When the company moved away from non-food items and fresh brand in the market, many shops have been rebuilt and renovated. Since the mid-2000s to today, many of the older inventory has undergone several improvements. These projects were helping to modernize tea and simplify and improve the customer experience.
In 2006, one of the participants Acme Tops Markets, he announced that he was leaving northeast Ohio and Acme Weekly Ad needed to sell its 46 stores. Eight of these sites were in the area of Akron, some of Acme Weekly Ad operated as Finast. Acme president Steven T. Albrecht pointed to the Akron Beacon Journal that the company will "review the tops trades" to see if any "goals scored Acme is" Acme No. 11, located in Tallmadge, moved to one of the former Tops stores across the street in 2007. Later that year bought Acme peaks somewhere in Parma, Ohio, who for a year had been empty. The new store opened May 3, 2008, as amended Acme No. 20th.