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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 1:11 pm    Post subject: Other names YOUR favorite grocery store goes by! Reply with quote

Ever wonder what other names your favorite grocery stores go by?
Such as: Albertsons is also called Jewel/Osco & SavOn & etc... in other states.
Same store - Different Name:
There's even past biographies on our favorite stores listed Razz
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Here are the National chain stores. To view their biographys & links / locations, click the link above.

Super Fresh
The Food Emporium
Food Basics USA
A&P Super Foodmart
Delhaize Group
Bottom Dollar
Food Lion
Kash n' Karry
Sweetbay Supermarket
Baker's Supermarkets
City Market
Food 4 Less
Fred Meyer
Fry's Food
Jay C
King Soopers
Roche Brothers
Scott's Food & Pharmacy
Piggly Wiggly
Royal Ahold
Giant Food (Maryland)
Giant-Stop & Shop
Stop & Shop
Tom Thumb
Sears Grand
Bristol Farms
County Market - in 20 states
Cub Foods
Farm Fresh
Lazy Acres
Lucky Stores
Shop 'n Save
Shoppers Food & Pharmacy
Star Market
Sunflower Market
Target Stores
Whole Foods Market

Regional and local chains
Acme Fresh Market operating in the Akron, Ohio area
Adams Super Food Stores (New England)
Andronico's (California)
Associated Supermarkets (New York City area)
Balducci's (New York City, Washington, D.C., and their suburbs)
Bashas' (Arizona)
Big Y Foods (New England)
BI-LO (southeastern United States)
Breaux Mart Supermarkets (New Orleans, Louisana area)
Brookshire's (Texas & Louisiana) - also runs Super1 Foods in East Texas; Shreveport, Louisiana; Monroe, Louisiana; and West Monroe, Louisiana
Brookshire Brothers (Texas) - brother of aforementioned Brookshire's
Broulims (Idaho)
Brown & Cole (Washington)
Cost Cutter (New Jersey)
Food Depot - also in North Carolina, Georgia as part of SuperValu
Food Pavilion
Red Apple
Bruno's Supermarkets (southeast)
Buehler's (Ohio)
Buehler's Buy-Low (Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky)
Butera (Illinois)
Busch's (southeast and Central Michigan)
C-Town (northeastern United States)
Cannata's Family Market (southern Louisiana)
Coborn's (Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin)
Copps Food Center (Wisconsin)
Crest Foods (Oklahoma City area)
D'Agostino's (New York)
D&W Food Centers (Michigan)
Dahl's Foods (Des Moines, Iowa, area)
David's (rural north Texas)
Dehoff's Key Markets (Bay Area, California)
DeMoulas' Market Basket (New England: Massachusetts/New Hampshire)
Dierbergs (Greater St. Louis, Missouri)
Econofoods (Twin Cities, Western Wisconsin)
Fareway (Iowa)
FasChek (Charleston, West Virginia area)
Felpausch (Michigan)
Fiesta Mart (Houston, Dallas, Austin & Waco, Texas) Hispanic and International foods.
Food Basket (California)
Food City (Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee)
FoodFair (southeastern Ohio, Eastern Kentucky, and western West Virginia)
Food Giant
FoodLand (Hawaii)
FoodLand Supermarkets (West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, Pennsylvania)
Foodtown (Northeast, mainly New Jersey) (a similarly named store, "Food Town", operates in the Houston, Texas area)
The Fresh Market (North Carolina based - southeast, Midwest, Pennsylvania)
Gelson's Super Market (southern California)
Gerland's Food Fair (Houston, Texas)
Giant Eagle (eastern United States)
Glen's (northern Michigan)
Grand Union (Hudson Valley New York, rural Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania) - a.k.a. GU Family Markets
Greer's Food Tiger (south Alabama)
Gristedes (most in the Borough of Manhattan, New York City)
Grocer's Pride (Houston, Mississippi)
Haggen Food & Pharmacy (Washington, Oregon)
Top Food & Drug
Handy Andy (San Antonio, New Braunfels, Seguin, Schertz)
H-E-B (Texas, Mexico) Also operates H-E-B Plus and Central Market.
Harding's Friendly Markets (southwestern Michigan)
Harris Teeter (southeast)
Harp's Market (Arkansas, Kansas, regional southern states) competes against Wal-mart in small towns, larger stores include sporting goods.
Heinen's Fine Foods (Greater Cleveland)
Homeland (Kansas, Oklahoma, and formerly Texas)
Holiday Quality Foods (Northern California)
Hugo's (North Dakota, Minnesota)
Hy-Vee Food Stores (Hundreds of stores in 7 Midwest and Central states)
Ingles (South)
