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David Larter May 8, 2012 1

A Glen Allen parcel once destined to be a Ukrop’s grocery store is for sale, and site’s broker says it’s all wrapped up with a bow

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Ukrop’s allure eludes Martin’s

Ukrop’s allure eludes Martin’s

David Larter January 20, 2012 17

A decades-old formula for developing successful new retail centers in Richmond has become much more complex.

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For some wine sellers, the glass is half empty

For some wine sellers, the glass is half empty

Amy David January 20, 2012 1

In the two years since Martin’s took over from Ukrop’s, some Richmond wine sellers have found new meaning in an age-old mandate: Evolve or die.

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Heard on the Street: Kroger dips into the Ukrop’s cookie jar

Heard on the Street: Kroger dips into the Ukrop’s cookie jar

David Larter January 19, 2012 30

Martin’s grocery store will face new competition this year for customers who are still loyal to Ukrop’s baked goods and prepared foods

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Make way for Martin’s

Al Harris April 13, 2010 5

Four reincarnated Ukrop’s supermarkets opened Monday as Martin’s Food and Drug stores, a division of the Dutch supermarket company that also owns the Giant chain. BizSense has a breakdown of what’s new and what

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Martin’s teams up with the Squirrels for sellout

Al Harris March 23, 2010 0

Two newcomers to the Richmond business community are marking their grand openings in the community with an advertising partnership

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Will Martin’s signal sour end for wine shops?

Kaitlin Mayhew March 15, 2010 3

The Ukrop’s next to Matthew Lake’s wine store will soon become a Martin’s Grocery store and do what would have seemed inconceivable a year ago: sell beer and wine. And that presents a formerly

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Local firms hired to help Ukrop’s morph into Martin’s

Drew Jackson March 10, 2010 3

The 25 Ukrop’s stores purchased by Dutch grocer Ahold will be closed for a week as they get a facelift and a spring cleaning before becoming Martin’s grocery stores. Local firms are doing most

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Ukrop’s buyer keeps coffee roaster counting beans

Al Harris March 8, 2010 12

Girl Scout cookies won’t be for sale outside the store, and Supervalu recently announced it was cutting 80 jobs because the new owner is using different suppliers. But for at least one local business,

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Top 10 business news events of 2009

Aaron Kremer December 29, 2009 2

This has been a rough year, as the recession ripped through Richmond. Decades-old companies disappeared. It’s also time to start saying our goodbyes to Ukrop’s, although the stores won’t be changing over just yet.

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