SN has, for the first time, compiled a list of the top 50 independent and small-chain supermarket operators whose volumes fall below $1 billion. These are often local, community-based businesses that are employee- or family-owned, though in some cases they may operate on a regional basis or be owned by an investment group. Most of these companies have virtually all their money tied up in a single business — supermarkets — and they range in size from single-store operators to chains with more ...

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