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Red & White Food Stores in Port Burwell (Ontario, Canada)

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Red & White Food Stores in Port Burwell (Ontario, Canada)

Red & White Corporation is a chain of independently owned and operated food stores operating in the United States. While it has been supplanted by supermarket chains in many of its locations, its signature red dot logo with the words Red & White can still be found on small independent grocers in many states. A Red & White store in 2006. Red & White stores were independent grocery stores in small towns. The company did centralized buying and distribution for the small stores to allow them to compete against large chains that were consolidating their power in the 1920s. All members of this group had the words Red & White as part of their names, usually with the owner’s name or town name as well. The firm started around 1925. The corporation Red & White, headquartered in Chicago, procured branded products for the independent grocery stores. The headquarters were located at the Mercantile Exchange Building at 308 West Washington Street in the present day Chicago Loop.
[Source:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_%26_White_(food_stores)]

Port Burwell is a community on the north shore of Lake Erie, in the municipality of Bayham in Elgin County, Ontario, Canada. It is situated at the mouth of Big Otter Creek. Originally part of Bayham Township, Port Burwell was surveyed in 1830 by Mahlon Burwell, surveyor for land grant recipient Colonel Thomas Talbot. A bustling port and rail terminal for much of its history, Port Burwell was incorporated as a village in 1949. It was reamalgamated with Bayham and the Village of Vienna to form an expanded Township of Bayham in 1998. In November 2012, HMCS Ojibwa—a retired ‘cold war’ submarine—was placed in a permanent site in Port Burwell as part of the Museum of Naval History.
[Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Burwell,_Ontario]

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