Jerry's Foods

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Jerry's Enterprises, Inc
TypePrivate company
IndustryGrocery stores
Founded1947
HeadquartersEdina, Minnesota, USA
Key peopleGerald A. Paulsen
CEO
Robert Shadduck
President[1]
RevenueUS $740 Million[1]
Employees2100[1]
Websitejerrysfoods.com
 
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Jerry's Enterprises, Inc
TypePrivate company
IndustryGrocery stores
Founded1947
HeadquartersEdina, Minnesota, USA
Key peopleGerald A. Paulsen
CEO
Robert Shadduck
President[1]
RevenueUS $740 Million[1]
Employees2100[1]
Websitejerrysfoods.com

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), 4 Hardware stores, 2 Print Shops and 2 Thrift Bakeries as well as additional property interests.

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

Acquisitions[edit]

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.[1]

References[edit]

  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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