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Kill Devil Hills WIC Stores NC

This page provides a list of WIC approved stores in Kill Devil Hills North Carolina. Select a location listed below to view the stores phone number, address and when they are open. If you do find a location you plan to visit, we recommend calling them before going shopping to verify they still sell items approved by the North Carolina WIC program. Sometimes their status can change from time to time. Also, you can look for the "WIC Accepted Here" sign at the grocery store or pharmacy entrance to see if they accept NC WIC benefits.

Shopping with your North Carolina WIC food guide can feel somewhat unnerving. Most grocery stores do not make it easy with the WIC logo next to the items you can purchase. Because of that, we recommend you plan out what you want to buy and make a list before you get to the store. That way it will look like you have your cart well organized and you don't end up standing in the aisle with a look of confusion with book in hand. To see what you can buy, view the NC WIC approved food list.

Until you become familiar shopping using WIC, you may want to visit one of the Kill Devil Hills WIC Approved stores listed below in the late evening or early morning when it isn't so crowded. This will allow you additional time without pressure from others to review the requirements and make sure your purchases match. If you can, try to leave the children at home with a sitter or another responsible adult and take time to become familiar with the process.

Always remember to bring your North Carolina WIC ID folder. It contains your food list and your WIC checks/vouchers. The cashier will need to see it as well when you check out. When you select one of the Kill Devil Hills WIC stores below, we will provide shopping tips to hopefully help make your shopping experience quicker and easier.

If you have any questions or issues about WIC approved stores or about your benefits, then please contact the NC WIC program.

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Harris Teeter

Harris Teeter

2012 South Croatan Hwy, Kill Devil Hills (NC), 27948, United States

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Description Harris Teeter has the freshest, highest-quality and best selection of meats, seafood and produce available. For entertaining, our Fresh Foods Market offers deli, baked goods and chef-prepared meals.

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Harris Teeter

American supermarket chain

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TypeSubsidiary
IndustrySupermarket
Founded1936 (85 years ago) (1936) in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
FounderWilliam Thomas Harris
Willis L. Teeter
HeadquartersMatthews, North Carolina

Number of locations

261 stores (11-22-21)[1]

Area served

Delaware, North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Maryland and Washington, D.C.

Key people

Rod Antolock, Tammy DeBoer, Presidents
ProductsBakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks and flowers
RevenueUS$4.54 billion (2012)

Number of employees

35,000
ParentKroger
(2014–present)
Websitewww.harristeeter.com

Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc. is an American supermarket chain based in Matthews, North Carolina, a suburb of Charlotte. As of November 2021[update], the chain operates 261 stores in seven South Atlantic states (North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Maryland) and the District of Columbia. Supermarket News ranked Harris Teeter No. 34 in the 2012 "Top 75 Retailers & Wholesalers" based on 2011 fiscal year sales of $4.3 billion.[2]

On July 9, 2013, Harris Teeter Supermarkets, announced that it was being acquired by The Kroger Company for $2.5 billion.[3] The merger closed on January 28, 2014, though Harris Teeter retained its name, brand, and headquarters in Matthews.[4]

History[edit]

Founding and early days[edit]

A 1950 ad for Harris Supermarkets. Displayed at Harris Teeter's store on Central Avenue in Charlotte, North Carolina(Store #097-00401).

Harris Teeter was founded by two entrepreneurs, William Thomas Harris and Willis L. Teeter, who started their separate businesses during the Great Depression in Charlotte, North Carolina. William T. Harris opened the first full-service drugstore called Harris Drugs and Willis L. Teeter opened Teeters Food Mart.[5] Later on they merged their two ventures.[6]

Harris, an employee of the A&P store on Central and Pecan Avenues that was Charlotte's first supermarket, borrowed funds in 1936 to open the Harris Super Market at 1704 Central Avenue.[7] The store had eight employees. It primarily sold dry groceries because frozen foods and refrigeration did not become common until World War II. To the family and their employees, it was known as Store #1. This store, later known as Harris Teeter store #201, closed on June 5, 2012, and was replaced by a two-story store #401 on the same site, which opened on May 29, 2013.

Harris' store was the first in North Carolina to allow customers to select their own groceries off the shelves. Before this time, customers handed a shopping list to a clerk, who then selected the groceries for the customers. The store was also open until 9 p.m. on Fridays, at a time when most grocery stores closed their doors at 5 p.m. This was done to appeal to working families and to capture their grocery shopping after they were paid on Fridays. Later, the Harris Super Market was the first grocery store in Charlotte to add air conditioning.[7]

Harris also ran his own dairy farm and sold products from his dairy in his stores. For his wife, LaVerne, the dairy products carried the brand name of Vernedale Farms. Harris pioneered the first dairy co‑op among local dairy farmers. After running the co-op for several years, he negotiated its sale to Pet Dairy.

Harris Super Markets began primarily as a family business. Most of Harris's brothers and sisters were employees, and brothers and brothers-in-law were store managers. His sister, Sarah, ran the accounting department and his wife's sister was Harris's personal secretary. His son, Donald Thomas Harris, began working for the company at eight years old by sweeping floors. As an adult, Donald suggested that Harris Teeter should carry more than just food products, and recommended the introduction of health and beauty aids, school supplies, bakeware, kitchen tools, and seasonal items (such as coolers in the summer). His father liked the idea and told Don that he should create and run that division of the company, which he did until his retirement in 1995. He was the last member of the family who worked for the company.

