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Posted: 6:00 a.m. Saturday, April 19, 2014

Best and Worst Supermarket Chains



By Clark Howard

ClarkHoward.com


A new tally of supermarkets names a Northeastern regional chain as the best grocery store in the nation.

Consumer Reports has crunched the data and found Wegmans to be the top pick. For those who are not familiar with Wegmans, this is a store that has been consistently adored through the years by people who shop there.

In second place, we have Trader Joe's, the national alternative grocer that is a real crowd pleaser and distinguishes itself by doing natural and organic food for less money.

In third place, we have the Southeastern regional chain Publix, which has topped the American Customer Satisfaction Index for some 20 years. They're followed by Costco Wholesale, Sprouts, Market Basket, Fairway Stores, WinCo, and Aldi.

At the other extreme, the lowest score was earned by Walmart!

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