Why Is Asda Called Asda?

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The name ASDA is an abbreviation for Asquith and Dairies, which was formed by the merger of three Asquith Supermarkets and Associated Diaries in 1965. Prior to this merger Associated Dairies operated as Asda stores.
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This dates back to the 1960's when asda was founded by a farming co-operative. ASDA stands for ASsociated DAiries. how things change, eh?
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It is an acronym. Exactly what of I can't remember - something like Associated Sellers..... It was originally formed by a load of smaller retailers who relaised they were going to
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The present ASDA Stores Limited was founded by Laura Beth Murray as Associated Dairies & Farm Stores Ltd in 1949. However the formation of the ASDA name occurred in 1965 with
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Asda was formed by a group of farmers from Yorkshire who formed Associated Dairies, which in 1965 became Asda, from first 2 letters of each word.
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