Harris was instrumental in the permanent placement of kindergartens in the South Carolina public school system, and supported the effort to turn Charleston College into what is known today as the College of Charleston.

In 1939, Willis L. Teeter, who also worked for A&P at its Mooresville, North Carolina store, with his brother Paul, who was also working for A&P, borrowed $1,700 to open Teeter's Food Mart on Main Street in Mooresville, North Carolina. A&P was closing its doors in Mooresville and agreed to lease the location to the Teeter brothers. The first Teeter Food Mart opened on July 15, 1939. Teeter's was a family-run operation. Teeter was the manager, Paul (Bill), his brother was the produce manager, and Teeter's wife, Sylvia, also worked at the store. Paul's wife, Mildred, later joined the staff as a bookkeeper as the Teeter stores expanded. The Teeter brothers believed in exceptional customer service, even having home delivery service. Because of their standards of providing great customer service and only the best products, they saw sales rise quickly. Teeter based all he would do on the Golden Rule: Treat others as you would have them treat you.

In 1946, the Teeters moved from downtown to a larger location to keep up with demand. The Teeters were leaders in installing the first automated doors and check-outs in North Carolina. In July 1953, the Teeters opened their second store in Lincolnton, North Carolina. At this point the Teeters had become a household name. Lines of eager shoppers wrapped around the new store in anticipation of being one of the first customers in Teeters' second location. The Teeters' success continued to grow and by 1957 their third store opened in Newton, North Carolina, a fourth in Cornelius, a fifth in Hickory, and a sixth opened in Morganton, North Carolina, in November 1958.[8]

After opening his sixth store Teeter joined the NC Food Dealers Association. At one of the Food Dealers meetings, Teeter met Harris. The two men decided that working together would increase the financial strength of the two supermarkets, allow them to grow more rapidly, and decrease operating costs. W. L. Teeter and W. T. Harris agreed to merge and did so in November 1959 to become Harris Teeter Supermarkets. The merger of 15 stores collectively became official in February 1960. The new company became the largest independent grocery organization in the Carolinas.[8]

New ownership and 1980s expansion[edit]

Harris Teeter was purchased in 1969 by The Ruddick Corporation, owned and run by the Bourgeois-Dickson Family.[9] The new owners introduced alcoholic beverages for sale for the first time. Harris, a devout Southern Baptist, had refused to allow the sale of alcohol, even after the merger.[7]

In 1970, the chain introduced the Big M discount concept to compete with Colonial Stores Big Star discount chain and A&P's "WEO". Those stores were mainly in working-class neighborhoods, while middle and upper-class areas retained Harris Teeter. By 1976, the chain merged the two back to Harris Teeter/More Value and finally to just Harris Teeter again in 1979.

Harris Teeter's 1980 acquisition of the Hunter Farms dairy in High Point, North Carolina, enabled the company to substantially reduce dairy costs. Today, all Harris Teeter-brand and Hunter Farms-brand dairy products come from the Hunter dairy. Hunter also provides dairy products to companies and organizations not associated with Harris Teeter, including convenience stores, schools, Lowes Foods private label ice creams, and the Wendy's Frosty.

In 1984, Harris Teeter purchased several Food World stores in and around Greensboro. As part of the purchase, the company acquired a warehouse in the western part of Greensboro. This marked the first significant foray of the company outside its Charlotte base. Before this point, the company was a grocer in the vein of Piggly Wiggly, with a mix of stores in urban and rural areas. Since 1984, Harris Teeter has focused more on higher-income urban sites. This trend continued with HT's 1988 purchase of Big Star Supermarkets, giving it a foothold in the Raleigh-Durham market.

Ashcraft retired in 1986, and Edward Dunn took over as president of Harris Teeter in that year. During Dunn's watch, Harris Teeter began expansion outside North Carolina. The first expanded stores were in the northern part of South Carolina, near Charlotte. Later expansions led the company to Myrtle Beach, Charleston, and the Hampton Roads region of Virginia. The "Very Important Customer" program, popularly known as VIC, was introduced later in Dunn's tenure. This program was one of the first widespread loyalty card programs now popular throughout American grocery stores. The VIC program advertised "giveaways" such as turkeys for Thanksgiving, beach apparel for the summer, and gift cards to Harris Teeter stores.

In 1981, Harris Teeter was one of the first grocery chains to test plastic grocery bags. In 1985 the company added child-restraint belts to shopping carts.[7] The chain's flagship store during the 1980s was in Charlotte's Cotswold neighborhood. It featured a waterfall and a fresh orange juice machine in the produce department, and for a brief period stocked fresh truffles that were flown in from France and priced at $300 a pound.[7]

This Harris Teeter in Charlotte (Store #097-00401) sits on the site of the original Harris Teeter, which was built in 1939 as Harris Supermarket and torn down in 2012 to make room for this larger store.

1990s and 2000s: further expansion[edit]

Map of Harris Teeter locations, as of December 2020 (supermarkets in green, fuel stations in red)

Fred Morganthall became president of Harris Teeter upon Dunn's retirement in 1997. Morganthall oversaw further expansion of the supermarket chain since taking over as company president. His first initial expansions moved Harris Teeter into Nashville, Tennessee; Atlanta, Georgia; and Jacksonville, Florida, which happened through the end of the 1990s.

