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Contactless payment methods continue to become more popular as people are ditching their wallets for the ability to pay directly from their cellphones.

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To meet evolving consumer demands, restaurants and grocery stores have updated their payment systems to accept Apple Pay.

Apple Pay can only be used by iPhone users, who have uploaded a credit or debit card to their Wallet app.

When someone wants to use Apple Pay, the customer just needs to double click the power button to open Apple Pay, then use face ID or enter a passcode, and then hold the phone near the payment system.

Users will have one default card but can change their payment method by swiping to a different card upon activating Apple Pay.

 

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50 Grocery Stores That Take Apple Pay

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1. Acme Markets

Acme Markets is a chain with 161 locations throughout the northeastern United States.

They were founded in 1891 and have continuously proven their great customer service and high-quality inventory.

With their rewards program, you can earn one point for every dollar that you spend.

If you’re a loyal shopper, you can check their online weekly ad, to catch some special deals.

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2. Albertson’s

Believe it or not, Albertson’s is the second-largest supermarket chain in North America, after Kroger.

The chain offers bakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, general grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks, liquor, and more at all their locations.

It operates several grocery stores throughout the United States and has a mission dedicated to alleviating child hunger and providing nutrition education throughout the country.

 

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3. Aldi

Aldi is the name of two separate European discount supermarket chains that were founded by German brothers, who later parted ways.

There are now more than 10,000 stores in 20 countries.

Following Europe’s standards for food and health safety, Aldi guarantees no artificial dyes, hydrogenated oils, or added MSG.

Aldi also partners with Instacart to deliver groceries straight to your door.

Little known fact: Aldi Nord owns Trader Joe’s!

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4. Amazon

There are few things that Amazon doesn’t sell.

From sports equipment to snack food, you can find anything on Amazon.

Though it doesn’t have its own standalone grocery store just yet (though it does own Whole Foods), Amazon is one of the biggest retailers that also functions as a grocery store.

Doing your grocery shopping on Amazon is even easier because you can place your order with a click of a button with Apple Pay.

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The downside of grocery shopping on Amazon is that most of their food is non-perishable because it takes a day or two for your order to arrive.

If you’re looking for fresh fruits and vegetables, you might want to try your local grocery store.

 

5. Bashas’

Bashas’ is a grocery store chain that mostly operates in Arizona, with a few locations in New Mexico.

Bashas’ was founded in 1932 and is still a family-owned supermarket.

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It is owned by Raley’s Supermarkets.

The Basha family owns three other retailers including Bashas’ Diné, Bashas’ Fine Foods, and Food City.

 

6. BJ’s

BJ’s is a wholesale store that sells things in huge quantities.

It is one of Costco’s biggest competitors.

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A lot of customers go to BJ’s when they want to buy a large quantity of a certain product because they use it often, fulfill a large demand, or store something for long-term use.

You can also go to BJ’s to buy big-ticket items like televisions and cell phones.

You need to be a member of BJ’s to shop there, and they offer a lot of exclusive coupons to loyal customers.

The checkout line at BJ’s can be quite long because people often have a lot of things to buy.

However, it speeds up quite a bit when people use Apple Pay, and cashiers don’t have to worry about handling the cash register or waiting for the machine to process manual card payments.

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7. Carr’s

Carr’s is a supermarket chain based in Alaska that is a subsidiary of Albertson’s markets.

There are over 24 stores throughout Alaska, including all the major cities.

Carr’s-Safeway also operates gasoline stations at many locations, so customers who patronize both the gas station and the grocery store earn double the points.

 

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8. Cub Foods

Cub Foods is owned and operated in Minnesota, where it tries to maintain a local, family-owned feeling.

It carries a large variety of meat and dairy products, in addition to pet food, pharmacy, liquor, seafood, deli and bakery, and gift cards.

The company has been in business for 50 years and has kept its technology up to date.

You can order online for same-day pickup or delivery, and of course, you can use Apple Pay.

Join My Cub Rewards to get member discounts and save money on future purchases at their grocery store and gas station locations.

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9. CVS

CVS is best known for filling your prescriptions, supplying over-the-counter medication, and for their notoriously long receipts.

However, CVS has much more—and has recently forayed into the food market.

They carry lots of snack food like Pringles, nuts, and candy, but they also have freezer items like ice cream and pizza.

CVS has even started offering a limited selection of produce like apples and oranges, depending on the season.

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CVS accepts Apple Pay, which makes it easy to print passport photos, buy Advil, and pick up this week’s groceries all in one place with one convenient transaction.

 

10. Duane Reade

Duane Reade is another pharmacy and convenience store like CVS, that offers a lot of things in one place.

