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In , John Hartford died in the Chrysler Building after returning from a meeting of the automaker's board of directors. Burger was also President of the John A. However, by late , the initial sales gains evaporated and the six outside directors threatened to resign unless Burger retired.
In , the board turned to William J. Kane agreed to resign and was replaced by Jonathan Scott, the year-old president of Albertsons. Scott hired numerous executives from outside and pushed authority down to the regional level. Scott continued Kane's efforts to improve basic store operations including cleanliness and customer service instituting a large training program. Manufacturing was also reorganized. Hartford Foundation finally came to the conclusion that it could no longer wait for a turnaround.
Erivan Haub , owner of the German Tengelmann Group , expressed interest. Born in , Haub studied retailing in the U. Although still having a home in Germany , his children were born in the United States. Haub also quietly bought other shares until he owned Scott did not renew his five-year contract; Haub hired James Wood to become chairman. Wood, an Englishman who was the same age as Haub, previously ran the American Grand Union supermarket chain.
However, the concept failed to win American customers who were attracted to other chains offering low prices on national brands. In October , it announced that it would downsize to under 1, stores and close the Chicago division. William Walsh, then a recently retired executive, filed a class action that was ultimately settled by increasing the value of the annuities.
The unions offered to purchase the stores, but realized that they did not have the capital required. The new banner, " Super Fresh ", proved profitable. The new stores included pharmacies, larger bakeries, and more general merchandise. In , Wood also retired as Chairman, with Haub assuming that title as well.
Christian Haub was Chairman. The recession hit many supermarkets as customers migrated to discount markets in even greater numbers. According to documents submitted to U. In January , Sam Martin resigned. Rumors also surfaced about a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and total liquidation, selling the company in pieces, as well as a Chapter 11 bankruptcy with selling in pieces. The company remained for sale as a whole, receiving no bids for any of its stores. Other alternatives were explored, including selling other assets.
Interiors included crystal chandeliers, tin ceilings, and walls with gilt-edged Chinese panels. A clerk stood behind a long counter to serve customers self-service did not become common until the s , and the cashier's station was shaped like a pagoda. On average, each supermarket replaced six older combination stores. During the Scott era, store design was modernized and controlled from headquarters. The Futurestore interior was black and white, compared to the green and white of Sav-A-Center stores.
Most Futurestores also had a glass atrium storefront. In addition, Futurestore signage featured pictograms , similar to those of European supermarkets. Futurestores typically offered the latest in gourmet departments and electronic services in exclusive neighborhoods. Many customers felt Futurestore did not have the same panache of other upscale food retailers, which not only offered more gourmet products, but also cooked and delivered it.
In , the company became among the first to sell a branded pre-packaged food product, introducing "Thea-Necter" brand tea. Also in the s, the company adopted the name "Eight-O'Clock" for its coffee. Until the creation of a combined Manufacturing Group in , the corporation's production operations were conducted by four separate divisions: In and , the corporation added the environmentally-sensitive Green Way brand, . Circulation reached 3 million in and 4 million by , when the magazine was sold to Fawcett Publications.
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