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With the best meat and produce at reasonable prices, exemplary customer service, and quick checkouts, Carrs continues to be Alaska's go-to grocery store. With the addition of Alaska's first 24-hour pharmacy, service delis and bakeries with soup and salad bars, 59-minute photo processing, and in-store banking, Carrs continues to upgrade services to meet customer needs.
The history of Carrs can be traced back to 1915 when J. B. Goldstein & Company started supplying Alaskans with groceries and other essentials. However, in 1974, Barney Gottstein and Larry Carr merged their company as their business relationships expanded. Together, they more than increased their retail grocery resources, their holdings in pharmacies and shopping malls, and their ability to comprehend the Alaskan market's requirements. With locations to serve Alaskans across the state, the merger transformed the business into the largest retail chain in the nation. With competitive prices and the freshest meat and produce in Alaska, Carrs has maintained its position as the state's go-to grocery store.
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While the news of Kroger purchasing Albertsons has been announced, Alaskans are concerned that they may experience limited shopping options if the deal is successful. While the merger will be the largest retail merger since Safeway acquired Carr's supermarkets in 1999, the deal will affect the local communities in Alaska as it may reduce their shopping options.
Every year, Carrs donates more than a million pounds of food to nonprofit organizations and places of worship in Alaska as part of its commitment to giving back to the communities it serves. Carrs is actively involved with hundreds of initiatives that benefit the community, including Little League teams, local hospitals, the United Way, and the March of Dimes. Since its founding in 1915, Carrs has been a proud Alaskan business.