For instance, you can go to Duane Reade to buy liquor, band-aids, and makeup.

However, you can also buy food at Duane Reade including snacks, candy, and prepared meals.

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Depending on the area, you might also find location-specific food options.

In New Orleans, for instance, you might find King Cake or specially flavored liquor around Mardi Gras.

 

11. Family Dollar

Family Dollar is an American discount store that boasts a variety of products, including groceries.

There are Family Dollar locations in every state in the U.S. except for Alaska, Hawaii, and Washington.

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Despite the name, Family Dollar is not a dollar store.

It offers many favorite products at a low cost, but most things cost more than one dollar.

If you are looking for its dollar store partner, you can try Dollar Tree.

Family Dollar offers more premium snacks and beverages than Dollar Tree but still does not have a wide array of fresh produce.

You can shop at Family Dollar online, use Apple Pay at checkout, and ship your order straight to your door.

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Alternatively, you can use Apple Pay inside the store as well.

 

12. Food Lion

Food Lion is a retail grocery chain with headquarters in North Carolina.

The company was founded in 1957, with the original name Food Town.

It became Food Lion in 1983, when it started opening more locations throughout the country and encountered other retailers with the name Food Town.

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It manufactures its own brand of products for a lower cost.

 

13. FoodMaxx

FoodMaxx is a supermarket known for its low prices.

You can find almost anything there, from fresh meat to vegetables, diapers, and so much more.

Instead of focusing on high-end, premium products, FoodMaxx focuses on keeping things efficient so they can keep costs down.

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They research the prices for all their products so that they can make sure they always offer the lowest prices on the market.

 

14. FreshFarm

FreshFarm isn’t your average grocery store, it is much closer to a Farmer’s Market that hires retailers to sell their local products at select locations.

FreshFarm is based in Washington D.C. and operates with a mission of fair trade, sustainability, and equality.

The company works to ensure that everyone has access to healthy food and offers education to people looking to gain more insight on nutrition and sustainable farming.

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15. Giant Eagle

Giant Eagle started in 1918 when three families came together to create the Eagle Grocer.

Then, they merged with a market chain owned by two other families called OK Grocery to create the Giant Eagle.

The stores were very successful and have continued to open new locations throughout the country.

It added more conveniences through its store-within-a-store approach by including a pharmacy, floral, automotive, books, greeting cards, photo development, and video rentals—all available inside the Giant Eagle.

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It also created a loyalty program for returning customers, installed several community give-back programs, and made its own health-conscious food brand called Nature’s Basket.

There is now also a Giant Eagle Express, which is a smaller version of the large chain, that is more like a convenience store.

Both Giant Eagle and Giant Eagle Express accept Apple Pay.

 

16. Hannaford

Hannaford is another American supermarket chain.

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It was founded in Portland, Maine in 1883 and now serves the New England and New York metro areas.

They offer a magazine called Fresh to help customers eat mindfully and get inspired in the kitchen.

There is also a community program called Hannaford Helps and several recipes available on the website for customers to try.

 

17. Harris Teeter

Harris Teeter supermarkets were founded in 1891 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Most of the stores continue to operate out of North Carolina, specifically in the suburbs of Charlotte.

There are now 261 stores in seven U.S. states plus Washington D.C.

Harris Teeter also offers pharmacy services at most of its locations.

 

18. Harvey’s Supermarket

Harvey’s Supermarkets is an American grocery store chain with locations in Georgia and Florida.

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Harvey’s are known to be huge stores, with areas ranging between 18,000 and 35,000 square feet.

There’s no doubt that you’ll be able to find what you need at any Harvey’s Supermarket.

 

19. H-Mart

H-Mart is a Korean supermarket that specializes in Asian cuisine.

They carry authentic kimchi from Korea, instant ramen from Vietnam, and mochi from Japan.

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It is the one-stop-shop for all of your favorite Asian specialty foods.

If you are an adventurous chef and want to experiment with authentic Asian cooking at home, H-Mart is the place to go for all your ingredients.

H-Mart also carries a lot of fresh produce, including fruits and vegetables that are not very popular in the Western hemisphere.

H-Mart also accepts Apple Pay.

 

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20. Hornbacher’s

Hornbacher’s is a supermarket chain that was founded in 1951 and operates stores in North Dakota and Minnesota.

The stores are big and include pharmacies, pet food, some clothing, health foods, and more.

If you go to their website, you can find a weekly ad that shows you what items will be available at a promotional rate for that week.

 

21. Hy-Vee

Hy-Vee is a supermarket chain with locations primarily in the midwestern and southern United States.

