Did you know that there are really no national supermarket chains in the United States, except for those operated by retail giants Walmart and Target (both of which have supermarkets in many of their big-box stores)? As a result, supermarket popularity varies greatly by state.
As reported by Business Insider:
“Americans are passionate about their grocery stores. But some of the most popular chains in the nation only exist is particular regions, so it’s likely you’ve never even heard of some of them. The mobile search-and-discovery app Foursquare put together a list of the most visited grocery stores in each state across the U.S., based on its own visit data.”
Click here to see the most popular supermarket in each state and then take a look at this short video.