, and stores feature taquerias and tortillerias serving handmade Mexican meals.. See Pro’s Ranch Market Application.

Amigos United: Amigos United is a division of United Supermarkets, which is a subsidiary of the major Albertsons grocery store company. Amigos United is a small chain of international-inspired grocery stores that operates in Texas and Mexico and provides name-brand American grocery items and traditional Latin items from other countries. They also sell fresh hot Latin meals.. See Amigos United Application.

Brookshire’s: Brookshire Grocery Company, or Brookshire’s, is a privately owned chain of grocery stores that is based in the United States. They have more than 150 locations in the southern region of the country. Brookshire’s sells a variety of fresh, frozen, and packaged goods, some of which are name brand and some of which are privately branded. Their stores also feature pharmacies, bakeries, and delis.. See Brookshire’s Application.

Harveys Supermarkets: J.H. Harvey Co., LLC, or Harveys Supermarkets, is a chain of grocery stores that is based in the United States. They operate more than 50 large supermarkets in the southern region of the country, and they are a subsidiary of the Southeastern Grocers company. Harveys sells a variety of name brand and privately branded fresh, frozen, and packaged goods along with everyday items. Some locations feature in-store pharmacies.. See Harveys Supermarkets Application.

Market Street United: Market Street United is a division of the United Supermarkets supermarket chain, which is a subsidiary of the major Albertsons company. Market Street sells a variety of name brand and privately branded fresh, frozen, and packaged foods along with everyday items. They also gourmet products and offer a large selection freshly prepared meals that can be eaten in the store or taken home.. See Market Street United Application.

Martin’s Food Markets: Martin’s Food Markets is a chain of grocery stores that is based in the United Statse and operates in the eastern region of the country. They are owned and operated by the Royal Ahold and Giant-Carlisle companies, and their stores are identical to the latter’s stores. Uniquely, most of their locations are open 24 hours a day.. See Martin’s Food Markets Application.

Pick ‘N Save Grocery: Pick ‘N Save Grocery is a publically owned U.S. chain of supermarkets. They operate under that name in Wisconsin as part of the Roundy’s Supermarkets company. The corporation is set to merge with Kroger in the coming year. Pick ‘N Save offers name brand and privately branded specialty items along with the usual fresh, frozen, and packaged foods and everyday items.. See Pick ‘N Save Grocery Application.

Super H Mart: Super H Mart is a division of the privately owned company H Mart. The grocery store chain is based in the United States and has just under 50 locations in North America and the United Kingdom. They specialize in a selection of imported and difficult to find Asian foods, and also sell typical grocery items, small home appliances, and everyday items.. See Super H Mart Application.

Waldbaum’s: Waldbaum’s is a former chain of grocery stores that was privately owned and based in the United States. They had many locations in the state of New York, but the company went bankrupt and has recently closed their doors, selling former locations to other supermarket companies. Waldbaum’s was a subsidiary of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company.. See Waldbaum’s Application.

Woodman’s Market: Woodman’s Market is a chain of grocery stores that is based in the United States. They are a smaller chain, operating fewer than 20 locations in the states of Wisconsin and Illinois. Woodman’s stores are owned by employees and are open 24 hours a day. Their warehouse-style stores sell a variety of foods, a large selection of alcoholic beverages, and feature sushi bars and package pick-up services.. See Woodman’s Market Application.

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