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Founded in 1930 in Beaconsfield, Iowa, there are now over 280 locations in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Missouri, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

People who become members of the Hy-Vee loyalty program can enjoy fuel savings, free delivery and express pickup, monthly discounts, and other perks.

 

22. Jewel-Osco

Jewel-Osco, known affectionately by customers as “Jewel,” is a supermarket chain in the Chicago metro area.

There are 188 stores across Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana.

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You can shop online and order for delivery, pick-up, or shop in-store.

As with most other supermarket chains, you can opt to just go to the store without planning online.

Ordering online is a very easy way to do your weekly shopping, especially when you pay with Apple Pay.

 

23. Lucky Supermarkets

Lucky Supermarkets is an American chain that started in 1935 in California.

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The brand grew and was purchased by Albertson’s in Utah and Save Mart in California.

Lucky has its own mobile app where customers can place their orders online and add Apple Pay to their payment method.

 

24. Market Street

Market Street is a supermarket chain under the umbrella of United Supermarkets, which also owns Amigos and Albertson’s Market.

Market Street offers all the usual grocery items, but also offers high-end services like concierge event planning.

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They have a big floral selection and dietitians on staff to help with nutritional planning.

 

25. Meijer

Meijer is a supercenter chain that is primarily located in the American Midwest, with its headquarters in Michigan.

In fact, Meijer is credited with coming up with the concept of a supercenter when it opened its first store in 1962.

They offer customers the chance to sign up for a Meijer credit card or Meijer Mastercard, which both offer several benefits such as exclusive savings inside the store and at Meijer gas stations and personal savings events.

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If you upload this credit card to your Apple Wallet, you’ll have both convenience and savings.

 

26. Pavilions

Pavilions is an upscale grocery company that operates under the umbrella of Albertson’s in southern California.

They feature a wide selection of food, wine, and other specialty items.

You can also find customized meal plans, baby care, and personal care to suit your needs.

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Pavilions has a large selection of international foods for adventurous eaters.

 

27. Publix

Publix is a grocery store that is more popular in the south, especially in Florida.

It carries everything you need, from orange juice to shampoo and conditioner, to yogurt and fresh produce.

Publix is also known for its premade foods, like sandwiches, that customers can grab and go and take with them to the beach.

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Publix was already a crowd favorite in the south, but sales boomed even more when the supermarket chain started accepting Apple Pay.

 

28. Raley’s

Raley’s was founded in 1935 and is still an independent, family-owned company.

Founder Tom Raley wanted to change the way supermarkets are owned and operated.

He came up with the idea for self-serve meat counters and a combined market and pharmacy concept.

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There are currently more than 230 stores in seven U.S. states and four Tribal Nations.

Tom’s grandson now owns the Raley’s brand.

If you’re looking to use the convenience of Apple Pay but still want to shop (somewhat) local, Raley’s might be your best bet.

 

29. Randall’s

Randall’s is another supermarket chain operated by the mega-conglomerate, Albertson’s.

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There are now Randall’s stores in 35 states and Washington, D.C.

The company focuses on giving back to the community and donates a lot of money to people in the surrounding areas to alleviate hunger, fund education and cancer research, provide outreach to veterans, and create programs for people with disabilities.

 

30. Rite Aid

Rite Aid is a pharmacy and convenience store whose main competitors are Walgreens, Duane Reade, and CVS.

Rite Aid is a chain throughout the United States and even the world.

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Part of what makes it a universal brand is the convenience it brings to its customers.

Loyal shoppers can sign up for a Rite Aid account where they can accumulate points that they can later redeem for money off their next purchase.

Saving with Rite Aid became easier when they updated their card machines to include Apple Pay. Now customers can save money and time.

 

31. Safeway

Safeway opened in 1915 and now has locations around the world.

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It is also owned and operated by Albertson’s.

It was one of the first stores to pioneer health standards in freshness by adding sell-by and use-by dates to perishable items.

Other major supermarkets soon followed suit.

There are now Safeway stores in 35 states.

 

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32. Save Mart

Save Mart is the parent company of several American grocery store chains including Save Mart, S-Mart Foods, Lucky, and FoodMaxx.

Most of the stores are in northern California and northern Nevada.

If the company continues to thrive, it may soon expand into other states.

 

33. Schnucks

Schnucks is a supermarket chain based in the St. Louis area.

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There are now more than 100 stores throughout the Midwest.

Each location offers different events for people of all ages including a Cinco de Mayo cooking school, kids cooking camps, and wine tastings.

You can visit their website to find events at your local Schnucks supermarket.

