Grocery stores and pharmacies serving Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC, and Delaware. [Description from dmoz]
A monster among mid-Atlantic grocers, Giant Food (dba Giant-Landover) operates more than 180 Giant Food and Super G supermarkets. It's #1 in the Baltimore and Washington, DC markets; it also operates in the most populous areas of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia. Most of its supermarkets house full-service pharmacies and some have Toys "R" Us toy departments. The company also operates its own dairy, beverage bottling, and ice cream plants. Founded in 1936, Giant was acquired in 1998 by Ahold USA, which owns about 700 supermarkets in the US, including the New England-based Stop & Shop chain, Giant Food's sister company. The two regional grocery chains have been jointly managed since 2004. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 132K U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor reads the Baltimore Sun and shops at shoplocal.com.
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