Middle-Class America’s Favorite Grocery Stores

7-Eleven: Although we might not normally think of 7-Eleven as a typical grocery store.

Kroger: Kroger is your go-to supercenter, with groceries, pharmacy, gas, and clothes all in one spot. 

Whole Foods Market: Even though many jokingly refer to it as “Whole Paycheck” because of the upscale prices.

Circle K: Like 7-11, you might not think of Circle K in the realm of grocery stores.

Amazon Fresh: During the COVID-19 pandemic, Amazon Fresh became a hit for contact-free online grocery shopping.

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Winn-Dixie: Winn-Dixie is a budget-friendly haven with killer deals like buy-one-get-one-free and bulk discounts. 

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Safeway: Safeway’s got you covered in 19 states, mainly in the West and Northwest. 

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Save-A-Lot: Save-A-Lot is ideal for budget-minded individuals and families looking for the best prices. 

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Trader Joe’s: We probably all have a Trader Joe’s-obsessed friend in our lives.

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Piggly Wiggly: Piggly Wiggly has been the OG self-service grocery store since 1916.

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