About Super One Foods
Welcome to Super One Foods, U-Save Foods, County Market, and Woodland Marketplace Foods – 33 stores that are owned and operated by Miner´s Inc. in Hermantown, Minnesota. We are sure you will easily find all the information you’re looking for on our website, just as you would find all the items you are looking for when you visit one of our stores.
From Grand Forks, North Dakota through Minnesota and Wisconsin, to stores throughout the upper peninsula of Michigan, we want you to shop with confidence, knowing that the quality and price you´ll pay are a true value on every item. Our standards for all departments are the highest you´ll find.
The Miner´s family original business was a small tavern started in 1943 by Tony and Ida Miner that offered local residents ice-cold beer. When Tony Miner noticed that many customers left early in the evening so they could buy their bread and milk before their nearby grocery store closed for the day, he added a milk cooler and bread to the items he sold. And that simple, yet insightful decision based on Tony and Ida´s customer's needs is the foundation of what you will still find today when you visit a Super One Foods, U–Save or Woodland Marketplace Foods store. Read More..
Super One Foods has long been involved with the support of many charitable causes. We firmly believe in our association with the neighborhoods we serve and take seriously the responsibility of being a member of your community. We recognize that the continued success of our company is linked to the vitality of the customers we serve and the communities we call home. We receive hundreds of requests, both at store level and at our main office. While all of your requests are important, we must first stay true to our company philosophy of offering low prices on groceries. So, we´ve learned to be thoughtful with the dollars we donate. Read More..
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Potato LatkesPeel the potatoes and grate them on the large holes of a hand-held grater or in a food processor. Transfer the more..
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