It’s the best grocery store in Chicago, according to a new study.

Recode’s Data-Driven Survey of Retailers says Chicago grocery store chains with a total of at least $100 million in annual sales are the most popular with a whopping 95 percent of respondents saying they are the top 10 places to buy groceries in the U.S.

The survey, which was conducted by SurveyMonkey and surveyed 1,000 people in 50 cities across the country, ranked Chicago’s five grocery stores in order of importance.

The top 10 is the No. 1 overall, with four of them being in Chicago.

Here’s a look at the top five cities for grocery shopping:1.

Kroger: Kroger is one of the top three grocery chains in the country.

Its retail outlets are scattered across Chicago, but its headquarters is in downtown Chicago.

It also has a chain of grocery stores, including the Chicago Food & Wine Festival and its popular Food & Drink Shop, which are both in the Loop.

Kroggevents grocery store is a great spot for a quick lunch or dinner purchase.

It’s in the city’s southwest neighborhood, with a parking lot that overlooks the city.2.

Walmart: Walmart is the largest retailer in Chicago and is the only one that doesn’t have a headquarters in the neighborhood.

Its stores are located in and around the city, but it has no headquarters in or around the Loop, although it does have headquarters in Northbrook.3.

Whole Foods Market: Whole Foods is the second-largest grocery retailer in the United States, and it also has headquarters in Chicago’s North Loop.4.

Sam’s Club: Sam’s Clubs is a chain that includes many of the other big chains, including Kroger, Kroger Supercenter, and Wal-Mart.

It has about 3,000 stores across the U: Chicago, Milwaukee, Cleveland, and St. Louis.5.

Safeway: Safeway is the fourth-largest supermarket chain in the nation.

It operates its stores in five U.s.: Chicago, Minneapolis, New York City, and Atlanta.

Its headquarters are in the North Loop, but the chain also has an office in Chicago that provides services for other retailers.

It sells its groceries in Wal-mart stores.6.

CVS: CVS is the fifth-largest U. S. grocery retailer, and its stores are scattered throughout Chicago.7.

Trader Joe’s: Trader Joe, founded in the 1920s by Thomas J. Hunt, is the biggest grocery store chain in America, with about 12,000 locations across the nation and in most major cities.8.

Kmart: Kmart is a big-box store chain with more than 4,000 retail stores, most of which are in Chicago-area malls.

It is based in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Ill.9.

Trader Joes: Trader Jies is a department store chain that opened its first stores in Chicago in 1968.

The chain has expanded to include stores in New York and Los Angeles.10.

Walmart Plus: Walmart Plus is a company that sells its products online and in stores and at many of its retail stores.

It began with only six stores in the Midwest and now has more than 7,000 outlets.