Winking green leprechaun and two bees alongside green text over white background.
Jewel-Osco is a supermarket chain in the Chicagoland area as well as in other parts of Illinois and Iowa. The company started as a door-to-door coffee service in 1899 by Frank Vernon Skiff. A chain of grocery stores were opened in 1932. Today, Jewel-Osco has more than 45,000 employees and makes up 45% of the sales in grocery markets in Chicago.
A Leprechaun is a supernatural being in Irish folklore that bestows good luck or even a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. A four leaf clover is also a symbol of good luck in Irish culture as it is difficult to find since most clovers have three leaves. Irish culture celebrates good luck in general as expressed by the phrase “the luck of the Irish.”
Honey, although literally a sweet, edible by-product of beehives, is a term of endearment said to someone considered sweet. The phrase “I’m in love with you, honey” could indicate strong affection for a person or the sweet food.
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