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'''Winn-Dixie''' is a grocery store chain based in Jacksonville, Florida with several locations in the [[Birmingham District]]. The company bought out the [[Birmingham]]-based [[Hill's Food Stores]] in the 1960s.
 
'''Winn-Dixie''' is a grocery store chain based in Jacksonville, Florida with several locations in the [[Birmingham District]]. The company bought out the [[Birmingham]]-based [[Hill's Food Stores]] in the 1960s.
  
The company went through a bankruptcy reorganization in [[2005]] and was purchased by Greenville, South Carolina's Bi-Lo chain in [[2012]].
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The company went through a bankruptcy reorganization in [[2005]] and was purchased by Greenville, South Carolina's Bi-Lo chain in [[2012]]. The combined holding company, reorganized in September [[2013]] by Lone Star Funds as "Southeastern Grocers", moved its headquarters to Jacksonville, Florida.
  
 
The company began modernizing its area stores in [[2012]], beginning with a $2.4 million renovation of the [[Montevallo Road]] location. The remodeled store included an expanded deli and bakery with prepared foods. The kitchen is overseen by chef [[Scott Lokey]].
 
The company began modernizing its area stores in [[2012]], beginning with a $2.4 million renovation of the [[Montevallo Road]] location. The remodeled store included an expanded deli and bakery with prepared foods. The kitchen is overseen by chef [[Scott Lokey]].
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In March [[2018]] Southeastern Grocers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, reporting more than $1 billion in debts. Plans were announced to close 94 stores, including 10 of its 56 Alabama locations.
  
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
 
* [[Chelsea]]
 
* [[Chelsea]]
* 339 [[Walker Chapel Road]], [[Fultondale]] ([[1989]]–)
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* 339 [[Walker Chapel Road]], [[Fultondale]] (1989–)
* [[Five Points West]]
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* 4496 [[Center Point Road]], [[Pinson]]
 
* 4496 [[Center Point Road]], [[Pinson]]
 
* [[Montgomery Highway (Vestavia Hills)|Montgomery Highway]], [[Vestavia Hills]]
 
* [[Montgomery Highway (Vestavia Hills)|Montgomery Highway]], [[Vestavia Hills]]
* [[Montevallo Road]], behind [[Montclair Road]] [[Publix]] ([[1999]]–)
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* Store No. 435: 4476 [[Montevallo Road]], behind [[Montclair Road]] [[Publix]] (1999–)
 
* 2910 [[Morgan Road]], [[Bessemer]]
 
* 2910 [[Morgan Road]], [[Bessemer]]
* 2653 [[Valleydale Road]], Indian Springs
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* 2653 [[Valleydale Road]], [[Indian Springs Village]]
* 465 [[Main Street]], [[Trussville]]
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* 465 [[Main Street (Trussville)|Main Street]], [[Trussville]]
 
* 4205 [[University Boulevard East]], [[Tuscaloosa]]
 
* 4205 [[University Boulevard East]], [[Tuscaloosa]]
 
* 9750 Alabama 69 South, [[Tuscaloosa]]
 
* 9750 Alabama 69 South, [[Tuscaloosa]]
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==Former Locations==
 
==Former Locations==
 
* [[Palisades Shopping Center]], [[Birmingham]] (1980s–2000s)
 
* [[Palisades Shopping Center]], [[Birmingham]] (1980s–2000s)
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* Store No. 405: 2220 [[Bessemer Road]], [[Five Points West]] (closed 2018)
 
* 2402 [[Old Springville Road]], [[Clay]] (1995-2015)
 
* 2402 [[Old Springville Road]], [[Clay]] (1995-2015)
 
* [[Flintridge Centre]], [[Fairfield]]
 
* [[Flintridge Centre]], [[Fairfield]]
* [[Roebuck Marketplace]] (–[[2008]])
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* [[Roebuck Marketplace]] (–2008)
* [[Brookwood Village Convenience Center]] ([[1974]]–)
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* [[Brookwood Village Convenience Center]] (1974–)
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* 4496 [[Pinson Boulevard]]
 
* 851 [[Park Road]], [[Pleasant Grove]]
 
* 851 [[Park Road]], [[Pleasant Grove]]
 
* [[Alabama State Highway 150]], [[Hoover]]
 
* [[Alabama State Highway 150]], [[Hoover]]
 
* [[Helena Marketplace]], [[Helena]]
 
* [[Helena Marketplace]], [[Helena]]
 
* [[Moody]] (1990s–2000s)
 
* [[Moody]] (1990s–2000s)
* [[Village Green Shopping Center]], [[Gardendale]] ([[1972]]–[[1989]])
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* [[Village Green Shopping Center]], [[Gardendale]] (1972–1989)
 
* [[McFarland Mall]], [[Tuscaloosa]]
 
* [[McFarland Mall]], [[Tuscaloosa]]
 
* [[Allison-Bonnett Memorial Drive]], [[Hueytown]]
 
* [[Allison-Bonnett Memorial Drive]], [[Hueytown]]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
[http://www.winndixie.com Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. website]
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* Beahm, Anna (March 15, 2018) "Winn-Dixie parent company to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy." {{BN}}
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==External links==
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* [http://www.winndixie.com Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. website]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:56, 18 November 2020

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Winn-Dixie is a grocery store chain based in Jacksonville, Florida with several locations in the Birmingham District. The company bought out the Birmingham-based Hill's Food Stores in the 1960s.

The company went through a bankruptcy reorganization in 2005 and was purchased by Greenville, South Carolina's Bi-Lo chain in 2012. The combined holding company, reorganized in September 2013 by Lone Star Funds as "Southeastern Grocers", moved its headquarters to Jacksonville, Florida.

The company began modernizing its area stores in 2012, beginning with a $2.4 million renovation of the Montevallo Road location. The remodeled store included an expanded deli and bakery with prepared foods. The kitchen is overseen by chef Scott Lokey.

In March 2018 Southeastern Grocers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, reporting more than $1 billion in debts. Plans were announced to close 94 stores, including 10 of its 56 Alabama locations.

Locations

Former Locations

References

  • Beahm, Anna (March 15, 2018) "Winn-Dixie parent company to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy." The Birmingham News

External links