Jimbo's... Naturally! (San Diego County, California)
Jons (Los Angeles inner-city)
Karns Quality Foods (metropolitan Harrisburg area, Pennsylvania)
Key Food (metro New York City)
Key Markets - also see Dehoff's Key Markets - (Bay Area, California)
King Kullen (Long Island, and Staten Island, New York)
Kings (New Jersey and New York)
Kowalski's (Minnesota)
Kuhns (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
La Fiesta (San Antonio, Texas)
Lena's (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Lowes Foods (North Carolina, south Carolina, Virginia)
Lund's (Minnesota)
Macey's Market (northern Utah)
Magruder's (Washington, DC region)
Market Basket (SE Texas, SW Louisiana)
Mars (Greater Baltimore area)
Marsh (Indiana, Ohio including O'Malia's and Lo-Bill chains)
Matherne's Supermarkets (Baton Rouge, Louisiana area)
Martin's Super Markets (Indiana)
Martin's Super Food Stores (New York)
Mayfair Markets (Hollywood, California)
Meijer (Midwest)
Met Foods (New York City and Northern NJ)
Miner's Incorporated (Upper Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan)
SuperOne Foods
Minyard's (Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex - operates also under the names "Carnival", an ethnic-oriented line, and "Sack and Save", a discount line
Nash Finch Company (Upper Midwest)
Nugget Markets (northern California)
Omni Foods (Massachusetts and New Hampshire)
Pathmark (northeastern United States)
Penn Traffic (Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire)
Petosa's Family Grocery (Edmonds, Washington)
P&C Foods
Bi-Lo Foods (Pittsburgh area)
Riverside Markets
Quality Markets (Katy, TX)
Price Cutter (Southern Missouri, Northern Arkansas) - Also operates stores under the "Ramey's" and "Smitty's" flag. The Smitty's stores use the same logo as the defunct chain from Arizona.
Publix (southeastern United States)
Quality Markets (New York and Pennsylvania)
Raley's (western U.S., own Nob Hill and Bel Air)
Reams (Utah)
Reasors (eastern Oklahoma)
Red Apple (Oregon and Washington)
Red Food (southeastern United States; now merged into BI-LO)
Redner's Warehouse Markets (eastern Pennsylvania, very few in Maryland and New York)
Remke Markets (Cincinnati, Ohio metro area)
Robčrt's Fresh Market (New Orleans, Louisiana metro area)
Roth's (Northern Oregon)
Copps Food Center (Wisconsin)
Pick 'n Save (Wisconsin, Illinois)
Rainbow Foods (Minnesota)
Rosauers Supermarkets (Eastern Washington, Western Montana, Northern OR, & Western ID)
Huckleberry's Natural Market (Spokane, Washington)
Super 1 Foods
Rouse's Supermarket (Louisiana)
Rice Supermarkets Also Rice Epicurean Markets (Houston)
Preston-Safeway|Safeway (aka Preston-Safeway, unrelated to Safeway Inc.; Central Indiana)
Save Mart Supermarkets (California's Central Valley and Bay Area)
S-Mart Foods
Schnucks (Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Tennessee, Missisippi)
Logli (Rockford, Illinois)
Scolari's Food and Drug (California, Nevada)
Sedano's (Miami, Florida)
Sendik's Food Market (Wisconsin)
Sentry Foods (Wisconsin)
Shop 'n Save (Pittsburgh) (Western Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia)
ShopRite (northeastern United States)
Simon Delivers (Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota/Wisconsin online grocery)
southern Family Markets
Stater Brothers (California)
Stewart's Shops (New York and Vermont)
Stew Leonard's (New York City suburbs)
Strack and Van Til (northwestern Indiana)
Ultra Foods - discount division (Indiana and Chicago suburbs)
Straub's (St. Louis, Missouri)
Sullivan's Foods (northern & central Illinois)
Sunshine Foods (Upper Midwest)
Thriftway Supermarkets (Washington State, Eastern Pennsylvania)
Twin City Supermarket (New Jersey)
Turco's (New York)
Ukrop's (central Virginia)
United (western Texas)
Victory Super Markets (soon to be defunct, Massachusetts & New Hampshire)
Wade's (south-western Virginia)
Wegmans (Northeast)
Weis Markets (Mid-Atlantic: (Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, West Virginia))
Westborn Market (southeasten Michigan)
Wilson Farms (upstate New York)
WinCo Foods (Idaho, Oregon, California, Washington, Nevada)
Winn-Dixie (Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana)
Woodman's Food Market (Wisconsin, northern Illinois)
Yoke's Fresh Market (Spokane, Washington)

