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White Hen Pantry

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White Hen Pantry Chicago 1981

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White Hen Pantry and iFranchise Group

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GOODBYE WHITE HEN

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Former White Hen Pantry-7-Eleven turned Domino's and Abandoned Family Video- Lindenhurst, Illinois

White Hen Pantry was a Lombard, Illinois-based chain of approximately 261 predominantly franchisee-owned convenience stores located in and around Chicago, Boston / New England, southern Wisconsin, northwest Indiana and central Illinois areas of the United States. Most of the stores were open 24 hours and offered an array of standard convenience store fare such as coffees, cappuccinos, frozen and dry goods and toiletries. Many also had full delis serving boxed sandwiches and salads, name-brand meats and cheeses and fresh fruits and vegetables. White Hen's array of services included catering options and sales of external holiday gift cards. Most stores also had ATMs and provide lottery ticket sales; White Hen was the largest lottery ticket vendor in the state of Illinois.
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