Homeland is a supermarket chain in the United States. Homeland's headquarters is in Edmond, Oklahoma. As of 2016, it operates approximately 90 supermarkets in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. Most Homeland supermarkets also include a pharmacy.
The company used to be the Oklahoma division of Safeway, and it was spun off from Safeway in 1987. The "Homeland" name was adopted in 1988.
Homeland filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in September 2002, at which point it was bought by and became a subsidiary of Associated Wholesale Grocers. The supermarkets still operate under the "Homeland" name.
In June 2007, Homeland purchased seven stores from the Albertsons grocery chain.
On November 14, 2008, Homeland purchased five Williams Discount Food stores, formerly Albertsons. This purchase became official December 14, 2008.
In September 2013, Homeland's parent company, HAC, Inc. bought 11 of the Belle Foods chain stores; most of those stores bearing the Piggly Wiggly name.
- Haysville, KS
- Ardmore, OK
- Bartlesville, OK
- Bethany, OK
- Chickasha, OK
- Clinton, OK
- Duncan, OK
- Edmond, OK
- Elk City, OK
- Enid, OK
- Guthrie, OK
- Haskell, OK
- Henryetta, OK
- Jay, OK
- Marietta, OK
- Muskogee, OK
- Mustang, OK
- Norman, OK
- Nowata, OK
- Okemah, OK
- Oklahoma City, OK
- Pauls Valley, OK
- Perry, OK
- Pryor, OK
- Seminole, OK
- Shawnee, OK
- Yukon, OK
- Justin, TX (Super Save Foods)
- Sanger, TX (Super Save Foods)
- Weatherford, TX (Cash Saver)
- Homeland files for bankruptcy | Journal Record, The (Oklahoma City) | Find Articles at BNET.com
- Homeland to sell 10 stores, close 16 | Journal Record, The (Oklahoma City) | Find Articles at BNET.com
- Final Albertsons signs taken down, The Oklahoman, August 4, 2007.
- Homeland to Buy United of Oklahoma
- Homeland Stores Purchases Four Super Save Foods Stores in North Texas
- Homeland Employees Buy Chain From AWG