That Mall is sick and that Store is dead!

June 28, 2009

Food Lion Advertisement, Early 1990’s

Filed under: commercials — Anita @ 10:16 pm

Food Lion Ad, Early 90's
Food Lion Ad, Early 90's.

Back in 2002 mom gave me these magazines from the early 90’s, I ripped out all the advertisements and put them in a folder for future use.

This is the way Food Lion looked when mom and I started to shop there because everybody in Hampton was shopping there.

I don’t particularly like Food Lion. Most of the stores are junky and overpriced.

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4 Comments »

  1. “I don’t particularly like Food Lion. Most of the stores are junky and overpriced.”

    Really? Ever since they redid most of their stores in the past couple years, they look a bit more upscale. My Food Lion’s deli/bakery has hardwood flooring and an organic foods section. It’s no Farm Fresh or Harris Teeter but it looks a lot better than IGA.

    Comment by Nathan — July 20, 2009 @ 10:45 am | Reply

    • The only Food Lion I can barely tolerate is the one in Windsor, VA that has the organic section.

      Comment by Anita — August 6, 2009 @ 4:41 pm | Reply

  2. Now I feel silly. I always thought Food Lion was a regional Asian-supermarket! Guess I’ll give it a try, now. Although, if it’s junkie and overpriced, I may not buy anything!
    Scott

    Comment by BIGMallrat — July 25, 2009 @ 9:56 pm | Reply

  3. I’m thinking those pictures could definitely pass for the current average Food Lion.

    Comment by ellez — August 13, 2009 @ 2:24 pm | Reply


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