harris teeter

Local News
10:01 am
Wed July 10, 2013

Purchase Could Lower Prices At Harris Teeter

Kroger suppliers could take over the production of some Harris Teeter brand foods.
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For the past five decades, Harris Teeter has been a locally-based company with a relatively small chain of regional supermarkets. Not anymore. The company announced Tuesday it’s being acquired by Kroger, the nation’s largest supermarket. What could the transformation from regional chain to national subsidiary could mean for you at checkout?


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Business
10:54 am
Tue July 9, 2013

Kroger Buys Harris Teeter

Harris Teeter at the Cotswold Mall, Charlotte, N.C.
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Harris Teeter has finally found a buyer, and it's a big one. Kroger - the largest U.S. grocery store chain - is spending about $2.5 billion to buy the Matthews-based company. 

But don't expect a name change at your local stores. Kroger says it will continue to operate the Harris Teeter brand. 

Harris Teeter has been searching for a buyer for several months, and its CEO said in a press release the company is excited to become a part of Kroger. 

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WFAEats
12:29 pm
Wed May 22, 2013

Breaking Up – With Your Grocery Store – Is Hard To Do

The new Harris Teeter on Central Avenue will open at the end of May.
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Some relationships just aren’t meant to last. When you have misunderstandings, get bored, or just don’t feel appreciated, it’s time to move on.

So when the Harris Teeter grocery store in the Plaza Midwood neighborhood closed for remodeling almost a year ago, I decided to make a clean break.

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Business
10:08 am
Fri March 29, 2013

Publix Breaks Ground In Charlotte

Publix broke ground Thursday on this plot of land in Ballantyne.
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Between Harris Teeter, Food Lion, Walmart, Target, and Family Dollar, North Carolina has a lot of competitors in the grocery business. Now, add one more. Publix, the upscale Southern supermarket chain broke ground Thursday on a new store in Ballantyne, its first in North Carolina. The move is the latest volley in a supermarket war.


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