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Best Grocery Store: Hornbacher’s

Location: Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo

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Hornbacher's has been named Best Grocery Store in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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“Every day the Hornbacher's team strives to provide a fresh, high quality, friendly and clean shopping experience,” President Matthew Leiseth said. "It is humbling and gratifying that their hard work has not gone unnoticed.”

How does your business support this community? 

“Hornbacher’s supports the Great Plains Food Bank, Big Brother/Big Sister, YWCA and Rape and Abuse Crisis Center through major fundraising,” Leiseth said. “Hornbacher’s employees are also committed to supporting the United Way of Cass Clay and have been a top 10 Most Generous Workplace for many years.”

  • Second place: ALDI
  • Third place: Cash Wise Foods
  • Fourth place: Natural Grocers
  • Fifth place: Daily’s Market

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