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Bottom Dollar Food
Bottom Dollar Food is a retail chain of supermarkets. There is a frozen food section where products like Hot Pockets, Lean Cuisine, and Braum's ice cream is sold. There is also a snack food aisle, with chips, dips and soda. The dairy section carries yogurt, cream cheese and cottage cheese. Sliced sandwich bread, baguettes and rolls are available in the bread section, and fresh cuts of meat and poultry are sold in the meat department. Personal care items like tampons, kleenex and shampoo are available in the health and beauty department, along with cosmetics, skin care products and toothpaste. An assortment of fresh produce is sold, including fruits like bananas, apples and oranges and vegetables like carrots, sweet potatoes and corn. Household products like cleaning supplies, light bulbs and batteries are also sold.
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Bottom Dollar Food was founded in 2005 in High Point, North Carolina. The retailer is a subsidiary of the Delhaize Group and is headquartered in Salisbury, North Carolina. There are 50 store locations as of 2011, and the current President of the company is Meg Ham. The retailer operates exclusively in Philadelphia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and New Jersey. Store locations feature private brands from My Essentials and Hannaford, and implemented the European style pay shopping carts in 2013, whereby a quarter is inserted to use the cart and is returned to you when you put the cart away.