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Today, the core values of that market remain the same as envisioned by Robinson and Crawford back in 1891: a selection of quality products at competitive prices, where customers can always rely on friendly service. Over the 125+ years that Acme Markets has been in operation, Acme Markets has remained dedicated to providing their shoppers with the superior grocery experience they’ve come to expect.

In the years since they first opened their doors, Acme Markets has grown and expanded to operate nearly 200 stores throughout its native Pennsylvania, as well as serving shoppers in nearby New Jersey, Delaware, New York, Connecticut, and Maryland. To date, Acme Markets employs an estimated 20,000 associates. Acme Markets continues to offer consumers the freshest products, convenient supermarket locations, and handy additional services—such as Sav-On® Pharmacies—all tailored to the specific needs of the neighborhoods where they serve.

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Acme Markets

American supermarket chain

This article is about Acme Markets, a division of Albertsons. For the Ohio-based chain, see Acme Fresh Market.

Acme Markets lolo.svg
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryRetail
Founded1891 (130 years ago) (1891) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Headquarters

East Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania

,

United States

Number of locations

163[1]

Key people

Jim Perkins (President)
ProductsBakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, general grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks, liquor, health, beauty
ParentIndependent (1891–1991)
Albertsons (1999–present)
Websiteacmemarkets.com

Acme Markets Inc. is a supermarket chain operating 163 stores throughout Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania and, as of 1999, is a subsidiary of Albertsons, and part of its presence in the Northeast. It is headquartered in East Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania, near Malvern, a Philadelphia suburb.

Acme was established in 1891, when Irish immigrants Samuel Robinson and Robert Crawford opened a store in South Philadelphia. The company today has 163 supermarkets[2] under the Acme name in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.

After many decades of being the largest grocery retailer in the Delaware Valley, Acme fell to #2 behind ShopRite in 2011.[3] As of 2013, Acme was #3 behind #1 ShopRite and #2 Giant Food Stores in the region.[4]

History[edit]

1980s-1998 ACME logo, the "red oval" logo, a variant of the "fish eye" logo

Irish immigrants, Robinson and Crawford, founded what is now Acme in south Philadelphia in 1891, according to some sources, with other sources suggesting that it was founded in 1887 or 1872.[citation needed] In 1917, Robinson and Crawford merged Acme Markets with four other Philadelphia-area grocery stores, including English immigrant S. Canning Childs New Jersey-based American grocery chain; the new company was named American Stores. In 1927, smaller rival Penn Fruit began operating in Philadelphia's Center City. In the late 1920s, supermarkets under the American Stores banner rapidly sprouted throughout the Philadelphia region, rivaling New Jersey-based A&P, which then featured downtown stores throughout the East Coast, and as far west as New Orleans. American Stores first introduced self-service stores in shopping centers in the early 1950s.

Identity[edit]

In 1961, American Stores created a new logo (known as the "teardrop" or "fish eye"), in an attempt to eliminate the inconsistent use of the Acme Markets or Acme Super Markets script logos of the 1950s; however, its implementation was not carried out throughout the chain. American Stores' distribution center, on U.S. 30 in West Philadelphia, retained the gold script "Acme Super Markets" signage until its closure in 1993. The complex remained abandoned, complete with sign, as the last Acme store in West Philadelphia had been sold in 1980.

The new Acme logo coincided with a building style known as "A-Frame". These stores were meant to compete with A&P, Food Fair, and Penn Fruit, all of which had trademarked architecture of their own. (Larger chains Safeway, Kroger, and Grand Union competed with ACME as well, but on a smaller scale.) Most Acmes built in the 1960s were a variant of this design. These could be adapted to major streets and shopping centers alike, and averaged 30,000 square feet (2,787 m2). Trademark features included a full peaked roof and signage that resembled the then-popular lava lamp, along with a standardized emergency exit. The latter two elements were retained in Acme's 1970s prototype which succeeded many A-Frame units. In turn, the A-Frame's footprint was very similar to Acme's first standardized building model, which had been rolled out in 1955.

Expansion and acquisition[edit]

In 1961, the American Stores company acquired southern California's Alpha Beta chain of supermarkets. Many of Acme's stores in the 1960s and 1970s were paired with a regional drugstore chain, a PLCB liquor store (in Pennsylvania), a Kmart, or Woolco (earlier centers had a Woolworth), and in rarer cases a department store such as Sears or JCPenney. American Stores also bought the Philadelphia franchise rights to the then fast-growing restaurant chain Pizza Hut in 1968. Acme would also acquire a number of stores from Kmart Foods (as did A&P, Safeway, and Kroger); however, in the late 1970s, many recently closed 1950s-era supermarkets in Philadelphia and close suburbs were reopened as independents IGA or Thriftway/Shop 'n Bag. Starting in the 1980s, these independents were overtaken by family chains Genuardi's (later acquired by Safeway and now defunct) and Clemens (also defunct) along with Giant-Carlisle and Giant-Landover in newer suburbs, and modernized Acme, Super Fresh, and Pathmark stores in the city and older suburbs not long after.