 

34. Shaw’s

Shaw’s is another market that operates under the parent company, Albertson’s.

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Shaw’s opened in 1860 in Maine.

The original store only stocked 100 items.

It was so successful because it imported items that were not usually available in that region of the United States.

The company later expanded and has continued to grow ever since then.

 

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35. Shop ’N Save

Shop ’n Save has 90 independent stores in New York, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

For added savings and convenience, customers can sign up for a Perks card and get groceries delivered via Instacart.

You can pay with Apple Pay inside the store, or you can add Apple Pay to your Instacart account as well.

 

36. Shoppers Food

Shoppers Food is a grocery chain in the Baltimore and Washington D.C. metro area that is devoted to everyday low prices.

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They check their product prices twice a month to make sure they are offering the lowest prices possible.

Shoppers Food is devoted to providing America with high-quality food at a low cost.

Every store offers Grade A chicken, USDA choice beef, wild-caught fish, organic produce, and more.

If you’re looking for a treat, you’re in luck.

Shoppers Food is known for its colossal and delicious doughnuts.

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37. ShopRite

ShopRite is a supermarket that has been around for many years but has opened even more locations in recent years.

Newer Shop Rite locations are even bigger than the originals, with some spanning entire city blocks.

It also has a great bakery, where customers can order seasonal and customized cakes.

There are fresh bagels and muffins in the morning as well.

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If you get there early enough, they still might even be warm.

Shop Rite was one of the first grocery stores to offer drive-through service, where customers can place orders over the phone or online, and then clerks will pick out the requested items and bring it directly to the customer’s car.

This was especially useful for elderly or disabled persons who can’t walk for long periods or for people who don’t have much time to spend perusing a huge grocery store.

It also helps keep shoppers focused, especially those who tend to grab things off the shelf that they wouldn’t have picked out otherwise.

Shop Rite has always been at the frontline of convenience and maintained this reputation by starting to accept Apple Pay at all of its locations.

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38. Sprouts

Sprouts Supermarket is a farmer’s market chain based out of Phoenix, Arizona.

Like many farmer’s markets, Sprouts emphasizes all-natural, organic products and offers high-end personal care items.

Sprouts has several specials, including Sushi Wednesdays when customers can pick any sushi roll, they want for just five dollars.

You can also make a catering order from Sprouts, since they are known for their delicious prepared foods.

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39. Star Market

Star Market opened in 1915 and was purchased by an Armenian refugee fleeing persecution.

Many stores now offer home delivery, but Star Market was one of the first to offer grocery delivery.

In 1984, Star Market was purchased by American Stores Company, which is based in Utah.

There are now 20 stores in the Boston metro area.

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40. Stater Bros.

Stater Bros. Markets is a privately held grocery store chain that operates 171 stores throughout southern California.

In addition to their low prices, a wide variety of meats, and friendly service, Stater Bros. is known for being good to their employees.

The company has been consistently rated highly by Forbes for its exceptional job security.

The company also gives back by donating millions of dollars and pounds of food to support children, veterans, and active service members to get the nutrients and education that they need.

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41. Stop And Shop

Stop and Shop is a grocery store that is more popular in the northeastern United States.

Loyal shoppers can sign up for the Stop and Shop store program and receive points for their purchases.

Stop and Shop is mainly a grocery store with fresh produce, cold cuts, and snack foods.

They also have a large organic section, where health-conscious customers can buy ecologically sourced, fair-trade, premium products.

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Most Stop and Shop stores also now have pharmacies, where people can get their prescriptions filled while they shop.

People can also find a large selection of over-the-counter medication, pet supplies, cooking tools, fiction books, cosmetics, and more.

 

42. SuperValu

Like BJ’s and Costco, SuperValu is a wholesale retailer that specializes in grocery products.

It is owned by United Natural Foods and focuses on diversity, sustainability, and farm-to-table food cultivation.

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43. Target

Target is Walmart’s number one competitor.

Target is an “everything store” where you can buy almost anything—from furniture to Oreos.

Target’s huge profits in the past decades have encouraged the retail chain to expand its market into more grocery items.

Most stores now boast an expansive food section, complete with fresh produce, canned food, prepared meals, snacks, freezer food, and much more.

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Target also offers curbside pick-up for customers who know what they want and can order ahead.

The brand also recently launched its “Red” membership that allows users to scan items in-store to unlock exclusive discounts.

Though Target is still more expensive than Walmart, it offers more convenient features such as Apple Pay.

 

44. Trader Joe’s

Trader Joe’s is a socially conscious, sustainable, and economical option for shoppers all over the United States.

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Its interior decorations often reflect its location, often with a Hawaiian flair.

