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1914: The Rabinovitz family opens the first Economy Grocery Store in Somerville, MA.
1918: The company grows to 32 stores.
Meyer Tempkin, store manager, perfects his store’s fresh produce display. Notice the sales signs for meats and chicken. And the prices, too.
1925: Sidney Rabb, “Mr. Sidney”, is named Chairman and remains so for the next 60 years.
1929: We continue to grow through the start of the Great Depression – peaking at 435 stores.
1930s: In 1935, we open RH White Foodmart, New England's first and largest self-service supermarket, featuring rock-bottom prices, more products and parking for 1,000 cars.
1937: We continue to grow throughout MA, and open in VT and NH.
1939: We start our Quarter Century Club for those who have worked here for 25 years. Fifteen employees receive this special recognition. In 2014, 159 people will be honored.
1940s: During WWII, sugar, butter and meat were rationed. Paper was in short supply. Customers were urged to send holiday treats overseas to our men in uniform.
1941: The first Stop & Shop opens in CT.
1942: Stop & Shop, Inc. becomes the official name of the company.
1949: Sales hit $50 million.
1950s: In 1959, Stop & Shop opens its 100th store in Natick, MA.
1950s: We move out to the suburbs as the baby boom begins and new highways are built.
1955: We start building a new grocery warehouse in Readville, MA.
1956: Expansion into RI begins.
1959: The Consumer Affairs Department is launched.
We build a new fully-automatic bread plant with the largest capacity of any bread bakery in New England – 7,200 loaves in one hour.
1960s: In 1965 mini-pricing is introduced with great fanfare. This new pricing strategy combines agressively low prices with increased promotional efforts.
1963: We develop the Consumer Board Program – the nation’s first network promoting face-to-face dialogue between management and consumers.
1965: Mini-pricing is introduced.
1966: “Stores of Tomorrow” open with wider aisles and new layouts to make shopping a more satisfying experience.
1968: We begin construction on a fully mechanized grocery distribution center with a completely computerized inventory system in New Haven, CT. We build a new fully-automatic bread plant with the largest capacity of any bread bakery in New England – 7,200 loaves in one hour.
1970s: Customers prefer our Stop & Shop Economy line of products, since “honest values are what Stop & Shop is all about.”
1971: We build the most technically sophisticated meat processing and distribution plant in Marlboro, MA.
1976: On January 5, 1976 at 3:27 p.m., sales reach $1 billion."