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  2. SpartanNash - Wikipedia

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    SpartanNash (formerly Spartan Stores, Nash Finch) is an American food distributor and grocery store retailer headquartered in Byron Center, Michigan. The company's core businesses include distributing food to independent grocers, military commissaries, and corporate-owned retail stores in 44 states, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.

  3. Nash Finch Company - Wikipedia

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    Nash Finch Company, headquartered in Edina, Minnesota (a Minneapolis suburb), was the second largest publicly traded wholesale food distributor in the United States, in terms of revenue, serving the retail grocery industry and the military commissary and exchange systems. Annual sales were approximately $5.21 billion.

  4. Safeway Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Safeway is an American supermarket chain founded by Marion Barton Skaggs in April 1915 in American Falls, Idaho.The chain provides grocery items, food and general merchandise and feature a variety of specialty departments, such as bakery, delicatessen, floral and pharmacy, as well as Starbucks coffee shops and fuel centers.

  5. Hy-Vee - Wikipedia

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    In fiscal year 2009, Hy-Vee had sales exceeding $6.3 billion; at the time, it was the second-largest employee-owned company in the United States and ranked by Forbes magazine the 48th-largest privately owned company in the country. More than 55,000 employees worked in the Hy-Vee family in 2009. By the end of 2009, there were 228 stores.

  6. Trader Joe's - Wikipedia

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    Those employees who were working full-time were unaffected. In 2016, employees in New York City contacted the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union because "conditions deteriorated" at their store (the Trader Joe's on Manhattan's Upper West Side). One employee who was involved in the unionization effort was "repeatedly reprimanded ...

  7. Portal:Supermarkets - Wikipedia

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    Waitrose & Partners (formerly Waitrose) is a brand of British supermarkets, founded in 1904 and acquired in 1937 by employee-owed retailer John Lewis Partnership, which still sells groceries under the brand. Its head offices are located in Bracknell and Victoria, England. Waitrose & Partners has 335 shops across the United Kingdom, including 65 ...

  8. Acme Fresh Market - Wikipedia

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    Revenue. US$9.5 million (2020) Number of employees. 1,485 (2020) Website. www .acmestores .com. Acme Fresh Market is a grocery store chain based in Akron, Ohio, that has 16 locations in Summit, Portage, Stark, and Cuyahoga counties of Northeast Ohio. It was established in 1891.