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Food City is a chain of supermarkets with stores in four states.
All about Food City
Food City is a supermarket with stores in four states (Virginia, Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee). They have their own label products as well as items from other brands. Their house label include ones like "Food City Fresh!" "Full Circle", "Food Club", "Food City Premium", and more. They sell everything you need to do your grocery shopping, including a deli, a produce section, a meat counter, fresh and frozen food, snacks, and more. They also sell flowers and gas, and some locations have a Food City pharmacy, too!
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The history of Food City
Food City was founded in 1955 and is headquartered in Abingdon in Virginia. Today, there are 122 Food City grocery store locations in 4 different states (Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia).
Food City helps give back to the local community
Did you know that Food City is an award-winning supermarket for their charitable actions? They've been consistently recognized for their hard work to give back to the local community and to help those in need. They've won awards like the Supermarket News Community Service Award (2008), the Grocer of the Year (2009) in Tennessee, and the Dale Carnegie Leadership Award (2013).
So, what exactly do they do? One thing they do is work with local animal shelters. They donate food and other needed items that shoppers can buy at the stores, who will then take care of getting it to the shelter. Shoppers can also donate money.
They also donate toys, clothes, money, and candy for children via the Appalachia Santa Train, and work with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. In both cases, they make it easy for their customers to paricipate in the charitable campaigns.