Harris Teeter's expansion into Atlanta included 15 stores around the city and its suburbs. There were plans to further expand in Atlanta. However, these plans were only partially fulfilled and poorly executed, leading the chain to pull out of the Atlanta market altogether in 2001. Atlanta already had an established supermarket base with Publix and Kroger. Kroger quickly bought and reopened some of the former Atlanta Harris Teeter store spaces as Kroger stores, although remodeling these stores to Kroger's store floor plan and design took a few years.

Harris Teeter originally operated three stores in the greater Jacksonville area when the company expanded into that market in the late 1990s. However, only one store remains open serving Amelia Island/Fernandina Beach, and thus making it Harris Teeter's only Florida location, albeit just south of the Georgia border. The Mandarin area store closed in 2004. October 3, 2006, brought the closing of the Ponte Vedra Beach location.[10]

Starting in the 2000s, Harris Teeter attempted to differentiate itself from its competitors by providing exceptional customer service and newly "branded" departments. The first department to be "branded" was the meat department, which in June 2002 began offering "Harris Teeter Rancher" beef. This was followed by the introductions of the Farmers' Market (produce department, October 2003), the Fisherman's Market (seafood department, April 2004), and the Fresh Foods Market (deli/bakery, January 2005). Gourmet imported items are sold under the "H.T. Traders" brand.

Harris Teeter stores are now separated into 3 regions and 18 districts. The Northern Region, based in Fairfax, Virginia, encompasses all stores in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and the northern coastal area of North Carolina. The Central Region, based in Raleigh, North Carolina, encompasses stores from Greensboro/High Point to Wilmington and Albemarle. The Southern Region, based in Charlotte, contains stores in southwestern North Carolina (from Winston-Salem to Asheville), as well as South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.

As of August 2007[update], Harris Teeter had over 18,000 employees, and is the second largest supermarket chain in North Carolina, with Food Lion being number one.

By the mid to late 2000s, expansion to the Outer Banks of North Carolina had begun with stores in Corolla (May 2006), Kill Devil Hills (July 2006), and Morehead City (February 2009). The first store in Maryland opened in Darnestown on October 31, 2006; the second opened in May 2008 in Columbia's Village of Kings Contrivance, replacing the closed Safeway. The first store in Washington, D.C., opened in 2008.

Harris Teeter continues its shift into high-income urban areas. Most new stores opened in Morganthall's tenure conform to this pattern. Stores such as the original Harris Super Market, located near uptown Charlotte, remain grandfathered into the current system. With Harris Teeter's further expansion into the upscale markets, many of their older stores in lower income neighborhoods or small towns were being shut down as a result. One of Harris Teeter's oldest stores at Eastland Mall in Charlotte closed on June 22, 2006.

2010 to today[edit]

The chain's expansion into Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood was originally set for 2010. It was delayed due to "construction and financial problems".[11] As of April 2014, Harris Teeter had eleven stores in Maryland, including the Locust Point location.[12]

After selling its only other holding, American and Efird, Inc. Ruddick changed its name to Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc. in 2012. It had consolidated revenues of $4.3 billion for the fiscal year ended October 2, 2011 ("Fiscal 2011").[13]

In June 2012, Harris Teeter announced the closure of six locations outside the Charlotte core, and its purchase of ten Lowes Foods stores in the Charlotte region. In turn, Lowes Foods would take the six Harris Teeter locations that are closing and be compensated $26.5 million. Harris Teeter said this decision was based on focusing on larger, urbanized, and more upscale areas rather than rural, middle-market areas. In turn, Lowes Foods planned to shift to the western part of North Carolina, and away from Charlotte.[14] However, industry analysts speculate that these changes are happening due to the impending expansion of Publix into the Charlotte market.[15]

In 2012, Harris Teeter closed its stores in Asheville, Hickory, Shelby, Morganton, and two stores in Gastonia. Harris Teeter had been established in these markets for at least the last half-century. The company returned to Asheville in 2013 with store #348 and Gastonia in 2016 with store #281. The newer Harris Teeter in Hendersonville, as well as the Boone location, did not close. They were retained as the only Harris Teeter stores in the western part of the Charlotte market.[16] The Lowes Foods stores that became Harris Teeter were three stores in Charlotte, now two with the Hunter's Crossing store closing in 2018 (The Promenade store became a Fresh Market), and one in Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews (Stallings), Wesley Chapel, and Fort Mill, South Carolina. Lowes Foods stores in Harrisburg and Mooresville were retained.[17]

The chain's largest store is opened in Winter 2018 at the "New Bern Marketplace” in New Bern, North Carolina, totaling up to 100,000 square feet. Harris Teeter also operates a number of prototype stores in their seven state layout. Some of these include a 78,200 square foot location in Greensboro, North Carolina, and a 78,000 square foot location in Charlotte.

A new upscale grocery store, called 201central and owned by Harris Teeter, opened two locations in two former Lowes Foods locations in Huntersville, North Carolina and Wesley Chapel, North Carolina but the Huntersville one closed on February 3, 2018 and the Wesley Chapel one will close on December 15, 2020. This announcement came shortly after upscale brand Whole Foods Market opened its first Charlotte store in late summer 2012 and before Publix announced its expansion into the Charlotte region.[18]

In recent years, Harris Teeter has started a "Fuel Points" program whereby customers can earn discounts that can be used on gasoline purchases at Harris Teeter Fuel stations, which are adjacent to some Harris Teeter locations.