From 1978 to 1982, Acme acquired many stores during Food Fair's bankruptcy, including both ex-Food Fair (by then known as discount grocer Pantry Pride) and Penn Fruit units. The bulk of these dated to the 1950s. The former Food Fair/Pantry Pride stores were replaced by or remodeled into stores with the standard Acme prototype of the 1970s, as were many expanded A-Frame buildings and a few former Pathmark (these were former ShopRite) stores. Former Penn Fruit buildings, with their trademark barrel roof, could not be adapted to this model. Even many A-Frames were replaced by the often older but larger acquired stores.

In the late 1960s into the 1970s, Acme introduced a new brand of stores, Super Saver that were high volume, but were in high-crime and low-income areas. Both chains had the slogan "Acme and Super Saver - you're going to like it here!" The brand Super Saver was retired in the 1980s, only to be resurrected in the 1990s in the West. Some isolated stores retained the signage into the early 1990s, however.

American Stores were sold in 1979 to the Skaggs Companies which took the American Stores name, moving its headquarters to Salt Lake City. Also in 1979, American Stores announced that it would be closing most of its stores in New York state. In the 1980s, American Stores undertook various acquisitions (including Chicago metropolitan area chain Jewel Food Stores) which ran the Jewel-T chain; it operated in many former urban Acme buildings. In 1995, Acme sold 45 stores in northeastern Pennsylvania to Penn Traffic.[5] American Stores was acquired by major Western and Southern chain Albertsons in November 1999.

In 2006, Albertsons' supermarket holdings were bought by Cerberus Capital Management and SuperValu and divided amongst the two companies, with Acme going to SuperValu. In 2013 Cerberus, which was operating the Albertsons stores it owned under the name Albertsons LLC, agreed to purchase Acme from SuperValu.

In July 2016, it was announced that Albertson's had entered into a purchase agreement with Ahold and Delhaize Group to replace a Giant store in Salisbury, Maryland as part of the divestiture of stores to gain clearance from the Federal Trade Commission for the impending Ahold/Delhaize merger. The store was rebranded under the Acme banner in September 2016.[6]

Current and future operations[edit]

Acme is the third-largest food and drug retailer in the Delaware Valley,[3] where it competes with such chains as Ahold's Giant-Carlisle, Giant-Landover, Food Lion, and Stop & Shop; Wakefern Food Corporation's ShopRite; Walmart and its warehouse club subsidiary Sam's Club; BJ's; Costco; natural/organic products retailer Whole Foods Market; Wegmans Food Markets; Trader Joe's and Aldi; and various smaller chains. Acme was the regional sales leader in the Philadelphia area for decades, and only lost its lead to ShopRite in 2011.

Acme offers online grocery shopping[7] for orders that can be picked up at the store. Before 2009, Acme also delivered to customers through online orders. In 2004, Acme introduced self-checkout stands, where shoppers could scan and bag their own groceries; however, many stores (including acquired stores - see below) have had their self-checkouts removed in an effort to expand customer service. In 2008, many Acme stores began adding hot food bars to the deli section.

In July 2015, Acme's competitor A&P announced it would be filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in three years and ceasing operations after 156 years. A&P began placing many of its stores up for auction shortly thereafter, and Acme placed bids on 76 of them, eventually taking the leases to 71 stores in all from A&P's namesake brand and its subsidiaries Pathmark, Waldbaum's, Superfresh, and The Food Emporium.[8] This enabled Acme to expand its footprint in the Philadelphia metropolitan area, where they competed with both Pathmark and Superfresh for business, re-establish its presence in the New York metropolitan area, which had been greatly scaled back over the previous two decades, and return to former market areas like Delaware and Maryland. In addition, Albertsons was able to return to Connecticut with some of its purchases; in 2006, Acme's corporate sibling Shaw's sold off or closed all of its stores in Connecticut. It was also announced in August 2015 that Acme would be taking over a former Genuardi's location in Barnegat, New Jersey; this was made possible by the merger of Albertsons and Safeway, which had owned the Genuardi's chain before shutting it down a few years before, and continued to own the lease on the property. (This store opened February 5, 2016.) Acme has also completed the purchases of the leases of two closed A&P stores in Boonton, New Jersey, and Patterson, New York, The Boonton store reopened on September 18, 2016,[9] The Patterson NY store reopened on August 23, 2016,[10] as well as an A&P Wine & Spirits location in Riverside, Connecticut.[11] In April 2016, Acme closed three stores it had operated in Oxford, Pennsylvania; Bridgeton, New Jersey; and Shrewsbury, New Jersey. The Shrewsbury location, however, was essentially just replaced by a former A&P Fresh store Acme acquired as a result of the A&P bankruptcy in Tinton Falls, New Jersey.

