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  2. WinCo Foods - Wikipedia

    WinCo Foods, Inc. is a privately held, majority employee-owned American supermarket chain based in Boise, Idaho, with retail stores in Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington. It was founded in 1967 as a no-frills warehouse-style store with low prices.

  3. Harps Food Stores - Wikipedia

    Harps Food Stores, Inc., based in Springdale, Arkansas, is a local chain of 114 supermarkets located across Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas. The company sells both groceries and sporting goods in some larger stores, with several locations also incorporating pharmacies and fuel centers.

  4. Lunds & Byerlys - Wikipedia

    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 1939. The chain took the Lunds name in 1964. Lunds and Byerly's were competing companies until 1997 when Lunds acquired Byerly's.

  5. Buehler's Fresh Foods - Wikipedia

    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 ...

  6. Acme Fresh Market - Wikipedia

    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.