Lewis Food Town

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Lewis Food Town
Type Private
Industry Retail
Founded 1994
Headquarters South Houston, Texas
Number of locations 26
Products Beer, dairy, delicatessen, frozen foods, general merchandise, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, wine, poultry, cereal, pasta, bottled water, canned soup, cigarettes, magazines, bread, cheese, orange juice.

Lewis Food Town, Inc., doing business as Food Town Grocery Stores, is a chain of grocery stores located in Greater Houston, founded in 1994.[1] The headquarters are in South Houston.[2] Ross Lewis founded it as he came out of retirement. He currently has over 40 years of Grocer experience.[citation needed]

As of 2003 the chain had 14 stores in Greater Houston, and took a 2.57% market share in that market. As of that year the Shelby Report stated that Lewis Food Town was the sixth largest grocery store chain in Greater Houston.[3] As of 2011 the chain had 26 stores in the area. The stores are more densely located in the south part of the city.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us." Food Town. Retrieved on January 13, 2011.
  2. ^ "Lewis Food Town, Inc." Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Retrieved on January 13, 2011. "CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS 3316 South Shaver Street South Houston, Texas 77587"
  3. ^ Wollam, Allison. "Food Town to occupy portion of shuttered Auchan hypermarket." Houston Business Journal. Sunday June 8, 2003. Modified on Thursday June 5, 2003. Retrieved on January 13, 2011.

http://foodtownshopper.com/

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