Acme - Store
An American supermarket chain of grocery stores that operates in the Northeast United States, Acme is a subsidiary of the Albertsons company. Acme stores supply everyday products that families need, including food, pantry items, health & beauty, cleaning supplies, baby products and much more. Acme also offers services including pharmacy, fuel, grocery pickup, food delivery and more.
Acme - History
One of the oldest grocery store chains in US history, Acme began in 1891 in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania when the store was opened by Irish Immigrants named Robinson and Crawford. Following that time, the store grew to include other area grocery stores and then expanded into New Jersey under the banner, American Stores. The Acme company has also functioned under other names, including Super Saver. Now, as part of Albertsons, Acme operates 161 stores in the United States.
Acme - Promotions
Acme offers new and unique discounts and sales each week through its weekly ad and sale flyer, which can also be accessed online. Deals include digital coupons that can be redeemed in store. Plus, the ACME for U membership program that includes discounts, deals and rewards – the more you buy the more you can save! Other membership perks include a free birthday treat, a smartphone app, points to redeem on fuel and meal plan options.
Acme - News
The Acme Nourishing Neighbors program has committed over $50 million to help with hunger relief across communities. The fund, which was developed to help families impacted by disruptions to work and school due to COVID-19. Acme Nourishing Neighbors helps school children who are not in school, families who are getting less work and seniors who are unable to leave their homes. Funds raised go to local food banks to purchase food and gift cards to be given to people in need.
Acme - More Information
‘Acme’ is a term that was often used in the early 20th century for many company names. It was even used in pop culture, particularly by Warner Bros. cartoons, to depict anvils, delivery services, explosives and more. Today, the name is most commonly associated with the Acme Markets in the US.