Headquarters[edit]

The headquarters of Acme are in East Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania, near Malvern.[12][13] The company was previously headquartered in Center City, Philadelphia, but moved to 75 Valley Stream Parkway in East Whiteland Township in 1988. Acme continued to house some support departments, including its accounting department, in Center City.[14]

Brands[edit]

The following are store brands that are currently sold at Acme Markets, or have been sold at Acme Markets:

Currently sold:

  • Lancaster Brand Meats
  • Lucerne Dairy Farms (acquired with Safeway)
  • Ivin's Famous Spiced Wafers
  • "O" Organic (acquired with Safeway)
  • Open Nature (acquired with Safeway)
  • Signature Kitchens (Albertsons/Safeway brand, previously Safeway Kitchens; now part of "Signature" brand collection; roll-out started in April 2016. Brand being phased out in favor of Signature Select)
  • Signature Care (Albertsons/Safeway brand, previously Safeway Care; now part of "Signature" brand collection; roll-out started in April 2016)
  • Signature Farms (Albertsons/Safeway brand, previously Safeway Farms; now part of "Signature" brand collection; roll-out started in April 2016)
  • Signature Cafe (Albertsons/Safeway brand; roll-out started in April 2016)
  • Signature Select (acquired with Safeway, previously Safeway Select; now part of "Signature" brand collection)
  • Signature Home (Albertsons/Safeway brand, previously Safeway Home; now part of "Signature" brand collection; roll-out started in April 2016. Brand being phased out in favor of Signature Select and Signature Care)
  • The Snack Artist (acquired with Safeway. Brand being phased out in favor of Signature Select)
  • Value Corner (acquired with Safeway, when brand was known as Pantry Essentials)

Formerly sold or phased-out:

  • Acme (American Stores/Albertsons/Supervalu)
  • Alpha Beta (former sister chain; only sold in Super Saver-bannered locations)
  • Bright Green (Safeway. Brand merged into Open Nature)
  • Econo Buy (American Stores)
  • Equaline (Supervalu)
  • Essential Everyday (Supervalu)
  • Farmdale (American Stores)
  • Gold Seal (American Stores)
  • Home Life (Supervalu)
  • Ideal (American Stores)
  • Louella (American Stores)
  • Market Fresh (Supervalu)
  • Osco Drug (American Stores)
  • Sav-on Osco by Albertsons (Albertsons)
  • Shoppers Value (Supervalu)
  • Super Chill (Supervalu)
  • Supreme (American Stores)
  • Virginia Lee (American Stores)
  • Wild Harvest (Supervalu)

In popular culture[edit]

Main article: Acme Corporation

The Acme name was used for a fictional corporation in many Warner Bros. cartoons, such as Road Runner/ Wile E. Coyote in the 1940s onward. Acme was a popular name for businesses at the time. The name was not only used for fictional markets, but drugs, delivery services, anvils, and even traffic signal companies. Today, the Acme name is most commonly associated with the Northeastern supermarket corporation, Acme Markets.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"All ACME Markets Locations - Pharmacy, Grocery, Weekly Ad". local.acmemarkets.com.
  2. ^Allison, Cheryl (November 16, 2015). "Three area SuperFresh stores become ACME markets this week". Main Line Times.
  3. ^ ab"ShopRite edges Acme in Philadelphia-area grocery sales". Interstate General Media - philly.com. Retrieved October 26, 2012.
  4. ^"ShopRite, Giant dominate Delaware Valley and Philadelphia market share". Equity Retail Brokers. Retrieved May 10, 2017.
  5. ^"PENN TRAFFIC CLOSES 45 ACME STORE DEAL". Supermarket News. Retrieved February 1, 2015.
  6. ^"ACME Grand Opening in Salisbury". WBOC. Retrieved July 20, 2020.
  7. ^"Shop". AcmeMarkets.com. Archived from the original on April 28, 2006. Retrieved January 30, 2008.
  8. ^"Three area SuperFresh stores become Acme markets this week". Digital First Media. Retrieved December 16, 2015.
  9. ^"Acme opening Friday at former Boonton A&P". Daily Record. Retrieved August 15, 2018.
  10. ^Carey, Margaret. "ACME Celebrates Grand Opening of Patterson, NY Store". www.hamlethub.com. Retrieved August 15, 2018.
  11. ^"A&P selling 3 more sites to Acme; Green Way brand to Allegiance". supermarketnews.com. January 14, 2016.
  12. ^"Acme Fast FactsArchived July 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine." Acme Markets. Retrieved on February 14, 2011. "Division Office Headquarters at 75 Valley Stream Parkway, Malvern, PA 19355"
  13. ^"Zoning Map". East Whiteland Township, Pennsylvania. Retrieved March 31, 2021.
  14. ^"Acme Tradition / HistoryArchived May 30, 2007, at the Wayback Machine." Acme Markets. Retrieved on February 14, 2011.

