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Albertsons Corporate Office Address

Albertsons LLC
250 E Parkcenter Blvd
Boise City, Idaho 83706

Contact Albertsons

Phone Number: (208) 395-6200
Fax Number: (208) 395-6349
Email: Email Albertsons

Albertsons Facts

Date Founded:
Founding Location:
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Albertsons Executives

CEO: Robert Miller
CFO: Robert B. Dimond
COO: Wayne A. Denningham

Albertsons History

Albertsons was founded in 1939 by Joe Albertson in Boise, Idaho as Albertson’s Food Center.  The original store had free parking, a money-back guarantee on products and an ice cream parlor, all firsts at the time.

The company expands to Oregon, Washington, Utah and Montana during the 1950s.

In 1959, the company goes public.

In 1964, the company expands to California with the acquisition of Greater All American Markets.

In 1976, the company begins building superstores and starts to phase out its traditional grocery locations.

In 1979, the first warehouse store is opened.

In 1992, the company acquires Jewel Osco and their 74 stores.

In 1999, the chain acquires American Stores Company in a huge acquisition deal.

In 2004, the company acquired both Shaw’s and Star Markets chains.

In 2006, the chain was acquired by SuperValu and taken private.

In 2013, the chain was acquired from SuperValu by Cerberus Capital Management.

Today, Albertsons operates over 1000 stores in 29 US states under 8 separate brands.



Albertsons FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Albertsons?
Answer 1: The phone number for Albertsons is (208) 395-6200.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Albertsons?
Answer 2: The CEO of Albertsons is Robert Miller.

Question 3: Who founded Albertsons?
Answer 3: Albertsons was founded by in .

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Larry Hider March 14, 2019 at 7:09 pm

when go in to safeway’s the work are not nice and the stuff on the shell the date is out the date and the people’s in the meats and seafoods department like to pick there nose and touch the meat and seafood and anything come in they will not but in the freezer and the ice box they will keep out 4 20 min before they will put in the freezer and ice box what will you do ?


Mariama Jobe February 4, 2019 at 12:44 pm

on 1/28/19 was sick like a dog with cough and fever. Sent my son to the Albertsons on Archibald and scheilsman in Eastvale California to get me a bottle of robitussin cough syrup. He came home with a bottle of the medication being so sick was not thinking about checking the bottle. Took the medication until it was almost empty when I realized the medication has been expired since 11/2018. Went to the store asked for a complaint form I was told they don’t have any. I still have the expired medication and seriously thinking of what to do next. And by the way still sick and went in to see my doctor.


Bill Giambone February 2, 2019 at 8:23 pm

To Joe Albertson ( how I wish he could read this )
I have been a shopper at Vons Grocery Store #2596 369 Magnolia Ave Corona, Ca.91720
since August 2008, I have spent thousands of dollars in this store and know a lot of the people that work here on a first name basis, in this store at least a couple times a week. I was in the store today and purchased $ 129.05 worth of items, my groceries were bagged except 5 12 pack cases of soft drinks and 12 bottles of Signature sparkling water. I now walk out the door trying to wiggle pass people entering the store and Girl Scouts, Parents of Girl Scouts and a large table with Girl Scout Cookies, I get to my car and continue to load groceries into my car when one of the employees is yelling at me to quit putting the groceries into my car accusing me of stealing the groceries also saying that one of the Girl Scouts saw me sneak out of the store without paying ( is this your security a 10 year old Girl Scout? ) I was humiliated by the accusation and the way I was talked to by this employee who ever she is. I told the accuser that I would walk back in and go to the checkout where I paid and then on the way in the Girl Scout said it wasn’t me, by that time I was very upset that the word of this little girl caused this issue and as far as your employee she just wanted me to blow it off like it never happened. I have been a customer for a long time and now I don’t think I will ever patronize Vons or an Albertsons again. There is a Ralphs and a Stater Bro. not to far away. Funny thing also is I am self employed and have my Logo on the side of my vehicle with a phone number and parked directly in front of this store. This was a debit transition $ 129.05 65 items sold 02/02/19 15:09 2596 3 162 2376.
Is this a way to treat loyal customers?


