Mountain Brook, Alabama
Serving American families since 1916, Piggly Wiggly is known for a rich history. The first Piggly Wiggly grocery store was founded in Memphis, Tennessee, and has since expanded to more than 600 locations in 18 states in the Midwest and Southern regions of the United States. One site, in particular, Piggly Wiggly Crestline in Mountain Brook, Alabama, operated for 30 years until the building’s lease was not renewed and the store was shut down.
Santa Clara, Utah
In 1932, Harmon’s began with a simple vision: to be remarkable – so much so, that people will be disappointed to shop anywhere else. This ideology drove them to be uncompromising in their commitment to provide quality food, value their associates, and always exceed customer expectations by offering made-from-scratch eats and fresh local ingredients. In Harmon’s, “We’re in the people business. We just happen to sell groceries.” Now, almost a century later, Harmon’s represents 16 locations across the State of Utah. And, through it all, is their continued eagerness to be “your neighborhood grocer.”
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana–famous for good food and good culture–is home to Langenstein’s, a fifth-generation owned and operated business proudly serving customers in the area for over 90 years. Established in 1922 by Michael Langenstein and his sons George and Richard, the goal was to carry the best meat and seafood in New Orleans. The business has held firm to its original ideas, while constantly adapting to the needs and suggestions of their loyal customers.
Lafayette, Louisiana–the heart and soul of Acadiana–combines contemporary sophistication with a unique heritage and culture not found anywhere else. It is no surprise that Champagne’s Market, known for its wide selection of specialty foods and wines/liquors, is located in the city recognized for its rich variety of Southern and French cuisine.
Alamogordo, New Mexico
Lowe’s Market in Alamogordo, New Mexico has been a historical treasure for over fifty years. Overtime, the history of this quaint military base town was captured on film and the precious photos were printed and placed throughout the grocery store. Pamphlets were made with numbers correlating to each large photo mural. Customers could meander through the store and find their ancestors or take a walk down memory lane.
Fort Morgan, Colorado
Edwards Right Price Market is a family-owned and operated store located in the booming city of Fort Collins, Colorado. The store, which originally started as a humble roadside market selling local fruits and vegetables, has since evolved into a large grocery store that serves the residents of the local community.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah, located in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains, is home to a culturally diverse population. Chinatown Market was opened in 2014, to embrace this cultural melting pot, mainly catering to the Asian community. With over 35,000 square feet of Asian-themed products, Chinatown Market is able to serve a wide range of customers in the community.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
LeBlanc’s Frais Marche is located in the heart of Louisiana, where delicious food and southern hospitality are the main part of the culture. The store has embraced this culture through modern and local flair in the décor. LeBlanc’s offers a wide selection of products and provides customers with a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Housed in an old Capital One Bank, Matherne’s Market holds onto the integrity of the building’s past combined with the unique flair of downtown Baton Rouge. An old bank vault, cultured stone floors, and historic coins were preserved and used in the store’s décor. Matherne’s Market reflects the unique culture of Baton Rouge and sends a message of quality and southern hospitality to customers.