Since 1992, the official mascot of Harris Teeter has been "Harry the Happy Dragon."[7] Its slogan is "Your Neighborhood Food Market", although the older slogan "The Best Is What We're All About" still appears frequently in stores. An advertising campaign that debuted in 2004 features the slogan "My Harris Teeter", which is used as a jingle.

Kroger merger[edit]

It was announced on July 9, 2013, that Kroger would buy Harris Teeter for $2.4 billion in cash. The company became a subsidiary of Kroger and continued to operate under the Harris Teeter brand.[19] The merger closed on January 29, 2014, upon which chairman Thomas Dickson-Bourgeois announced his retirement.[4] The deal represented a return of sorts to the Charlotte market for Kroger. It had previously operated stores under its own moniker in Charlotte from 1977 to 1988. It also allowed Kroger to enter the Asheville region. Charlotte and Asheville had been the only large markets in the Carolinas where Kroger had no presence.

In June 2015, Harris Teeter exited the crowded Nashville market, where its growth was stunted by aggressive competition from Publix (which expanded into the area around the same time as Harris Teeter), as well as other specialty grocers such as Trader Joe's, The Fresh Market, and Whole Foods, which all opened stores in the proximity of Harris Teeter locations.[20] Kroger has traditionally had a market-leading presence in Nashville, and initially promised to keep the Harris Teeter stores open after the acquisition,[21] But later, Kroger said the market "did not support Harris Teeter's future business plans."[22] Harris Teeter closed one Nashville-area store soon after opening in the early-2000s, but five survived into 2015. The first of those closed in February,[23] another was permanently closed in June, and the remaining three were converted to Kroger stores by 2016 (one of which replaced a nearby existing Kroger store).[24]

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Brew Thru
790 Ocean Trail, Corolla, NC 27927
(252) 453-2878
You're one stop shop for any beverage. Best part, you don't even have to get out of the car!

Food Lion
805 Ocean Trail, Corolla, NC 27927
(252) 453-4544   
Several locations throughout the Outer Banks. Sign up for a MVP card and you'll save big bucks on weekly specials. Deli, produce, pet supplies, drinks, frozen foods and more. Name brand and store brand foods available.

Harris Teeter
601 Currituck Clubhouse Drive, Corolla, NC 27927
(252) 453-0153 
Three locations throughout the Outer Banks. Extensive wine and imported beer selection, bakery, sushi, pet supplies, drinks and more. Name brand and store brand foods available.

Seaside Farm Market
787 Sunset Blvd, Corolla, NC 27927
(252) 453-8285
Fresh local produce, bakery, and local seafood.

Tommy's Natural Foods Market & Wine Shop
1242 Duck Road, Duck NC 27949
(252) 261-8990
Tommy's Market offers the largest selection of local and North Carolina groceries on the Outer Banks and the largest selection of wine and micro-brews in Duck, NC. They are not Whole Foods but they are famous for the best steaks on the Outer Banks, NC –with grass-fed beef, local and wild caught seafood, and simply the best vegan and gluten-free food in the area. For take-out call or see the "Dinner to Go" menu and visit the Grocery Delivery and "Groceries to Go" page for grocery delivery or pick-up.

Wee Winks Market & Deli 
1213 Duck Road, Duck, NC 27949
(252) 261-2937
Family owned grocery store located in the Village of Duck. Plenty of supplies for your beach vacation – reasonable prices too.

Food Lion
5543 North Croatan Hwy, Southern Shores, NC 27949
(252) 261-3205
Several locations throughout the Outer Banks. Sign up for a MVP card and you'll save big bucks on weekly specials. Deli, produce, pet supplies, drinks, frozen foods and more. Name brand and store brand foods available.

Brew Thru
4728 US Hwy 158, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
(252) 261-3948
You're one stop shop for any beverage. Best part, you don't even have to get out of the car!

Harris Teeter
5400 North Croatan Hwy, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
(252) 261-2220
Three locations throughout the Outer Banks. Extensive wine and imported beer selection, bakery, sushi, pet supplies, drinks and more. Name brand and store brand foods available.

Walmart
5400 North Croatan Hwy, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
(252) 261-6011
Your one stop, discount shop. Open 24 hours.

Winks Grocery
4626 North Virginia Dare Trail, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
(252) 441-9465
Your one-stop-shop for all your beach needs. Full supply of dry goods, produce, drinks of all kinds and beach supplies. Located at milepost 2.5 on the Beach Road.

Brew Thru
3101 North Croatan Hwy, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
(252) 449-2443
You're one stop shop for any beverage. Best part, you don't even have to get out of the car!

Food Lion
1720 North Croatan Hwy, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
(252) 480-1016
Several locations throughout the Outer Banks. Sign up for a MVP card and you'll save big bucks on weekly specials. Deli, produce, pet supplies, drinks, frozen foods and more. Name brand and store brand foods available.

Harris Teeter
2012 South Croatan Hwy, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
(252) 449-9191
Three locations throughout the Outer Banks. Extensive wine and imported beer selection, bakery, sushi, pet supplies, drinks and more. Name brand and store brand foods available.

