Eagle Quality Centers - Local grocery store chain
Eagle Quality Centers is a subsidiary of Carrs-Safeway; a supermarket chain that is located in Anchorage, Alaska. Eagle is a grocery store that stocks a broad variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and cheeses and more with various locations across Alaska. Customers can enjoy hugely competitive prices and a great selection of quality produce from groceries to pharmaceuticals and electronics. As the company is run by Carrs-Safeway, shoppers can expect the same great service and high-quality products that the company is known for. Eagle Quality Centers are your one-stop destination for all your grocery and everyday needs.
Eagle Quality Centers - Alaska's own
Eagle Quality Centers are a subsidiary of Carrs; a popular supermarket chain with stores across Alaska. The supermarket chain was founded by Larry Carr who opened his first store in Eastchester in 1950. A couple of decades later numerous Carrs stores could be found across southcentral Alaska. In the 1990s Carrs stores branched out to other areas of Alaska including Juneau and Ketchikan. In 1999 Carrs was aquired by Safeway Inc. The company continues to thrive across Alaska as both Carrs-Safeway and Eagle Quality Centers. Quality, fresh produce and a wide selection of groceries with competitive prices and a friendly atmosphere make Eagle Quality Centers the go-to store for shoppers across Alaska.