County Market Weekly Ad - County market is a supermarket chain operating in the Midwestern and southern United States. Currently, more than 100 independently owned County market stores operating in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wisconsin and is part of the company SuperValu Inc. Supervalu Foods acquires Cub Foods in 1980, the Chain was founded in suburban Minneapolis in 1968. Cub opened as a Wholesale warehouse business model "no frills" with the bare bones of the building, industrial shelving and check stand with a conveyor belt. A souvenir market in Ashland County, Wisconsin. Many stores are located in smaller cities and towns, and most of the features in the bakery and deli.
It was in 1917 when Ferd Niemann, SR. and Steve Niemann opened their first grocery store. It took a lot of hard work and progressive thinking, but they managed. By 1930, they operate 10 corner shops and a thriving wholesale business. In 1940, Niemann foods, Inc. introduced the first full service supermarket to Quincy, Illinois. It's the same hard work and forward thinking that has led two generations more through growth is the largest independently owned supermarket chain in central Illinois.
Today, more than 100 pet food, grocery, hardware, pharmacies and gas stations are part of the family of the NFI in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Missouri. They continue to serve their communities each with its own commitment to take care of their customers. We have more than 3,000 active NFI Associates who have ownership through employee stock option purchase plan (ESOP). As associate owners there is a stronger focus on selling fresh produce, listening and responding to customer needs and build a lasting relationship with courteous service. The commitment will continue to be the basis for growth and success for future generations.
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