Retailers' cooperatives
Affiliated Food Stores (panhandle Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Wyoming)
Affiliated Foods Midwest (Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota)
Associated Food Stores - formerly Pacific Mercantile Cooperative
Ridley's Family Markets
Associated Grocers
Associated Grocers of Florida
Associated Grocers of the South
Associated Wholesale Grocers
Price Chopper / Price Mart
Country Mart
Cash Saver
Apple Market
Associated Wholesalers
Central Grocers Cooperative
ShopRite/Wakefern Food Corporation
Shurfine Markets
Unified Western Grocers
Western Family Foods (supermarket wholesaler) - formerly Pacific Mercantile Cooperative
Royal Blue (supermarket) (now defunct; founded in the 1930s)
Spartan Stores (Michigan) Operates several nameplates, including Glen's Markets, D&W Food Centers, and Family Fare Supermarkets. Spartan Stores is also a supplier for other, smaller supermarkets.

Deep Discount and Limited Assortment chains
Aldi - US operations of a German group
PriceRite (Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania) - owned by Wakefern
Food 4 Less (mostly south of Los Angeles, Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska, Nevada, Kansas)
Grocery Outlet (West)
Marc's/Xpect Discount Drugs (Ohio, Connecticut)
WinCo Foods (West)
Price Chopper (northeastern United States, mostly New York state)
ShopRite (New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania) - affiliates owned and operated by Wakefern Food Corporation
Smart & Final (West)
Cash & Carry (Chicago)
Supervalu (Midwest, mixed franchisee and directly-owned stores, uses banners: Cub Foods, Save-A-Lot, others)

Defunct chains
This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.
ABCO (Arizona) - a.k.a. Alpha Beta
Almacs (Rhode Island)
AppleTree Markets (Houston, Dallas & Austin, Texas) - former Safeway stores in Texas; former Safeway employees bought out the assets of Safeway and formed AppleTree; 2 AppleTree stores remain Bryan, Texas as of January 21, 2007
Bayless Markets (Arizona)
Bells (western New York) - once Loblaw's; some former stores are now Quality Markets
Big Bear (California, Ohio, New York, West Virginia)
Bohack (New York City) - based in Brooklyn but also found on Long Island. Went out of Business in the late 1970s, early 1980s
Carter's Foods (Michigan) - employee-owned chain declared bankruptcy in 2006; some stores sold to IGA
Chatham Supermarkets (Michigan)
Clemens Family Markets (Pennsylvania) - sold stores in 2006 to Ahold which were folded into the Giant-Carlisle chain; other stores were sold to Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company to be operated as Super Fresh
Consumers Food & Drug Southern Missouri. Stores Went defunct in the late 90s. Last store was in Joplin, Missouri, became Allen's Discount Foods in 2000 and finally went bankrupt in 2001 and closed the fall of that year.
Costco Fresh
Daitch's Shopwell (Metro New York City) - became Food Emporium, later sold to Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company
Eagle Food Centers (headquartered in Milan, Illinois) - 2 Eagle Country Market stores were purchased by Downtown Eagle Corporation who continues to operate the stores
Farm Fresh Supermarket - chain of 18 supermarkets located throughout Maryland; sold in 1995 by Jack Millman of Pikesville, MD for over $28 million
Farmer Jack Chain of 66 supermarkets that were based in southeastern Michigan and owned by parent company,Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company. Closed and sold off to several buyers including Kroger in July 2007
Food-A-Rama - started from a corner grocery store in downtown Baltimore City growing into a 48-store supermarket chain in Maryland, Washington, DC, Virginia, and Delaware. Was sold in 1985 to Super Rite foods of Harrisburg, PA [2]
Food Fair closed in the 1990s; Pantry Pride was part of Food Fair
Furr's Grocery - perated in the SouthWest, was related to Furr's Cafeteria
Giantway (Michigan) closed 1992
Great ASmerican (upsate New York) - last store is called Slater's Great American
Great Scott! (Michigan)
Henke - Pillot Foods (Houston, Texas) - became Kroger in 1960s
Hills Supermarkets (headquartered in Brentwood, NY) - division of Pueblo Supermarkets, closed in late 1970s to early 1980s
Jitney-Jungle - declared bankruptcy after acquiring the Delchamps chain, many locations were sold to Winn-Dixie
Kessel Food Market (Michigan) - acquired by Kroger
Kmart Foods (national)
Kohl's Supermarket (Wisconsin)
Larry's Markets (Settle, Washington region) - went bankrupt in 2006, Redmond Town Center location kept by Associated Grocers [3].
M&M Supermarkets (Savannah, Georgia) - acquired and merged into Kroger in early 1990s
MacMarr Stores (national)
Mini Max (Houston & Austin, Texas)
National Supermarkets (St. Louis, Missouri, New Orleans, Louisiana) - sold to Schnucks Markets by Loblaws of Canada in June 1995; Schnucks turned around and sold the New Orleans division to Schwegmann Giant Super Markets [4]
Olsen's Market (Lynnwood, Washington) - bought by QFC
Omni Superstore - (Chicago, Illinois - former discount division of Dominick's, sold to Safeway and store converted to Dominick's or closed)
Packer Foods (Metro Detroit, Michigan)
Pantry Pride - last store built in 1991 before the chain closed, part of Food Fair
Penn-Fruit (metro Philadelphia)
Royal Supermarket (Detroit, Michigan- division of Chatham Stores)
Schwegmanns Bros Super Food Stores (metro New Orleans) - later became Schwegmann Giant Super Markets
Smitty's (Arizona)
Star Market (New England)
Thorofare (western Pennsylvania)
The Stock Market (King County, Washington) - stores bought by QFC
'Super Duper' (western New York, Ohio) - nearly defunct; many former stores are now Jubilee
Weingarten's (Houston, Texas)
Whitefront (California)
Wrigley (Detroit, Michigan - a division of Packer Foods)

