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  2. Criticism of Walmart - Wikipedia

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    The Wall Street Journal says this puts extra pressure on higher-paid workers to be more productive. Walmart insists its wages are generally in line with the current local market in retail labor. Walmart founder Sam Walton once said, "I pay low wages. I can take advantage of that.

  3. Bottom Dollar Food - Wikipedia

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    History. Bottom Dollar was created by parent Delhaize America at the same time as the upscale chain Bloom in 2004. The first Bottom Dollar Food opened in High Point, North Carolina, on September 21, 2005, and eventually there were around 30 stores in North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland before the expansion into other states in 2010.

  4. The Food Emporium - Wikipedia

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    From these insights came the idea of the Food Emporium format, which would mix regular and specialty items on the same shelves, rather than following the lead of other supermarkets, which at best offered a small gourmet corner. Elsewhere in the country the concept was already being refined, pioneered by Byerly Foods in Minneapolis, Minnesota in ...

  5. Harris Teeter - Wikipedia

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    Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc., also known as Harris Teeter Neighborhood Food & Pharmacy, is an American supermarket chain based in Matthews, North Carolina, a suburb of Charlotte.

  6. Lidl - Wikipedia

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    Schwarz rigorously removed merchandise that did not sell from the shelves, and cut costs by keeping the size of the retail outlets as small as possible. By 1977, the Lidl chain comprised 33 discount stores. Lidl opened its first UK store in 1994. Its grocery market share in the UK was 5.9% in 2019.