They sell a lot of brands, but also offer their own store-brand food, which is known to be amazing.

Some of their most famous Trader Joe’s original products are their cookie butter, orange chicken, and apple cider.

One of the best aspects of Trader Joe’s is its affordability, so people can buy healthy food and organic food at a low price.

Even better, the retailer now accepts Apple Pay in all locations.

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45. United Supermarkets

United Supermarkets is a Texas-based chain that is devoted to high-quality customer service, making positive change in the community, and outdoing its competitors.

United Supermarkets is owned by Albertson’s.

Sister companies include Amigos, Market Street, Albertson’s Market, and United Express.

 

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46. Vons

Vons opened in 1906 hoping to make grocery shopping more convenient for families.

It was so successful in its mission that in just 20 years, Vons had opened 87 more stores.

In the 1940s, prepackaged perishables were introduced to the food market, which allowed grocery stores to carry more products for longer periods.

In the 1970s, Vons had opened 159 stores and was the number one grocery store in southern California.

 

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47. Walgreens

Walgreens is a pharmacy and small grocery store much like CVS, Duane Reade, and Rite Aid.

You can go to Walgreens to fill a prescription, print photos, buy Halloween candy, and even do some of your grocery shopping.

Walgreens has its own store brand called Nice! that sells all your favorite products at a lower cost, such as mixed nuts, bottled water, cookies, and more.

You can do all of your shopping in one place at Walgreens and rack up loyalty points to redeem a discount on your next purchase.

All Walgreens locations now have Apple-Pay enabled technology so you can just double click your power button, and you’re all set!

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At some Walgreens, you can order your prescriptions online and pick them up in the drive-through, and still pay with Apple Pay, making your shopping experience convenient and almost completely contactless.

 

48. Wegmans

Wegmans Markets is a privately held supermarket chain based in the mid-Atlantic and northeastern parts of the United States.

There are 106 stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts, and North Carolina.

The company boasts a whopping 52,000 employees.

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It was founded in 1916 and is still owned and operated by a member of the Wegman family.

It has been consistently ranked as a great company to work for, because of the way they support their employees and give back to the community.

There are strong employee benefit programs such as tuition scholarships.

Wegmans stores are usually huge—about 75,000 to 140,000 square feet—to fit up to 70,000 different products.

More than 4,000 of these products are organic.

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Customers love Wegman’s because it is the closest thing America has to an open-air European market through its daily offerings of fresh bread, ripe produce, artisan pastries, fresh seafood, international favorites, and more.

Many locations also offer a Market Café where customers can eat the food they just bought or order coffee and snacks.

There’s also a pharmacy that offers free delivery, automatic refills, and even pet medication.

Better yet, Wegman’s accepts Apple Pay, which will make your shopping experience that much better.

 

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49. Whole Foods

Whole Foods is one of the biggest health food stores in the United States, and they are beginning to expand their business to the global market.

Whole Foods is a high-end, premium supermarket that caters to people who invest in natural products.

They carry artisan breads, cheeses, and meats, in addition to organic produce and snacks.

You can even dine in Whole Foods, after buying premade food from their hot bar, cold bar, salad bar, sushi section, or soup bar.

Whole Foods caters their inventory to the local market, by also carrying items made by local small businesses.

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Some locations have a separate section called Whole Body, which carries natural body products and nutritional supplements.

Since Whole Foods was acquired by Amazon, the company has worked to maintain their technology to evolve alongside Jeff Bezos’s vision.

They now accept Apple Pay, which makes it a lot easier to spend a lot of money at Whole Foods.

 

50. Winn-Dixie

Winn-Dixie is a supermarket popular mainly in the southern United States.

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They carry all of the major brands and also have a great rewards program for loyal shoppers.

There are now more than 515 stores in Florida, Louisiana, Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama.

They offer a substantial rewards program that allows loyal customers to save their points to redeem on future purchases.

 

Conclusion

Apple Pay is the most convenient way to pay for your products.

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The fact that so many of your favorite grocery stores now accept Apple Pay will make your shopping experience that much more enjoyable.

When you are busy at the checkout line and have many things to juggle like checking out your food and bagging your items, it’s easy to get flustered when it comes time to pay the bill.

Apple Pay makes things simpler by only requiring your phone to be near the payment machine.

You will still be able to earn all the points associated with your chosen credit card in addition to whatever customer loyalty points you may earn at the supermarket.

Contactless payments through Apple Pay, Google Pay, or cryptocurrency are quickly becoming the standard.

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Even if you don’t see your favorite grocery store on this list now, there’s a good chance that it will be there in the next few years.

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