Publix
1530 North Croatan Hwy, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
(252) 255-5006
Supermarket chain with a wide selection of groceries, plus deli & bakery departments.

Brew Thru
2203 South Croatan Hwy, Nags Head, NC 27959
(252) 441-5108
You're one stop shop for any beverage. Best part, you don't even have to get out of the car!

Food Lion
1. 2515 South Croatan Hwy, Nags Head, NC 27959 - (252) 449-8852   
2. 5200 South Croatan Hwy, Nags Head, NC 27959 - (252) 441-4118
Several locations throughout the Outer Banks. Sign up for a MVP card and you'll save big bucks on weekly specials. Deli, produce, pet supplies, drinks, frozen foods and more. Name brand and store brand foods available. 

The Fresh Market
5000 South Croatan Hwy, Nags Head, NC 27959
(252) 255-5022
Upscale grocery store chain with an old-world vibe offers local produce, prepared eats, wine & more.

Family Dollar
212 South US-64, Manteo, NC 27954
(252) 473-1834
Discount chain carrying a variety of goods, including groceries, household items & beauty products.

Food-A-Rama   
226 US-64, Manteo, NC 27954
(252) 473-2924  
All your grocery needs including a deli, fresh produce beer and wine.      

Piggly Wiggly   
118 South US-64, Manteo, NC 27954
(252) 473-3727
Small town market with friendly staff offering everything you need for your Outer Banks vacation.

Food Lion
41934 NC Highway 12, Avon, NC 27915 (Hatteras Island Plaza)
(252) 995-4488
Several locations throughout the Outer Banks. Sign up for a MVP card and you'll save big bucks on weekly specials. Deli, produce, pet supplies, drinks, frozen foods and more. Name brand and store brand foods available.

Conner's Supermarket
47468 NC Highway 12, Buxton, NC 27920
(252) 995-5711
45 years of serving the Hatteras Island. Everyday necessities, large selection of meats and fresh produce.

Waves Market
26006 NC Highway 12, Waves, NC 27982
(252) 987-2352
The market sells beer and wine, fresh produce, chips and snacks, ice cream, popsicles and lots more.The take-out-only deli features hot and cold sandwiches. Everything is homemade.

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Plans for a Harris Teeter Fuel Center in Kill Devil Hills have been confirmed. The property is located at 2006 S. Croatan Hwy., adjacent to the site of a Harris Teeter grocery store.

Harrell & Associates announced finalization of the sale last week and Danna Robinson, communication manager for Harris Teeter, stated on March 3 that a Harris Teeter Fuel Center is planned for the site.

Bobby Harrell said Harris Teeter has completed these projects spirit airlines phone number usa and “feels comfortable to do it in other areas.” He mentioned that Harrell & Associates was happy to see the site repurposed. “It was originally intended to be a bank site,” he said. However, Harrell said he thinks the new site will “fulfill an unmet need” in the town.

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Harris Teeter’s Kill Devil Hills location, background left, and future site of the planned Harris Teeter Fuel Center, foreground right. Danielle Puleo photo

According to Dare County land transfer records, Harris Teeter Properties, LLC purchased the property for $1,850,000 from TowneBank, which bought it in 2015. The recently-demolished building on the site had in the past housed Evans Crab House and later Roanoke Press – Croatoan Bookery, while a small building along the back of harris teeter kill devil hills property housed a satellite office of The Coastland Times for a time.

Cameron Ray, assistant planning director with the Town of Kill Devil Hills, said the town was aware that the intent was for the property to be a fuel center. Harris Teeter came to the town in August 2019 to propose the idea.

Ray said the town has not heard anything since August and has not approved anything for the site yet. They assume Harris Teeter will come to them with a permit request soon. Once the request is put forth, it will have to go through the Planning Board and commissioners for approval.

According to Robinson, “Harris Teeter began operating its first fuel center in Folly Beach, S.C. in 2013 when it purchased a number of stores from Piggy Wiggly one of which had a fuel center. The company opened its first Harris Teeter-built fuel center in November 2015 in Fort Mill, S.C. Harris Teeter currently operates nearly 50 fuel centers throughout our marketing areas.

“We anticipate opening 14-15 more fuel centers this year.”

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The site of the future Harris Teeter Fuel Center. Danielle Puleo photo

She said Harris Teeter opened 18 stores in 2019, nearly half of which have a fuel center.

“Harris Teeter is always reviewing new real estate opportunities to drive growth and strengthen our brand in existing and new markets,” said Robinson. “Our decisions, however, to build or maintain stores or fuel centers are never based on one thing but rather a variety of factors including size and configuration of sites, existing and future traffic patterns, the proximity of existing Harris Teeter locations, and other economic considerations including residential growth.

“This future fuel center will allow us another way to serve our Kill Devil Hills neighbors.”

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Harris Teeter

American supermarket chain

Harris Teeter logo.svg
TypeSubsidiary
IndustrySupermarket
Founded1936 (85 years ago) (1936) in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
FounderWilliam Thomas Harris
Willis L. Teeter
HeadquartersMatthews, North Carolina

Number of locations

261 stores (11-22-21)[1]

Area served

Delaware, North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Maryland and Washington, D.C.

