Food City salutes Sheriff’s Office honorees

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Food City was recognized as a supporter of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office at this week’s banquet to confer officer of the month and year awards.

Officer of the Year is …

Food City volunteers boost community

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Each year Food City recognizes outstanding volunteerism among its associates through the Claude P. Varney Volunteer Recognition Program. Special committees are established to review associate volunteer activities and select individual …

Lend a helping hand through Project Help

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This week Food City joined others to kick off the 2020 Project Help campaign. The KUB-affiliated program has provided emergency heating assistance to those in need for 19 years. And …

John Jones is TGCSA 2020 Retailer of the Year

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John Jones, executive vice president/director of store operations for Food City’s retail grocery chain, has been named the 2020 Retailer of the Year by Tennessee Grocers & Convenience Store Association. …

Food City boosts SCAN’s gift bags

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The Knox County Sheriff’s Office has thanked corporate partner Food City for assisting once again with gift bags for seniors.
Sheriff Tom Spangler posted on social media: “Each year our SCAN (Senior …

Proud to help United Way

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Emerson Breeden and I visited the United Way of Greater Knoxville this week to meet the new CEO, Matt Ryerson, and do a ceremonial check presentation of Food City’s $37,000 …

Happy Thanksgiving!

Betsi JamesOn the Grow

Thanksgiving fixings abound at area Food City stores. Check out specials good through Thursday, Nov. 28, at Food City_11.22 Knox ROP And remember, Food City stores will close at 3 …

Work begins on Grassy Creek

Sandra ClarkOn the Grow

Knox County officials were all smiles Monday as developers broke ground on a new, $45 million, multi-acre retail development on Schaad Road at Oak Ridge Highway. Grassy Creek will be …