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  2. Horn & Hardart - Wikipedia

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    Horn & Hardart was a food services company in the United States noted for operating the first food service automats in Philadelphia and New York City. Philadelphia's Joseph Horn (1861–1941) and German-born, New Orleans-raised Frank Hardart (1850–1918) opened their first restaurant together in Philadelphia, on December 22, 1888. The small ...

  3. Carl's Jr. - Wikipedia

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    carlsjr .com. Carl's Jr. Restaurants LLC is an American fast food restaurant chain operated by CKE Restaurant Holdings, Inc., with franchisees in North & South America, Asia, Oceania, Europe and Africa. In 2016, Entrepreneur listed Carl's Jr. as No. 54 on their Top Franchise 500 list, which ranks the overall financial strength, stability, and ...

  4. Big Bear Stores - Wikipedia

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    Big Bear Stores was a regional supermarket chain operating in Ohio and West Virginia (both states of the United States of America) between 1933 and 2004. The company was founded in Columbus, Ohio, and was headquartered there until its acquisition by Syracuse, New York -based Penn Traffic in 1989. Upon Penn Traffic's bankruptcy in 2004, all ...

  5. Smart & Final - Wikipedia

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    Smart & Final. Smart & Final is a chain of warehouse-style food and supply stores based in Commerce, California, which developed through a series of mergers and expansions. The oldest of the combined companies, Hellman-Haas Grocery, was founded in 1871 in Los Angeles. The company operates over 250 stores in the Western United States and 15 in ...

  6. Safeway Inc. - Wikipedia

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    safeway .com. 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 features a variety of specialty departments, such as bakery, delicatessen, floral and pharmacy, as well as Starbucks coffee shops and fuel centers. [2]

  7. Walgreens - Wikipedia

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    In 2010, Walgreens acquired New York City-area chain Duane Reade for $1.075 billion, including debt, and continued to use the Duane Reade name on some stores in the New York City metropolitan area. In March 2011, Walgreens acquired Drugstore.com for $409 million.

  8. Loblaws - Wikipedia

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    Loblaw Great Food / Loblaws CityMarket. Website. www.loblaws.ca. Loblaws Inc. is a Canadian supermarket chain with stores located in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan. Headquartered in Brampton, Ontario, Loblaws is a subsidiary of Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada's largest food distributor.

  9. History of McDonald's - Wikipedia

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    The McDonald family moved from Manchester, New Hampshire to Hollywood, California in the late 1930s, where brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald ("Dick" and "Mac") began working as set movers and handymen at motion-picture studios. [1] In 1937, their father Patrick McDonald opened The Airdrome, a food stand, on Huntington Drive ( Route 66) near ...