As of 2012, the HEB grocery store chain had more than 350 operational stores in Texas and northern Mexico. Despite fierce competition from chains such as Tom Thumb and Kroger, HEB continues to be prosperous in the south.Know More
In 2012, HEB was ranked No. 12 on the Forbes 2012 list of America's largest private companies. HEB, which stands for Howard E. Butt, the founder, earns roughly $18 billion dollars annually.
HEB's headquarters are located in Houston, Texas, and the company produces its own line of foods that offer consumers lower-priced options to name-brand goods. The chain's modern designs, low prices, and multitenant operation, which includes businesses such as IBC Bank and Panda Express, keeps HEB popular among Texan and Mexican residents.Learn more about Grocery
Basics Cooperative Natural Foods, Daniels’ Sentry Foods, Pick 'n Save and Woodman’s Markets are grocery stores operating in Janesville, Wisconsin, as of 2015. There are also specialty grocery stores, such as Asian Grocery and La Fiesta Mexicana.Full Answer >
Lorenzo Smith opened the first Smith's grocery store in 1911. Lorenzo's son, Dee Smith, grew the company significantly from the late 1940s until his death in 1984. Fred Meyer acquired Smith's in 1997, and Kroger Company acquired Fredy Meyer in 1999.Full Answer >
Steak-umm is a frozen beef and chicken product line that is available in grocery stores across the United States. Steak-umm's original product is a thin-sliced steak that works well in sandwiches, salads and other dishes.Full Answer >
Walmart, Safeway and King Soopers are grocery stores that sell dry ice. Penguin Brand sells dry ice, and it provides a directory of stores in which its products can be purchased by searching by address or zip code. Dry Ice Info also provides a directory of stores where consumers can purchase dry ice.Full Answer >