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Old 03-09-2009, 06:00 PM
Location: Living in Hampton, VA
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In Hampton Roads VA we have
Food Lion
Farm Fresh
Bottom Dollar- A low budget Food Lion

P.S. When I lived in Brooklyn, my supermarket of choice was Stop and Shop and Pathmark.
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Old 11-07-2013, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Rachael84 View Post
NYC metro area: Stop & Shop, King Kullen, Key Food, Shop Rite, Waldbaums (kosher), Pathmark, Whole Foods. I might be leaving out a couple that I forgot.
I would add to this above list: Aldi, Pioneer and Met.
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Old 11-07-2013, 03:28 PM
Location: Charleston, SC
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In Charleston now:

Harris Teeter (just bought most of Piggly Wiggly's stores, plus they have several others that have been there for decades)
Bi-Lo (bought several other Pig stores)
Food Lion
Piggly Wiggly (down to just a few stores in area)
IGA also owns a few stores in the rural areas.
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:55 PM
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In Nebraska


Bag N'Save
No Frills

Trader Joes
Wal Mart, including the neighborhood markets
Bakers (now owned by Kroger, from what I know, Bakers in NE, Dillon's in KS, and City Market and King Sooper in Colorado are part of the same division of Kroger)

Lincoln NE
Super Saver
Russ's Market (owned by Super Saver, and is the smaller, more neighborhood type store, while Super Saver is more of a warehouse type store.

Wal Mart
Trader Joes

Most of the smaller cities in Nebraska over 10,000 people have a Hy-Vee or Super Saver in Eastern NE. In Western NE, Safeway is the main store. Wal Mart Supercenters are pretty common statewide.
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Old 11-08-2013, 01:09 AM
Location: West Coast - Best Coast!
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We have a lot of markets in the Seattle area:

QFC (Kroger)
Fred Meyer (Kroger)
Haagen/Top Foods
Metropolitan Market
Central Market
Red Apple
PCC (natural/organics co-op)
Uwajimaya (Asian supermarkets)

Trader Joe's
Whole Foods
Sam's Club (though we have very few - Costco obv. owns this market since it's based here)
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Old 11-08-2013, 02:06 AM
Location: Sandy Springs (ATL)
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Rouses...nuff sed
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Old 11-08-2013, 09:36 AM
Location: Jersey City
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So which would win in a fight:
  • Wegmans; or
  • Publix?

I know there are passionate fans of both out there. I've never been to a Publix, but friends give them the same kind of rave reviews. Are the two comparable, or is one a clear winner?
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Old 11-08-2013, 02:59 PM
Location: The Heart of Dixie
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Here in Charleston, West Virginia we have Krogers, Foodland, Save a Lot, Walmart, Sams Club, and Target.

In the Baltimore area there was Walmart, Target, Costco, Sam's Club, Giant, Safeway, Food Lion, Shoppers, and a local chain called Mars, plus fewer numbers of Weis Markets.
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Old 11-08-2013, 03:08 PM
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Florida is a supermarket desert. We primarily have just Publix in terms of traditional grocers with any kind of presence. There are a smattering of Winn Dixie and Sweetbay stores but not enough to compete statewide. Beyond that we have about a dozen Whole Foods, Trader Joe's just arrived with a few stores open so far and a ragtag group of independents beyond the big box national chain options such as Target and WalMart. It's sad having a monopoly because product options are somewhat limited and prices are higher.
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Old 11-08-2013, 04:00 PM
Location: Dallas,Texas
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Dallas-Ft. Worth

Trader Joe's
Walmart (and Walmart Neighborhood Market)
Super Target
Sam's Club
Whole Foods
Central Market
Minyard Food Stores (once was a major chain in the DFW area with over 80 stores, now has less than 15 stores)
WinCo Foods (coming soon)
Tom Thumb (Safeway)
Market Street (now apart of the Albertsons chain)
H-E-B (has a very small presence in DFW)
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