Key people

Rod Antolock, Tammy DeBoer, Presidents
ProductsBakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks and flowers
RevenueUS$4.54 billion (2012)

Number of employees

35,000
ParentKroger
(2014–present)
Websitewww.harristeeter.com

Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc. is an American supermarket chain based in Matthews, North Carolina, a suburb of Charlotte. As of November 2021[update], the chain operates 261 stores in seven South Atlantic states harris teeter kill devil hills Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Maryland) and the District of Columbia. Supermarket News ranked Harris Teeter No. 34 in the 2012 "Top 75 Retailers & Wholesalers" based on 2011 fiscal year sales of $4.3 billion.[2]

On July 9, 2013, Harris Teeter Supermarkets, announced that it was being acquired by The Kroger Company for $2.5 billion.[3] The merger closed on January 28, 2014, though Harris Teeter retained its name, brand, and headquarters in Matthews.[4]

History[edit]

Founding and early days[edit]

A 1950 ad for Harris Supermarkets. Displayed at Harris Teeter's store on Central Avenue in Charlotte, North Carolina(Store #097-00401).

Harris Teeter was founded by two entrepreneurs, William Thomas Harris and Willis L. Teeter, who started their separate businesses during the Great Depression in Charlotte, North Carolina. William T. Harris opened the first full-service drugstore called Harris Drugs and Willis L. Teeter opened Teeters Food Mart.[5] Later on they merged their two ventures.[6]

Harris, an employee of the A&P store on Central and Pecan Avenues that was Charlotte's first supermarket, borrowed funds in 1936 to open the Harris Super Market at 1704 Central Avenue.[7] The store had eight employees. It primarily sold dry groceries because frozen foods and refrigeration did not become common until World War II. To the family and their employees, it was known as Store #1. This store, later known as Harris Teeter store #201, closed on June 5, 2012, and was replaced by a two-story store #401 on the same site, which opened on May 29, 2013.

Harris' store was the first in North Carolina to allow customers to select their own groceries off the shelves. Before this time, customers handed a shopping list to a clerk, who then selected the groceries for the customers. The store was also open until 9 p.m. on Fridays, at a time when most grocery stores closed their doors at 5 p.m. This was done to appeal to working families and to capture their grocery shopping after they were paid on Fridays. Later, the Harris Super Market was the first grocery store in Charlotte to add air conditioning.[7]

Harris also ran his own dairy farm and sold products from his dairy in his stores. For his wife, LaVerne, the dairy products carried the brand name of Vernedale Farms. Harris pioneered the top cash rewards credit cards 2018 dairy co‑op among local dairy farmers. After running the co-op for several years, he negotiated its sale to Pet Dairy.

Harris Chase bank branches indianapolis Markets began primarily as a family business. Most of Harris's brothers and sisters were employees, and brothers and brothers-in-law were store managers. His sister, Sarah, ran the accounting department and his wife's sister was Harris's personal secretary. His son, Donald Thomas Harris, began working for the company at eight years old by sweeping floors. As an adult, Donald suggested that Harris Teeter should carry more than just food products, and recommended the introduction of health and beauty aids, school supplies, bakeware, kitchen tools, and seasonal items (such as coolers in the summer). His father liked the idea and told Don that he should create and run that division of the company, which he did until his retirement in 1995. He was the last member of the family who worked for the company.

Harris was instrumental in the permanent placement of kindergartens in the South Carolina public school system, and supported the effort to turn Charleston College into what is known today as the College of Charleston.

In 1939, Willis L. Teeter, who also worked for A&P at its Mooresville, North Carolina store, with his brother Paul, who was also working for A&P, borrowed $1,700 to open Teeter's Food Mart on Main Street in Mooresville, North Carolina. A&P was closing its doors in Mooresville and agreed to lease the location to the Teeter brothers. The first Teeter Food Mart opened on July 15, 1939. Teeter's was a family-run operation. Teeter was the manager, Paul (Bill), his brother was the produce manager, and Teeter's wife, Sylvia, also worked at the store. Paul's news 12 rockland county, Mildred, later joined the staff as a bookkeeper as the Teeter stores expanded. The Teeter brothers believed in exceptional customer service, even having home delivery service. Because of their standards of providing great customer service and only the best products, they saw sales rise quickly. Teeter based all he would do on the Golden Rule: Treat others as you would have them treat you.

In 1946, the Teeters moved from downtown to a larger location to keep up with demand. The Teeters were leaders in installing the first automated doors and check-outs in North Carolina. In July 1953, the Teeters opened their second store in Lincolnton, North Carolina. At this point the Teeters had become a household name. Lines of eager shoppers wrapped around the new store in anticipation of being one of the first customers in Teeters' second location. The Teeters' success continued to grow and by 1957 their third store opened in Newton, North Carolina, a fourth in Cornelius, a fifth in Hickory, and a sixth opened in Morganton, North Carolina, in November 1958.[8]

After opening his sixth store Teeter joined the NC Food Dealers Association. At one of the Food Dealers meetings, Teeter met Harris. The two men decided harris teeter kill devil hills working together would increase the financial strength of the two supermarkets, allow them to grow more rapidly, and decrease operating costs. W. L. Teeter and W. T. Harris agreed to merge and did so in November 1959 to become Harris Teeter Supermarkets. The merger of 15 stores collectively became official in February 1960. The new company became the largest independent grocery organization in the Carolinas.[8]

New ownership and 1980s expansion[edit]

Harris Teeter was purchased in 1969 by The Ruddick Corporation, owned and run by the Bourgeois-Dickson Family.[9] The new owners introduced alcoholic beverages for sale for the first time. Harris, a devout Southern Baptist, had refused to allow the sale of alcohol, even after the merger.[7]

In 1970, the chain introduced the Big M discount concept to compete with Colonial Stores Big Star discount chain and A&P's "WEO". Those stores were mainly in working-class neighborhoods, while middle and upper-class areas retained Harris Teeter. By 1976, the chain merged the two back to Harris Teeter/More Value and finally to just Harris Teeter again in 1979.

