Like any power player calling the nation's capital as its home, Giant Food owes its success in some measure to charisma and influence: No food retailer is as closely linked to Washington's communities as Giant, and no chain ever worked any harder to win that trust. As Giant marks its 75th anniversary in 2011, it remains a mainstay of the Washington community. And though it's been more than a decade since Giant has been operating as a division of the international retailer Ahold, its ...

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