External links[edit]

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How many ACME Markets Pharmacy locations are there in the United States in 2021?

There are 100ACME Markets Pharmacy locations in the United States as of October 10, 2021. The state with the most number of ACME Markets Pharmacy locations in the US is New Jersey, with 47 locations, which is 47% of all ACME Markets Pharmacy locations in America.

Due to COVID-19, some of the locations may be temporarily closed.

Map of ACME Markets Pharmacy locations in the United States in 2021

Map of ACME Markets Pharmacy locations in the United States in 2021

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Top States with the most ACME Markets Pharmacy locations: New Jersey Vs. Pennsylvania Vs. Delaware

New Jersey

Population: 8.88M

47 Locations (47%)


A location for every 188,978 people, with about 47% of the total number of ACME Markets Pharmacy locations

Pennsylvania

Population: 12.80M

37 Locations (37%)


A location for every 346,000 people, with about 37% of the total number of ACME Markets Pharmacy locations

Delaware

Population: 974.00K

9 Locations (9%)


A location for every 108,222 people, with about 9% of the total number of ACME Markets Pharmacy locations


There are 51 US States and Territories without any ACME Markets Pharmacy locations.

US States and Territories without any ACME Markets Pharmacy locations

These States and Territories do not have any ACME Markets Pharmacy locations - Arizona, American Samoa, Arkansas, Alabama, Wyoming, Alaska, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington, Vermont, U.S. Virgin Islands, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Dakota, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Puerto Rico, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, Nevada, New Mexico, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Dakota, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Northern Mariana Islands, Missouri, Minnesota, Michigan, Maine, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Hawaii, Guam, Georgia, Florida, District of Columbia, Connecticut, Colorado and California.


Top 10 cities with the most number of ACME Markets Pharmacy locations in the US

CityState/Territory Number of Locations
PhiladelphiaPennsylvania11
BensalemPennsylvania2
NewarkDelaware2
WilmingtonDelaware2
TrentonNew Jersey2
Jersey CityNew Jersey2
MediaPennsylvania2
HockessinDelaware1
BearDelaware1
SmyrnaDelaware1

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Name Street City State Zip Code Phone Latitude Longitude Address Country Last Updated Date
ACME Markets Pharmacy Media527 E Baltimore PikeMediaPA19063610-565-065739.9159182-75.3782299527 E Baltimore Pike, Media, PA, 19063USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Glen Mills101 Byers DrGlen MillsPA19342610-361-952339.88426788-75.52781822101 Byers Dr, Glen Mills, PA, 19342USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Phoenixville785 Starr StPhoenixvillePA19460610-935-779140.12379148-75.50699619785 Starr St, Phoenixville, PA, 19460USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Newark100 Suburban DrNewarkDE19711302-453-233539.6680165-75.7755328100 Suburban Dr, Newark, DE, 19711USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Hockessin128 Lantana DrHockessinDE19707302-234-900439.77366907-75.70854583128 Lantana Dr, Hockessin, DE, 19707USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Rehoboth Beach18578 Coastal Hwy Unit 13Rehoboth BeachDE19971302-644-190338.7365138-75.1436297918578 Coastal Hwy Unit 13, Rehoboth Beach, DE, 19971USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Wilmington4365 Robert Kirkwood HwyWilmingtonDE19808302-636-114439.72876964-75.652979554365 Robert Kirkwood Hwy, Wilmington, DE, 19808USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Bear146 Fox Hunt DrBearDE19701302-836-938739.60656437-75.71214616146 Fox Hunt Dr, Bear, DE, 19701USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Middletown460 E Main StMiddletownDE19709302-449-186839.44850696-75.69769858460 E Main St, Middletown, DE, 19709USA2021-10-10
ACME Markets Pharmacy Newtown48 West RdNewtownPA18940215-504-551240.234762-74.945082748 West Rd, Newtown, PA, 18940USA2021-10-10

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