Vons Weekly Ad. Extra Large Cherries

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This week best Vons savings: $1.99 lb Extra Large Cherries; $5.99 lb Medium Cooked or Raw Shrimp; $3.99 lb Fresh 93% Ground Beef; $2.99 lb Safeway Farms or Farmland Bacon; $.99 Jumbo Cantaloupe; $1.49 Cake Slices; $4.88 lb Tri Tip Roast; $2.99 Crystal Geyser Alpine ... [ Read More ]

Vons Sales Ad. Wild Sockeye Salmon Fillets

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Current best savings from Vons: $6.99 lb Wild Sockeye Salmon Fillets; $1.99 lb Pork Spareribs St. Louis Style; 4/$1 Sweet White Corn; $2.99 Whole Seedless Watermelon; 2/$3 Safeway Kitchens Apple Juice or Cranberry Cocktail; $2.99 Dreyer’s or Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream; B1G1 ... [ Read More ]

Vons Ad. Farmer John Smoked Shank Half Ham

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Vons latest savings: $.99 lb Farmer John Smoked Shank Half Ham; 2/$6 Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Juice; $1.99 Sweet Gold Pineapple; $1.49 lb Round Green Beans; 2/$4 Ocean Spray Cranberry Cocktail Drink; $7.99 Safeway Select Fresh Strawberry Boston Cream Cake; 2/$7 ... [ Read More ]

Vons Circular 3/11/15-3/17/15. Large Cantaloupe

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Current best Vons deals valid March 11 - 17, 2015: 2/$4 Large Cantaloupe; $2.49 Safeway Farms Corned Beef Brisket Points; $2.99 lb Fresh 80% Lean Ground Beef; $.39 lb Green Cabbage; 2/$5 Safeway Farms Salad Blend; 3/$5 Field Daffodils; $9.99 Charmin Bath Tissue 8-mega ... [ Read More ]

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Vons is a southern California supermarket chain and a division of Safeway Inc. It is headquartered in Arcadia, California, and operates stores under the Vons and Pavilions banners.

Charles Von der Ahe opened a 20-foot wide store named Von’s Groceteria in downtown Los Angeles, California, in 1906. The business had grown to 87 stores by 1928, when he sold the operation to MacMarr Stores. MacMarr was acquired by M.B. Skaggs’ Safeway in 1930. In 1932, his sons Theodore and Wilfred restarted the Von’s Grocery Company.

In 1948, Von’s opened a pioneering store which offered self-service, pre-packaged produce, meat, and deli items. By 1958, it had doubled in size to 27 stores, the third-largest grocery chain in the Greater Los Angeles Area. In 1960 it acquired the sixth-largest, competitor Shopping Bag, a merger that was challenged by the Federal Trade Commission on antitrust grounds. In 1966 the United States Supreme Court ruled against Von’s in United States v. Von’s Grocery Co. (384 U.S. 270), forcing a re-divestiture of the stores, which were eventually sold to Fisher Foods.The Von der Ahe family sold the chain to Household Finance Corporation in 1969. In 1970, Vons had 128 stores, making it the 2nd largest supermarket chain in southern California behind Safeway.

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