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Chandler-based Bashas' supermarket chain says it's been victimized by a cyber attack on the stores' online systems, which provided criminals with access to customer payment information.
It’s a success story 75 years in the making. Bashas’, a company that started in 1932 as a general merchandise store in present - day Chandler by Ike and Eddie Basha Sr., is celebrating its 75-year anniversary.
One of Bashas’ newest stores, at Gilbert Road and Chandler Heights in Chandler. COURTESY OF BASHAS\'
A strike at Valley Fry’s and Safeway supermarkets has been averted, at least for the foreseeable future.
Safeway and Fry’s stores expect to have enough workers to keep local stores open even if contract talks fall apart and a strike erupts.
Sprouts is readying space at Brown and Gilbert roads in Mesa for its fifth Arizona grocery store — the third in the East Valley — scheduled to debut March 19. Albuquerque, N.M.-based Sunflower Markets, which has stores in Scottsdale and Gilbert, is coming next to Tempe.
The supermarket strikes that have plagued Southern California soon could be replayed in the Valley.
For two years, grocery stores have sent customers this message: Shopping here will save you money.
Like the generation that embraced it, the supermarket is aging. August marked America’s most popular food-buying format’s 75th anniversary, but longevity is no guarantee of future survival.
A half-century after he founded the supermarket chain that still bears his name, local grocery giant Don Fry, 92, has died.
The East Valley is becoming a battleground for grocery shoppers, with giant discounters, small independents and supermarket chains fighting for market share.
Mi Pueblo Supermercado, an upscale Hispanic market being developed in Mesa, has scheduled a job fair July 15 to fill many of the 300 jobs available at the store.
National drugstore giant CVS announced Monday that it plans to buy half of rival Eckerd, including all the Arizona stores, forming the country’s largest pharmacy retailer with more than 5,000 stores in 36 states.
Arizona is growing by leaps and bounds. This is especially true in the East Valley. And as people move to these areas, they will need to fill daily living needs, including grocery shopping.
This July 18, 2008, file photo shows a McDonald's drive-through menu in New York printed with calorie counts for each food item. Calorie counters beware: Some chain restaurant food and frozen supermarket meals can be more fattening than the nutrition labels indicate, according to researchers.
Mesa has attracted a high-end produce and health-food store the city thought might pass it by as the business expanded in the Valley.
Fresh & Easy, 10781 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., just a block north of Shea Boulevard, is finally open for business.
A grocery chain planning an Arizona expansion is continuing to sign leases for massive stores across the Valley even as the company says it's not sure when or where it will open shops.
The cards were stacked against Will Prather from the get-go.
Gabriel Vega, a fueler for Bashas’ Distribution Center in Chandler, finishes filling up one of the nearly 100 tractor trailers at the supermarket chain’s center on Thursday. Each truck has two 100-gallon diesel fuel tanks.
Maria Ramos of Gilbert shops inside the newly opened buybuy BABY with her 1-year-old daughter, Audrina. The supermarket-sized baby store, a new chain for big-box bedding giant Bed, Bath & Beyond, opened this week in Chandler.
A strike at Valley Fry’s and Safeway supermarkets has been averted, at least for now.
BOISE, Idaho - An investment group including Cerberus Capital, Kimco Realty Corp. and Minnesota-based supermarket chain Supervalu is near a deal to buy Albertsons Inc., the second-largest U.S. supermarket chain, for about $9.6 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Grocery giant Kroger Co., parent of Fry’s Food & Drug stores, has submitted a bid for on-the-block Albertsons, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reported.