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  2. BI-LO (United States) - Wikipedia

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    The result was the new Super BI-LO concept of a larger store layout featuring a greater selection of healthier foods, specialty foods, and organic foods. The company opened new Super BI-LO branded stores as well as remodeled older stores in affluent neighborhoods during this redesign period. In 2005, Ahold sold BI-LO/Bruno's to Lone Star Funds.

  3. Harveys Supermarkets - Wikipedia

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    This location closed in 2021 and currently operates as a Food Lion. Exterior of a now-closed Harveys store in Jacksonville, Florida. J.M. Harvey Co., LLC, under the trade name Harveys Supermarkets, is an American supermarket chain with stores in Georgia and Florida. The majority of the Harveys stores are between 18,000 and 35,000 square feet ...

  4. Southeastern Grocers - Wikipedia

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    Southeastern Grocers. Southeastern Grocers (formerly Bi-Lo Holdings) is an American supermarket portfolio headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. The portfolio was created by Lone Star Funds in September 2013 as the new parent company for Harveys, Winn-Dixie, and Fresco y Más. Southeastern Grocers was rated #31 in the Forbes 2015 ranking of ...

  5. Winn-Dixie - Wikipedia

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    Winn-Dixie was founded and built up by William Milton Davis and his sons Artemus Darius Davis, James Elsworth Davis, Milton Austin Davis and Tine Wayne Davis. William Davis started in business in Burley, Idaho, where he bought a general store in 1914 that he later renamed Davis Mercantile. As was common then, he sold most goods on credit.

  6. Lowes Foods - Wikipedia

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    Lowes Foods in Simpsonville, South Carolina. Lowes Foods is an American supermarket chain based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The chain initially grew in the mountains of North Carolina and rural areas of Virginia, but, starting in the late 1990s, it expanded in metropolitan areas of North Carolina and South Carolina. [citation needed]

  7. Red Food - Wikipedia

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    Fate. Merged into BI-LO. Headquarters. Chattanooga, Tennessee. Red Food Stores, Inc. (or simply Red Food) was a supermarket chain company headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It operated stores mostly in northwest Georgia, northeast Alabama, and southeast Tennessee. Around 55 stores were operated in the same three states. [1]

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