Shaw's and Star Market

Shaw's And Star Market

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Shaw’s, along with companion store Star Market, are wholly owned subsidiaries of Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based SuperValu. The company is the third-largest grocery group in the northeastern US; behind Stop & Shop and Hannaford, although Shaw’s is the largest supermarket chain whose stores are located entirely in New England.Shaws remains the only supermarket chain to operate in five of the six states in New England. The company is based in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, employing about 30,000 associates in 171 stores. The company markets products under its private labels — including products by Richelieu Foods.

Shaw’s was acquired by Albertsons in 2004, which acquired the chain from J Sainsbury plc for $2.5 billion. In 1999, Shaw’s acquired the Star Market chain of supermarkets. Star Market was formerly owned by Investcorp, which in turn purchased the chain from American Stores in 1994. American Stores had acquired Star Market through its hostile takeover of Jewel Companies, Inc., in 1984. Jewel acquired Star Market in 1964.

Shaw's operates stores in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, while Star Market operates in Massachusetts. Shaw's has an advantage over its competitors in that it operates stores in both the more populous areas of New England (including Boston, Manchester, Burlington, and Portland) and many of its vacation/resort areas (including Cape Cod, the mid-coast of...
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