Harris Teeter's 1980 acquisition of the Hunter Farms dairy in High Point, North Carolina, enabled the company to substantially reduce dairy costs. Today, all Harris Teeter-brand and Hunter Farms-brand dairy products come from the Hunter dairy. Hunter also provides dairy products to companies and organizations not associated with Harris Teeter, including convenience stores, schools, Lowes Foods private label ice creams, and the Wendy's Frosty.

In 1984, Harris Teeter purchased several Food World stores in and around Greensboro. As part of the purchase, the company acquired a warehouse in the western part of Greensboro. This marked the first significant foray of the company outside its Charlotte base. Before this point, the company was a grocer in the vein of Piggly Wiggly, with a mix of stores in urban and rural areas. Since 1984, Harris Teeter has focused more on higher-income urban sites. This trend continued with HT's 1988 purchase of Big Star Supermarkets, giving it a foothold in the Raleigh-Durham market.

Ashcraft retired in 1986, and Edward Dunn took over as president of Harris Teeter in that year. During Dunn's watch, Harris Teeter began expansion outside North Carolina. The first expanded stores were in the northern part of South Carolina, near Charlotte. Later expansions led the company to Myrtle Beach, Charleston, and the Hampton Roads region of Virginia. The "Very Important Customer" program, popularly known as VIC, was introduced later in Dunn's tenure. This program was one of the first widespread loyalty card programs now popular throughout American grocery stores. The VIC program advertised "giveaways" such as turkeys for Thanksgiving, beach apparel for the summer, and gift cards to Harris Teeter stores.

In 1981, Harris Teeter was one of the first grocery chains to test plastic grocery bags. In 1985 the company added child-restraint belts to shopping carts.[7] The chain's flagship store during the 1980s was in Charlotte's Cotswold neighborhood. It featured a waterfall and a fresh orange juice machine in the produce department, and for a brief period stocked fresh truffles that were flown in from France and priced at $300 a pound.[7]

This Harris Teeter in Charlotte (Store #097-00401) sits on the site of the original Harris Teeter, which was built in 1939 as Harris Supermarket and torn down in 2012 to make room for this larger store.

1990s and 2000s: further expansion[edit]

Map of Harris Teeter locations, as of December 2020 (supermarkets in green, fuel stations in red)

Fred Morganthall became president of Harris Teeter upon Dunn's retirement in 1997. Morganthall oversaw further expansion of the supermarket chain since taking over as company president. His first initial expansions moved Harris Teeter into Nashville, Tennessee; Atlanta, Georgia; and Jacksonville, Florida, which happened through the end of the 1990s.

Harris Teeter's expansion into Atlanta included 15 stores around the city and its suburbs. There were plans to further expand in Atlanta. However, these plans were only partially fulfilled and poorly executed, leading the chain to pull out of the Atlanta market altogether in 2001. Atlanta already had an established supermarket base with Publix and Kroger. Kroger quickly bought and reopened some of the former Www unionbank com in Harris Teeter store spaces as Kroger stores, although remodeling these stores to Kroger's store floor plan and design took a few years.

Harris Teeter originally operated three stores in the greater Jacksonville area when the company expanded into that market in the late 1990s. However, only one store remains open serving Amelia Island/Fernandina Beach, and thus making it Harris Teeter's only Florida location, albeit just south of the Georgia border. The Mandarin area store closed in 2004. October 3, 2006, brought the closing of the Ponte Vedra Beach location.[10]

Starting in the 2000s, Harris Teeter attempted to differentiate itself from its competitors by providing exceptional customer service and newly "branded" departments. The first department to be "branded" was the meat department, which in June 2002 began offering "Harris Teeter Rancher" beef. This was followed by the introductions of the Farmers' Market (produce department, October 2003), the Fisherman's Market (seafood department, April 2004), and the Fresh Foods Market (deli/bakery, January 2005). Gourmet imported items are sold under the "H.T. Traders" brand.

Harris Teeter stores are now separated into 3 regions and 18 districts. The Northern Region, based in Fairfax, Virginia, encompasses all stores in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and the northern coastal area of North Carolina. The Central Region, based in Raleigh, North Carolina, encompasses stores from Greensboro/High Point to Wilmington and Albemarle. The Southern Region, based in Charlotte, contains stores in southwestern North Carolina (from Winston-Salem to Asheville), as well as South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.

As of August 2007[update], Harris Teeter had over 18,000 employees, and spirit airlines phone number usa the second largest supermarket chain in North Carolina, harris teeter kill devil hills Food Lion being number one.

By the mid to late 2000s, expansion to the Outer Banks of North Carolina had begun with stores in Corolla (May 2006), Kill Devil Hills (July 2006), and Morehead City (February 2009). The first store in Maryland opened in Darnestown on October 31, 2006; the second opened in May 2008 in Columbia's Village of Kings Contrivance, replacing the closed Safeway. The first store in Washington, D.C., opened in 2008.

