Food City marks 100th Anniversary

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – Today marks Food City’s 100th birthday.

The grocery industry has changed over the past 100 years.

From the days of groceries being stored behind the counter to self-service supermarkets, automatic doors, scanning registers, self-checkouts, curbside pickup and home delivery.

To celebrate the milestone Food City will be giving away $100,000 to local charities.

Rick Bishop of Food City says “it means everything our company is a we are very determined that we are going to give back we don’t just want to come in and take we give back to our communities and one of the ways we do that is through different charitable organizations food banks just all kinds and this gives us an opportunity during our 100 years to be able to help again with some charities.”

The contest begin April 18th you can visit Food City’s website to vote for a local charity.

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