Marsh Supermarkets was an American retail food chain headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, with nearly 100 stores located throughout Central Indiana and parts of western Ohio (including metropolitan Cincinnati). Its parent company was Sun Capital Partners, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. The company filed for bankruptcy on May 11, 2017, and was eventually liquidated. Topvalco, Inc., a subsidiary of Supermarket chain giant and competitor Kroger purchased 11 out of the 44 remaining stores while Ohio-based Fresh Encounter purchased another 15 stores. The unsold 18 stores were closed on or before July 8, 2017.
At its height at the end of 2013, Marsh Supermarkets had 86 stores branded as Marsh before beginning the first round of store closings during the first month of 2014.
A upset former employee said this in a review about the work environment "I worked for Marsh for 5 years I only stayed that long because I loved my co-workers the job was highly stressful the mangers sat in chairs all day barking orders and would never help out when the store got busy so nothing ever got done they never gave any hrs I started off at 12 hrs a week and when they closed down I was working 20-30 hrs a week and it took 5 yrs for that to happen and I only received 3 raises the whole time i was employed when they closed down it was no surprise."