Harris Teeter continues its shift into high-income urban areas. Most new stores opened in Morganthall's tenure conform to this pattern. Stores such as the original Harris Super Market, located near uptown Charlotte, remain grandfathered into the current system. With Harris Teeter's further expansion into the upscale markets, many of their older stores in lower income neighborhoods or small towns were being shut down as a result. One of Harris Teeter's oldest stores at Eastland Mall in Charlotte closed on June 22, 2006.

2010 to today[edit]

The chain's expansion into Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood was originally set for 2010. It was delayed due to "construction and financial problems".[11] As of April 2014, Harris Teeter had eleven stores in Maryland, including the Locust Point location.[12]

After selling its only other holding, American and Efird, Inc. Ruddick changed its name to Harris Teeter Supermarkets, Inc. in 2012. It had consolidated revenues of $4.3 billion for the fiscal year ended October 2, 2011 ("Fiscal 2011").[13]

In June 2012, Harris Teeter announced the closure of six locations outside the Charlotte core, and its purchase of ten Lowes Foods stores in the Charlotte region. In turn, Lowes Foods would take the six Harris Teeter locations that are closing and be compensated $26.5 million. Harris Teeter said this decision was based on focusing on larger, urbanized, and more upscale areas rather than rural, middle-market areas. In turn, Lowes Foods planned to shift to the western part of North Carolina, and away from Charlotte.[14] However, industry analysts speculate that these changes are happening due to the impending expansion of Publix into the Charlotte market.[15]

In 2012, Harris Teeter closed its stores in Asheville, Hickory, Shelby, Morganton, and two stores in Gastonia. Harris Teeter had been established in these markets for at least the last half-century. The company returned to Asheville in 2013 harris teeter kill devil hills store #348 and Gastonia in 2016 with store #281. The newer Harris Teeter in Hendersonville, as well as the Boone location, did not close. They were retained as the only Harris Teeter stores in the western part of the Charlotte market.[16] The Lowes Foods stores that became Harris Teeter were three stores in Charlotte, now two with the Hunter's Crossing store closing in 2018 (The Promenade store became a Fresh Market), and one in Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews (Stallings), Wesley Chapel, and Fort Mill, South Carolina. Lowes Foods stores in Harrisburg and Mooresville were retained.[17]

The chain's largest store is opened in Winter 2018 at the "New Bern Marketplace” in New Bern, North Carolina, totaling up to 100,000 square feet. Harris Teeter also operates a number of prototype stores in their seven state layout. Some of these include a 78,200 square foot location in Greensboro, North Carolina, and a 78,000 square foot location in Charlotte.

A new upscale grocery store, called 201central and owned by Harris Teeter, opened two locations in two former Lowes Foods locations in Huntersville, North Carolina and Wesley Chapel, North Carolina but the Huntersville one closed on February 3, 2018 and the Wesley Chapel one will walmart money card number on December 15, 2020. This announcement came shortly after upscale brand Whole Foods Market opened its first Charlotte store in late summer 2012 and before Publix announced its expansion into the Charlotte region.[18]

In recent years, Harris Teeter has started a "Fuel Points" program whereby customers can earn discounts that can be used on gasoline purchases at Harris Teeter Fuel stations, which are adjacent to some Harris Teeter locations.

Since 1992, the official mascot of Harris Teeter has been "Harry the Happy Dragon."[7] Its slogan is "Your Neighborhood Food Market", although the older slogan "The Best Is What We're All About" still appears frequently in stores. An advertising campaign that debuted in 2004 features the slogan "My Harris teeter kill devil hills Teeter", which is used as a jingle.

Kroger merger[edit]

It was announced on July 9, 2013, that Kroger would buy Harris Teeter for $2.4 billion in cash. The company became a subsidiary of Kroger and continued amazon fire stick best buy operate under the Harris Teeter brand.[19] The merger closed on January 29, 2014, upon which chairman Thomas Dickson-Bourgeois announced his retirement.[4] The deal represented a return of sorts to the Charlotte market for Kroger. It had previously operated stores under its own moniker in Charlotte from 1977 to 1988. It also allowed Kroger to enter the Asheville region. Charlotte and Asheville had been the only large markets in the Carolinas where Kroger had no presence.

In June 2015, Harris Teeter exited the crowded Nashville market, where its growth was stunted by aggressive competition from Publix (which expanded into the area around the same time as Harris Teeter), as well as other specialty grocers such as Trader Joe's, The Fresh Market, and Whole Foods, which all opened stores in the proximity of Harris Teeter locations.[20] Kroger has traditionally had a market-leading presence in Nashville, and initially promised to keep the Harris Teeter stores open after the acquisition,[21] But later, Kroger said the market "did not support Harris Teeter's future business plans."[22] Harris Teeter closed one Nashville-area store soon after opening in the early-2000s, but five survived into 2015. The first of those closed in February,[23] another was permanently closed in June, and the remaining three were converted to Kroger stores by 2016 (one of which replaced a nearby existing Kroger store).[24]

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Family owned grocery store located in the Village of Duck. Plenty of supplies for your beach vacation – reasonable prices too.

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Publix
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Supermarket chain with a wide selection of groceries, plus deli & bakery departments.

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