SFW

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AcronymDefinition
SFWScience Fiction Weekly
SFWSafe for Work (website links)
SFWSite Foundation Wizard
SFWSeattle Film Works
SFWSystem Firmware
SFWSave for Web
SFWStateful Firewall
SFWStorage Foundation for Windows
SFWSolaris Freeware (open source software delivered in Solaris and supported by Sun)
SFWSensor Fuzed Weapon
SFWSuitable for Work
SFWShoppers Food Warehouse
SFWStefan Falz Webconsulting (Germany)
SFWSeattle Film Works Format (filename extension)
SFWSan Francisco Wharf (Amtrak station code; San Francisco, CA)
SFWSkinny Flat White (coffee slang)
SFWStabsfeldwebel (German enlisted rank)
SFWSovereign Wealth Fund (various nations)
SFWSoft Flex Wire
SFWSurfaceWorks (3D surface modeling CAD software)
SFWShell Fragment Wound
SFWSingle Fibre Working
SFWSo Freakin' What (polite form)
SFWState Farm Workstation
SFWSociety for a Friendlier World (Israel)
SFWSurface Fire Weapon
SFWSports For Women
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Dart Group comprises Shoppers Food Warehouse, a 100 percent owned chain of 37 price-impact supermarkets operating in the greater Washington, D.
Then there is Shoppers Food Warehouse, a price-impact division of Supervalu Inc.
At the end of the third quarter Supervalu's retail network consisted of 1,468 stores in 40 states, including 1,211 extreme-value outlets under the Save-A-Lot and Deals banners (encompassing 816 licensed stores and 395 corporate units), as well as 257 regional banner stores operating under such names as Cub Foods, Shop 'n Save, Shoppers Food Warehouse, bigg's, Farm Fresh, Scott's Foods and Hornbacher's.
The store base includes 1,123 Save-A-Lot extreme-value stores (consisting of 262 company-owned food stores, 778 licensed food stores and 83 Deals outlets); 208 price superstores operating under such banners as Cub Foods, Shop `n Save, Shoppers Food Warehouse, Metro and Bigg's; and 60 traditional supermarkets including Farm Fresh, Scott's Foods and Hornbacher's.
Nevertheless, the intensified competition from Shoppers Food Warehouse, the clubs and the discount drug chains has forced both Giant and Safeway to pay sharper attention to pricing, while simultaneously making adjustments in operations, product mix, merchandising and advertising.
At quarter's end SuperValu had 1,194 retail units, including licensed locations, in 37 states; 933 Save-A-Lot limited-assortment stores, including 744 licensed outlets; 198 `price' superstores under the Cub Foods, Shop `n Save, Shoppers Food Warehouse, Metro and Biggs banners; and 63 other units under the Farm Fresh, Scott's Foods and Hornbacher's names.
Jackson had been corporate senior vice president of operations for Supervalu's Shoppers Food Warehouse Corp.