Food City is a locally owned and community-focused store chain. Their stores are across Southeast Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Northeast Tennessee, and North Georgia, with convenient features like pharmacies and fuel centers for added convenience and grocery delivery/pickup services.
Cartersville is an ideal family destination, featuring an inviting downtown district and numerous family-run eateries. Furthermore, its proximity to Atlanta makes commuting simple.
It is a great place to live.
This small town offers much to its residents; its schools are excellent, and the people are friendly and welcoming, making it a perfect place for raising children or starting careers. It’s affordable and close to Atlanta, so commuting is simple. Additionally, its downtown district features excellent local shops and restaurants, the Tellus Science Museum, and many hiking opportunities.
By late summer, Food City will open a 59,000-square-foot store in Bartow County, Georgia. The 59,000 square feet will feature a bakery/deli, hot food bar, cafe seating area, deluxe salad bar, and hickory wood smoker – in addition to having a full-service meat and seafood department that offers pre-marinated oven-ready products and top-quality Certified Angus beef products.
Fresh produce at this retailer will feature organic options and regular crops, while its frozen food selection will include entrees and dinner kits. Furthermore, a floral boutique and a pharmacy will be on-site; customers may use the GoCart curbside pickup service.
K-VA-T Food Stores operates 148 stores throughout southeast Kentucky, southwest Virginia, east Tennessee, north Georgia, and Alabama from their headquarters in Abingdon, Virginia. K-VA-T offers value-driven grocery experiences at its locations that feature free delivery, pharmacy services, gas stations, and more – making for a memorable shopping experience that offers free delivery and pharmacy and gas station services at each location.
It is a great place to shop
Food City Cartersville offers affordable shopping with plenty of variety at an economical price and is located near Atlanta for easy commuting. Cartersville boasts excellent public schools with friendly residents who all get along well together; its local college is part of the USG system for seamless transferability to more prominent universities; there are several dining options such as Kumo Hibachi & Sushi and Shane’s Rib Shack as well as affordable delivery spots such as IHOP and Mr. Eggroll available there as well.
This 59,000+ square-foot store will feature an in-store bakery/deli, Asian wok, deluxe salad bar, and hickory wood smoker, as well as a full-service meat/seafood department featuring oven-ready products pre-marinated in fresh herbs or seasoning; top-quality seafood selection and certified Angus beef products – with wine tasting stations, Pharmacy services, Food City Gas ‘n Go and Starbucks cafe on site.
Cartersville boasts many excellent dining establishments, from vintage diners offering Southern comfort foods to luxury resorts with white tablecloth dining. Cartersville’s diverse culinary scene has come into its own in recent years – 14 chef-owned restaurants offer casual family fare to upscale fine dining experiences; several wine bars and even a craft brewery round out this impressive list of options.
It is a great place to eat.
Cartersville offers plenty to see and do, from vintage diners serving comfort food like country ham to gourmet restaurants crafting culinary feasts. To start exploring, start downtown, where shops and local mom-and-pop restaurants abound; this city also features numerous museums to discover!
Downtown Westerville boasts many attractions, such as Tellus Science Museum and Rose Lawn Museum. Although the city grows fast, you’ll still feel small-town charm here. And for an exciting big-city experience, Atlanta is only an hour’s drive away!
Cartersville offers many excellent food delivery options. These include restaurants like Kumo Hibachi & Sushi and Shane’s Rib Shack for Japanese and American fare, respectively; KFC and Chick-fil-A are popular spots, respectively; plus there’s always Food City!
Food City is a locally owned and community-focused grocery store chain serving Southeast Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Northeast Tennessee, and North Georgia. Renowned for providing excellent value to customers, its stores offer pharmacies and fuel centers for added convenience – its headquarters can be found in Abingdon, Virginia.
It is a great place to work.
Food City is a family-owned and operated grocery store dedicated to offering customers value in all they do. Since 1918, they have made customers happy by providing pharmacy delivery, fuel center usage, and curbside pickup services. Currently, Food City operates 148 stores throughout southeast Kentucky, southwest Virginia, east Tennessee, and north Georgia.
Bartow County recently welcomed its latest location of Joe Frank Harris Parkway & Mac Johnson Road SE for construction to begin, which will boast 59,000+ square feet with features including in-store bakery/deli, cafe seating area, Asian wok, deluxe salad bar and hickory wood smoker – plus energy saving concepts such as LED lighting and parking lot sensors plus an open rafter ceiling design – as well as energy-efficient features including LED lighting and parking lot sensors – expected to open next summer.
Food City employees enjoy competitive wages and superior benefits. Employees of Food City enjoy access to medical, dental, and vision coverage and benefits like their 3% company match 401(k), Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), paid holidays/vacations, paid leave, and more.
Cartersville offers excellent employment benefits and a robust community environment, making commuting easier to Atlanta than other towns nearby. Furthermore, Cartersville public schools boast outstanding academic reputations that prepare their students well for college or professional life.