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Publix Super Markets tops the list of privately-owned supermarkets in the US. The nation's largest employee-owned company, Publix has grown faster and been more profitable than its rivals. More than two-thirds of its 1,200-plus stores are in Florida, but Publix is gaining an increasing presence in Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Publix's manufacturing operations produce award-winning bakery and dairy products as well as deli goods. More than 950 store locations have pharmacies and some have liquor stores, too. Founder George Jenkins began offering stock to Publix employees in 1930.
At Kroger, we believe no matter who or where you are, you deserve affordable, easy-to-enjoy, fresh food. This idea is embodied in a simple tagline—Fresh for Everyone™. With annual sales of more than $121.1 billion, Kroger ranks as one of the world’s largest retailers. We are nearly half a million associates across 2,800 stores in 35 states under two dozen banners and in over 34 manufacturing and 44 distribution locations, all dedicated to living our Purpose: to Feed the Human Spirit™. Together, we serve over eleven million customers daily through seamless digital shopping, in our stores and through delivery, serving America through food inspiration and uplift. We are an associate-first, inclusive culture of diverse backgrounds, skills and experiences. Our people are essential to our success, and we focus intentionally on attracting, developing and engaging a diverse workforce that represents the communities we serve. We’re proud that our culture has been recognized among the best of the best by leading organizations including Forbes, Newsweek, the Human Rights Council, Computerworld, Diversity Equity Index and others.
What started small, with a single discount store and the simple idea of selling more for less, has grown over the last 50 years into the largest retailer in the world. Each week, approximately 220 million customers and members visit approximately 10,500 stores and clubs under 48 banners in 24 countries and eCommerce websites. With fiscal year 2021 revenue of $559 billion, Walmart employs over 2.3 million associates worldwide. Walmart continues to be a leader in sustainability, corporate philanthropy and employment opportunity. It’s all part of our unwavering commitment to creating opportunities and bringing value to customers and communities around the world. Working at Walmart Our people make the difference. That phrase started as a meeting theme in 1979 and has since been our way of thinking. We couldn’t serve our customers without the continued support of our greatest asset: our associates. We’re proud to support them by offering jobs at all levels – and investing in our workforce through training and skills development so that all jobs lead to careers. At Walmart, we remind ourselves each day that our work isn’t just about what we achieve but how we achieve it. The way we conduct our business is as important as the products we sell and the services we provide. That means complying with the laws of the communities where we do business. But that is not enough. Associates who work at Walmart are expected to operate based on our high standards and values—respect, service, excellence, and integrity. Acting consistently with these values demands that a culture of integrity guides all our decisions. Our Code of Conduct reflects who we are as a company and how we bring our culture to life in our work every day. It applies to every Walmart associate. We also expect our business partners to embrace our values and meet these high standards. Associates and partners who do not share these values do not belong at Walmart. Our commitment to integrity is reflected in our actions. From ensuring the food and products we sell are safe; to using technology and data ethically and responsibly; to investigating concerns raised by our customers, associates, and stakeholders. Our commitments are embedded into every action we take. Integrity builds trust. That’s why our associates, customers, investors, suppliers, and business partners choose Walmart—they know we are a business they can trust.
Target is one of the world’s most recognized brands and one of America’s leading retailers. Serving guests at over 1,800 stores nationwide and on Target.com, we make Target our guests’ preferred shopping destination by offering outstanding value, inspiration, innovation and an exceptional guest experience that no other retailer can deliver. Target is committed to responsible corporate citizenship, ethical business practices, environmental stewardship and generous community support. Since 1946, we have given 5 percent of our profits back to our communities. Our goal is to work as one team to fulfill our unique brand promise to our guests, wherever and whenever they choose to shop.
Giant Eagle, Inc., ranked among the top 40 on Forbes magazine’s largest private corporations list, is one of the nation’s largest food retailers and distributors with approximately $8.9 billion in annual sales. Family-owned and founded in 1931, Giant Eagle, Inc. has grown to be the number one supermarket retailer in the region with more than 410 retail locations in Pennsylvania, north central Ohio, northern West Virginia, Indiana and Maryland. Giant Eagle strives to be a best place to work in the eyes of the nearly 32,000 individuals who work in our stores, pharmacies, warehouses and in our corporate offices. At Giant Eagle, you'll have the opportunity to develop a real career with countless opportunities for you to grow with us. The way we conduct business and treat one another – our Team Members, customers, community members and valued partners – defines what the Giant Eagle culture is all about.
Neither teetering nor tottering, Harris Teeter operates about 200 supermarkets in North Carolina and seven other southeastern states and the District of Columbia. Most of the regional chain's grocery stores feature niceties such as sushi bars, gourmet delis, cafes, and wine departments; many also house pharmacies. Harris Teeter, which also has a handful of distribution centers, is accelerating its growth in Maryland, northern Virginia, and the competitive Washington, D.C., market and nearby suburbs. Formed by the combination of Harris Super Markets and Teeter's Food Marts in 1960, Harris Teeter was acquired by holding company Ruddick in 1969. Harris Teeter accounts for more than 90% of its parent's sales.
McDonald’s is proud to be one of the most recognized brands in the world, with restaurants in over 100 countries and billions of customers served each year. As the global leader in the food service industry, we have a legacy of innovation and hard work that continues to drive us. Today, we are growing with velocity and are focused on modernizing our experiences, not to make a different McDonald’s but to build a better McDonald’s. About 80% of the restaurants are run by franchisees or affiliates.
Safeway is proud to serve neighborhoods across the country with the freshest groceries at a great value. We offer innovative products and programs that seek to improve consumers’ health and quality of life. The employees that make this possible are the heart of our company, and they are an essential part of our strong heritage and clear vision for the future. We are proud to offer products and programs that seek to improve shoppers’ quality of life, such as our innovative pharmacies and brands like Eating Right® and O Organics®. We currently own over 1,400 stores, in addition to operating warehouse distribution centers, manufacturing plants and regional supermarkets, including Vons, Pavilions, Carrs/Safeway, Randall’s and Tom Thumb. The success of our company is built on the supportive leadership and collaborative employees who work on our teams.
At BJ's Wholesale Club, every Team Member has the same goal, to Delight Our Members. This common purpose means working as a Team. Working with us means enjoying a supportive and engaging workplace committed to developing great talent. We know that the most important factor in our success is our people! BJ's Wholesale Club was the first retailer to introduce the warehouse club concept in the northeastern United States. Today, we’re a multibillion dollar operation with more than 200 clubs in 16 states from Maine to Florida. While our Members know us for helping them save up to 25% off grocery prices every day, our Team Members love us for providing a supportive and engaging workplace that’s committed to developing great talent.
Dollar General Corporation has been delivering value to shoppers for more than 80 years. Dollar General helps shoppers Save time. Save money. Every day.® by offering products that are frequently used and replenished, such as food, snacks, health and beauty aids, cleaning supplies, basic apparel, housewares and seasonal items at everyday low prices in convenient neighborhood locations. Dollar General operated 17,177 stores in 46 states as of January 29, 2021. In addition to high-quality private brands, Dollar General sells products from America's most-trusted manufacturers such as Clorox, Energizer, Procter & Gamble, Hanes, Coca-Cola, Mars, Unilever, Nestle, Kimberly-Clark, Kellogg's, General Mills, and PepsiCo. Learn more about Dollar General at www.dollargeneral.com.