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Piggly Wiggly is a grocery retailer that sells a wide range of products, and has departments like bakery, produce, dairy & cheese, meat, and more. The deli section offers rotisserie chickens, hot wings, mac and cheese, and potato salads. The grocery retailer has fresh fruits and vegetables in the produce section every day.
The supermarkets sell certified Angus beef and Farmland pork, and have a “Pig Points” service where you acquire points by using your Preferred Club Card that you can redeem for discounts on gas and grocery items. The company offers an entire selection of gluten free products including Amy’s frozen meals, Domata Living flour and Love Grown granola. The stores offer other brands such as Food Club, Paws Premium and Valu Time.
Piggly Wiggly is a family-owned and operated chain of grocery stores headquartered in Keene, New Hampshire, with over 600 stores in 17 states. The first store was opened in 1916 by Clarence Saunders in Memphis, Tennessee. Prior to the company’s existence, it was customary for grocery shoppers to give their list to a store clerk who would then gather the items from the store’s shelves and package everything up. The company was the first grocery retailer in the U.S. to abandon this practice in favor of self-service shopping. The retailer was the first in the U.S. to implement checkout stands, mark the prices of in-store items and use refrigerated cases.