Albertsons

When Joe Albertson opened his first grocery store in Boise, Idaho, in 1939, he called it “Idaho’s largest and finest food store.” Joe was innovative.  He had one of the first magazine racks in the country. He offered his customers hot, buttered popcorn, roasted nuts, and double-dipped home-made ice cream cones, plus one of the first scratch bakeries. From the beginning, his philosophy was to “Give the customer the merchandise they want, at a price they can afford, complete with lots of tender, loving care.”

Today, in all of its stores from Arizona to Florida and with over 20,000 associates, Albertson’s LLC still practices this same philosophy. The organization has evolved from that corner store into a chain spanning several states, but its focus continues to be on the customer, and on becoming the favorite neighborhood food and drug retailer in every market where it does business.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Publix
HQ
Boise, US
Founded
1939
Albertsons was founded in 1939 and is headquartered in Boise, US

Albertsons Office Locations

Albertsons has an office in Boise
Boise, US (HQ)
250 E Parkcenter Blvd

Albertsons Data and Metrics

Albertsons Summary

Founding Date

1939
Albertsons is a subsidiary of Publix

Albertsons Financial Metrics

Albertsons's revenue was reported to be $58.7 b in 2015
USDY, 2015E

Revenue

58.7 b
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Albertsons Online and Social Media Presence

Albertsons News and Updates

Albertsons snaps up meal kit startup Plated

 In a first for national grocery chains, Albertsons is buying the healthy meal kit delivery startup Plated for an undisclosed amount, brokered by Credit Suisse Group AG. Read More

Albertsons Is in Talks to Buy Price Chopper

For around $1 billion, people familiar with the matter said.

Grocery strike averted: Workers reach tentative deal with Ralphs and Albertsons

Southern California grocery workers have reached a tentative labor agreement with the Ralphs and Albertsons chains. The move averts the immediate threat of a strike that could have roiled some of the region's largest supermarket chains. Rick Icaza, the president of United Food and Commercial Wor…

Albertsons Company Life and Culture

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