FINAST


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FINASTFirst National Stores (US grocery chain)
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Although part of First National Supermarkets, the stores operate under the names of First National, Finast, Super Finast, and Edward's Warehouse.
It continued to expand through a series of acquisitions over the next 14 years, adding Ohio's Finast Supermarkets chain in 1988; Williamsville, N.
still ranks as the town's leading employer, with 15,000 local workers, the city's second-, third- and fourth-largest employers-Ameritech Ohio, Finast Supermarkets and Dillard Department stores - are not manufacturers.
At Edwards, a division of Ahold, Finast lemon pepper fillets had a better spread against Mrs.
Construction of a new 48,500-square-foot Finast Supermarket in Bay Shore, New York, has begun, according to RAL Design Associates and Affiliates, architects and engineers on the project.
He had formerly been vice president of perishables and vice president of deli, food service and bakery at Finast supermarkets in Cleveland.
is still the town's leading employer with 15,000 local employees, the city's second-, third- and fourth-largest employers - Ameritech Ohio, Finast Supermarkets and Dillard Department Stores - are not manufacturers.
Finast, Maple Heights, Ohio, and HyVee, West Des Moines, Iowa.
Tops entered the Cleveland market in 1996 with the acquisition of the Finast chain.
In 1993 the East Coast Finast stores were converted to the Edwards Super Food Stores banner when the chain switched to EDLP to boost sales.