Ingles

InglesEric Glenn / Shutterstock.comIngles is a supermarket chain in the southeast of the United States with more than 200 locations. The store has its own brand name, Laura Lynn, which offers quality products at lower costs than some brand names. Ingles clearly cares about its customers – customer service is a top priority in these stores, coupons and deals are easily accessible and Ingles even has a registered dietitian who writes a health blog on their website. Ingles customers can ask questions and receive personalized tips on shopping for better health.

Giant Eagle

Giant EagleEric Glenn / Shutterstock.comGiant Eagle is a northeastern supermarket chain with 417 locations in five different states. Customers love their loyalty program, which allows you to collect points in the store and redeem them later for savings. In addition, Giant Eagle offers FuelPerks !, a program that offers 10 cents discount on every gallon of gas when you buy $ 50 in groceries. They also offer Curbside Express, a shopping service that lets you create a shopping list online and an employee can do the hard work for you. All you have to do is pick up your appetite on the sidewalk!

Wegmans

Wegmanstarheel1776 / Shutterstock.comWegmans is a supermarket with locations only in Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Wegmans offers an app that organizes your shopping list to reduce the confusion when shopping – and helps you get away in less than 30 minutes. The staff is well trained to ensure that you get the help you need while shopping; the training program for each staff member is specifically tailored to the part of the store in which they are stationed. Producer employees of the aisle are trained for products and people who work in the cheese path receive extensive training on selecting cheese. Wegmans also offers deals with local vineyards and wineries to offer special wines that you can only find at Wegmans; Wegmans offers free tastings of wine, beer and cheese at weekends. Turn up.

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navigation channelRoman Tiraspolsky / Shutterstock.com Although the only locations in New York City and New Jersey are, this supermarket chain is one of the best. Fairway started as a humble supermarket stand on the Upper West Side; When it was opened, the Fairway storefront was named by the father-son duo in honor of the old family affair. With family values ​​and a passion for fresh food as the core of the company, the fourteen locations of Fairway and four beverage markets continue to offer a variety of high-quality foods at fair prices. Fairway also supports the local community by donating thousands of kilos of food to local organizations every year.

Publix

PublixMilesbeforesleep / Shutterstock.comPublix has offices in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia, with most of their locations in Florida. And if you ask a Floridian, they will tell you: Publix is ​​pretty good. You rarely hear someone looking for messages, but in Florida this is considered normal. First, Publix offers excursions to primary school pupils. Children in school uniforms and paper hats? Adorable. If they are not on an excursion, children can still have fun at Publix because of the free cookies distributed at the bakery. Publix is ​​also known for its stellar sandwich shop, also called Pub Subs & # 39; called. Frankly, Pub Subs are perhaps the best tasting sandwiches in all of Florida. They are so good.

Hy-Vee

Hy-VeeKen Wolter / Shutterstock.com Hy-Vee is a full-service supermarket chain in the Midwest that is so much more than just a supermarket. Their locations have brought in bakeries, delicatessens, flower departments, dining and eating, wine and spirits, pharmacies, health clinics and coffee shops. In addition, Hy-Vee has expanded its HealthMarkets, which sell natural and organic products. Hy-Vee customers can create an account online to stay up-to-date on sales and discount coupons, as well as all in-store events in their area.

Meijer

MeijerJonathan Weiss / Shutterstock.com This mid-western supermarket chain has more than 200 locations, most of which are located in Michigan, where the store's headquarters are located. Like Target and Walmart, Meijer sells both groceries and commercial goods; it was actually one of the first stores to do that. Meijer has its own store brand products and a drugstore, making it the embodiment of convenience for residents of the Midwest. Need something? YOU know they have it with Meijer.

Winn-Dixie

Winn-DixieKen Wolter / Shutterstock.comWinn-Dixie owns and operates approximately 500 retail locations in Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia and Mississippi. Southerners like to shop because of the many deals and excellent customer service. Winn-Dixie now also offers delivery on the same day. They are known for their own brand of soft drinks, with more than 20 different flavors and diet- and decaffeinated varieties. It became even more popular after a children's novel (and later, film) about a dog named after the store became famous – "because of Winn-Dixie."

Stop & Shop

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