Ethnic chains

See also: Asian supermarket

99 Ranch Market - the largest Asian American supermarket chain on the West Coast
Ai Hoa Supermarket - formerly a large Chinese-Vietnamese American chain in southern California, now operates one store in Chinatown, Los Angeles
Asian Food Center (New Jersey)
Assi Plaza (New York, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Illinois, California, Texas)- Full line Asian supermarket chain
Diho Supermarket (Houston, Texas) - Chinese American
Great Wall Supermarket - Chinese-American supermarket chain
Han Ah Reum (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, Georgia, Illinois) - Korean-American supermarket chain
Hong Kong Supermarket - Chinese-American supermarket chain
Island Pacific Supermarket California, Nevada - Filipino American chain
Kam Man Food (New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts) - small Asian American supermarket chain
Lotte Plaza (Maryland, Virginia) - Full line Asian supermarket chain
Marukai - Japanese American supermarket
Mitsuwa (New Jersey, Illinois, California) - Japanese American supermarket and shopping center
Uwajimaya (Seattle, Washington)

Hispanic / Latino
Avanza Supermarket - Hispanic supermarket chain in Denver, owned by Nash Finch
Carnival - Hispanic chain in the Dallas area operated by Minyard Food Stores.
El Pueblo - Largest Latino supermarket in New Jersey. Located in Newark.
Fiesta Supermarket - Mexican-American, primarily in Texas
Publix Sabor - Hispanic, operated by Publix.
Sedano's - Hispanic chain in south Florida.
Superior Super Warehouse - Hispanic Warehouse supermarket 28 stores in southern California
Supermercados Gigante - Mexico-based supermarket chain with locations in the US.

Specialty/Natural foods
Bristol Farms
Central Market (division of H-E-B)
Earth Fare - Specialty market in the southeast
Fairway Market - New York City
FreshDirect - online grocer in New York City
The Fresh Market
Metropolitan Market -Seattle, Washington
Mollie Stone's
New Seasons Market -Portland, OR
PCC Natural Markets - Seattle, Washington area
Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-Op - Everett, Washington
Stew Leonard's - northern New York City suburbs
Trader Joe's - owned by family that owns the German Aldi group
Whole Foods Market
Wild Oats Markets - owns Capers Community Market, Henry's Farmers Market, and Sun Harvest

Chains in Insular areas

Payless Supermarkets

Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands
Supermercados Amigo
Pueblo Supermarkets
Supermercados Bonanza
Supermercados Econo
Supermercados Grande
Supermercados Plaza
Supermercados Selecto
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