Who bought Bashas grocery store?
Raley’s announced Wednesday the completion of its acquisition of The Bashas’ Company, a deal first announced in October. The Bashas’ Company, which operates more than 100 grocery stores in Arizona (and two in New Mexico), will now join a newly formed enterprise, The Raley’s Companies.
Is Bashas owned by Kroger?
Bashas’ is a family-owned grocery store chain, primarily located in Arizona, with two locations outside the state in Crownpoint, New Mexico, and Shiprock, New Mexico. Its headquarters are in unincorporated Maricopa County, Arizona, near Chandler. As of December 15, 2021, Bashas’ is owned by Raley’s Supermarkets.
Is Bashas going out of business?
Bashas’ announced the locations today of all 14 stores it plans on closing by October 10. The family-owned chain filed for bankruptcy last month, but vows to stay afloat as a company and even improve its remaining 130 stores.
Did Bashas sell?
Bashas’, “Arizona’s hometown grocer,” announced late last week that the company is being sold to Raley’s Holding Company, an independent grocery chain based in Sacramento, Calif. The sale is said to include all of Bashas’ brands, AJ’s Fine Foods and Food City.
Is Raley’s owned by Kroger?
The investigation into the acquisition by The Kroger Company (“Kroger”) of 18 supermarkets from Raley’s Corporation in the Las Vegas, Nevada area has been closed.
Do brothers own Aldi and Trader Joe’s?
A popular misconception about Aldi U.S. BB #:116756 is that it’s a sibling company, or at least a cousin, to Trader Joe’s BB #:162286. It is not. While the two chains have some similarities, with both following a low-price, private-label-dependent strategy, they are independently owned and operated.
Where is Kroger meat from?
The class action lawsuit argues the Kroger beef products in question actually “are made from a mixture of domestically born and raised cattle … and imported beef … as well as imported live cattle.”