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  2. Amigo Supermarkets - Wikipedia

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    Amigo ran into serious economic problems in the 1990s, most of them having to do with employee salary. As a consequence, the company began losing money. There were several strikes , and these received wide media attention.

  3. Buehler's Fresh Foods - Wikipedia

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    On October 18, 2017, Buehler's parent company, E&H Family Group, announced its decision to sell the 13 supermarkets to employees in the form of an employee stock ownership program (ESOP). The ESOP will be operated by the newly formed Buehler’s Fresh Foods, led by an experienced team of Buehler’s veterans, including Dan Shanahan, Buehler’s ...

  4. Lunds & Byerlys - Wikipedia

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    History Lunds History. Russell T. Lund Sr. founded a grocery called Hove's in 1939 at the corner of Lake Street and Hennepin Avenue in the Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis. . Russell Lund, Sr., an employee, took an equity stake in the cheese and cracker department in 1922 and after founding a popcorn business, a larger stake in

  5. Acme Fresh Market - Wikipedia

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    After the loss of their local Acme store in 1997, residents in West Akron rallied for a new supermarket to move in. Henry Johnson, a longtime Acme employee, worked with Acme and the city to open a new grocery store. Henry's Acme, the company's first and only franchise location, opened in 2000.

  6. Supermarket - Wikipedia

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    They determined that the first true supermarket in the United States was opened by a former Kroger employee, Michael J. Cullen, on 4 August 1930, inside a 6,000-square-foot (560 m 2) former garage in Jamaica, Queens in New York City. The store, King Kullen, operated under the slogan "Pile it high. Sell it low."