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Founded in 1916, Piggly Wiggly, LLC is one of the leading self-service grocery stores in the United States. Located in Memphis, Tenn., the company operates more than 600 stores across the 17 U.S. states. In addition to providing warehousing and distribution services, it supports in marketing programs and promotional items. The company also offers a variety of apparel, collectibles and novelties. In 2010, the Forbes magazine has ranked Piggly Wiggly, LLC as the 10th largest privately held company in the nation.
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Poor quality food, Unsafe

Gross. My husband and I recently moved downtown and went to the Piggly Wiggly for the first time last week. The produce was not very fresh. I bought an avocado that felt OK, and when I got home and cut it open the inside was dark brown and spoiled. We needed fresh mozarella (which I was AMAZED to find here) but when I opened the vacuum-sealed package I discovered that the cheese had a foul odor and was also spoiled! I bought some pita bread that was nowhere near it's sell-by date and was kept refrigerated, yet when I opened the package found that some of the pitas were moldy. Wonderful! All of this in one shopping trip! The best part of it all was when I was panhandled in one of the aisles by some lady asking me to give her money to buy Vienna sausages. My recommendation: stay away unless absolutely necessary. Ew.



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moldy produce; egg refrigerator not working!!!!!!!

The ""pig"" is close so I shop there sometimes for the basics. Tonight, I saw moldy produce and moved on to keep shopping. I picked up some eggs out of the refrigerator case and they were warm! I looked at the thermometer and it was at 60 degrees (the highest it could go), but the temperature was obviously a lot higher!!! It is sad that something as dangerous as warm eggs and possible bacterial exposure are a problem at a store serving thousands of Memphians, especially the elderly and young who are more likely to die from such exposure. BE CAREFUL!!!!!

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