Short sleeve retro tee with the Pantry Pride logo on front. During the 1960s, Food Fair was a large American supermarket chain which started in Harrisburg, PA. They had great success, and the most significant purchase for the company was that of a small Philadelphia chain called Best Markets. Best's private label brand was called Pantry Pride. When Best Markets launched a chain of no-frills discount grocery stores in mid-decade, it used the name Pantry Pride. The stores that were under the "Pantry Pride" logo eventually became more popular than the "Food Fair" brand. By 1970, Food Fair had converted most of its stores to the Pantry Pride banner and the company’s popularity grew further. In 1976, Pantry Pride acquired Hills Supermarkets of New York and later that year, purchased the remaining 17 stores of Philadelphia-based Penn Fruit. Company.
FABRIC: Super-soft blended CVC crew, 60% combed cotton/40% polyester jersey. 4.3-oz.
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CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Turn inside-out when washing for best results -- Machine Wash. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low.