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Most popular grocery store by state

(Source: Publix) (Source: Publix)
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Foursquare has released a list of the most popular grocery stores in each state. Are you planning to travel to any of these anytime soon? Here's where people are getting their groceries!

According to Foursquare, these are the most popular grocery stores in each state: 

  • Alabama: Publix
  • Alaska: Safeway
  • Arizona: FryFoodStores
  • Arkansas: Harps Food Stores
  • California: Trader Joe's
  • Colorado: King Soopers
  • Connecticut: Whole Foods Market
  • Delaware: Food Lion Grocery Store
  • Washington, D.C: Whole Foods Market
  • Florida: Publix
  • Georgia: Publix
  • Hawaii: Safeway
  • Idaho: Albertsons
  • Illinois: Jewel
  • Indiana: Kroger
  • Iowa: Hy-Vee
  • Kansas: Hy-Vee
  • Kentucky: Kroger
  • Louisiana: Rouses Market
  • Maine: Shaw's 
  • Maryland: Safeway
  • Massachusetts: Whole Foods Market
  • Michigan: Kroger
  • Minnesota: Cub Foods
  • Mississippi: Kroger
  • Missouri: Hy-Vee
  • Montana: Albertsons
  • Nebraska: Hy-Vee
  • Nevada: Albertsons
  • New Hampshire: Shaw's
  • New Jersey: Acme
  • New Mexico: Albertsons
  • New York: Whole Foods Market
  • North Carolina: Food Lion Grocery Store
  • North Dakota: Hombacher's
  • Ohio: Kroger
  • Oklahoma: Homeland Stores
  • Oregon: Safeway
  • Pennsylvania: Wegmans Food Markets
  • Rhode Island: Shaw's
  • South Carolina: Publix
  • South Dakota: Hy-Vee
  • Tennessee: Publix
  • Texas: H-E-B
  • Utah: Smith's 
  • Vermont: Shaw's
  • Virginia: Food Lion Grocery Store
  • Washington: Safeway
  • West Virgina: Food Lion Grocery Store
  • Wisconsin: Pick 'n Save
  • Wyoming: Albertsons

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