Jerry's Foods

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Jerry's Enterprises, Inc
Private company
IndustryGrocery stores
FounderGerald A. Paulsen
United States
Key people
Robert Shadduck
RevenueUS $740 Million[1]
Number of employees
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Jerry's Enterprises, Inc. is an operator of County Market, Cub Foods, Jerry's Foods and Save-a-Lot grocery stores headquartered in Edina, Minnesota. Jerry's Foods is the largest Cub Foods franchise in the United States and runs 17 retail supermarkets in the Twin Cities, 6 in Wisconsin and 13 in Florida.[2]

Additionally Jerry's owns 4 Liquor stores (two operating as Cub Liquor), 5 Hardware stores, 2 Print Shops and 2 Thrift Bakeries as well as additional property interests.

Jerry's Enterprises was founded in 1947 by CEO Gerald A. (Jerry) Paulsen.


In 2004, the company expanded into Wisconsin with the purchase of two County Market stores from Dick Schmitz, a Hudson businessman, for an undisclosed price. In 2014, Jerry's purchased 7 Rainbow Foods stores from Roundy's, a Milwaukee company. 4 converted into Cub Foods and 3 currently remain Rainbow. All are located in Minnesota[1]


  1. ^ a b c d "Jerry's Enterprises, Inc. Company Profile". Yahoo! Finance. Retrieved 2007-12-31.
  2. ^ "Target North Minneapolis store to become Cub Foods". Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal. June 19, 2003. Retrieved 2007-12-31.

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