In 1988 Walmart forever changed the world of food retailing by opening the first Supercenter in Washington, Missouri. Since then other alternative formats and channels such as Dollar (Extreme Value), Chain Drug, and Warehouse/Club have collectively siphoned dollar share from the Traditional Grocery Channel. In 1988, Traditional Grocery held the lion's share of food and consumables, with a dollar share of 90%. At the close of 2006, the channel's share had declined to 50%. At the end of 2015, dollar share had reached an all-time-low of 46%.