Arturo Gonzalez July 3, 2018 at 7:54 pm

5 pm in Albertsons Tucson Arizona corner of La Cholla and Ina July 3rd , no chicken in 40 piece plus pan and no attendant, was in handicap cart, waited no one came around, went to customer service where MGR. was rude and condescending voice telling me that Albertsons reserved the right to limit the rain check when i asked for 10 lb or even if I could get one, , told her they did not limit when io bought 10 lbs before told I could get half, called meat department said they had tons of chicken , well I don’t understand they say they have tons of it back there insinuating I am lieing, not true rode back in cart still no chicken and no attendant left store after addressing situation with MGR and she would not even reply ,like she could care less if I was a customer or not, , did not say a word or try to correct the situation. now I had to go get chicken elsewhere because of the failure of meat department to maintain any product levels and failure of MGR to give customer service , worst experience ever since I started shopping in Albertsons in florida over 20 years ago, twice I was basically called a liar, howis it possible that your store cannot maintain 40 piece plus pan with chicken, how can you let such a big pan like that run out ,most Albertsons keep smaller pans and they always have chicken as advertised, why is this store incapable of such an easy task their was no one at the butcher counter for the span of almost 20 min or more evenafter the MGR told them I was on the way , why because they do not care not even after the MGR<called and the MGR did not care to address it the second time I told her their was no chicken and no attendant in the back just a big empty pan of your advertised 4th of July special very very disappointed especially at the lack of professionalism by your MGR, i shop at Albbertsons not only for their specials ,bakery, and products but because of the friendly employees and the professionalism of the staff and management. the employee and mgr freindleness and professionalism was totally absent today ,very sad, and upsetting especially since i was in a handicap cart with my crutchs and in pain which made everything worse


Jaybeau May 18, 2018 at 12:04 pm

We have an Albertson’s at the corner of Highland Road and Airline Highway in Baton Rouge, LA On Monday, at 8:30 am we tried to get bagels. There were none. Found the store manager who said, “She gets 180 hours so there must be bagels.” Don’t know what that had to do with the price of bagels but he was wrong as a bagel breathe. On Thursday we stopped at the bakery at 10 am- NO BAGELS – and this was after the store manager promised to check on them daily. What gives ???


Bob jackson February 20, 2018 at 11:13 am

Was my earlier msg recieved ??


Mertis February 12, 2018 at 9:30 am

Your store in Burleson ,is the most racist work place I’ve ever seen.Why I always see the African American service clerks always remove carts from the parking lots while the other
males Caucasian standing áround lollygaging. One of your manager Terri have no customer service skill. In the need of training, to treat everyone fair.


BRT April 16, 2019 at 12:59 pm

Whats wrong with black people pulling in carts. Quit making a big deal out of nothing . All Lives Matter.


Ron R January 11, 2018 at 2:15 pm

At 1 time I was A dedicated Albertsons Customer, shopped with them 100%, but the last several years, all as been down hill. miss leading and confusing Ad’s, not being charged the Ad prices, get tired of having to find someone to correct the Price, about 90 % of the store personal are nice and polite, it’s not worth the hassle to find the to correct a price that matched an Ad price. to much time wasted in store, I carry ad with me, but you have to spend to much time , to double and triple check everything before you put it in your cart. Never seen any other store that runs ads the way they Albertsons does. makes me feel like they hope you don’t catch little things. Good BY Albertsons


john wolfe February 6, 2018 at 11:53 am

I see where customers of Albertsons complain about mis-pricing of items (especially sale items) — this is a problem in every store I’ve been in. Kroger is also very bad at pricing / shelf-tag positioning (putting the wrong item above a price tag). This is very bothersome as I can’s always stop to read the entire paragraph to find out that the item is mis-shelved. I think this is a problem industry wide and is due to computer tag generation and the huge number of similar items.

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE ! FIX THIS PROBLEM ……. for better customer relations.


ernie granados November 6, 2017 at 2:28 pm

to whom it may concern. i was at your henderson albertsons off of boulder and lake mead i had a a bad experience with one of the cashiers that represent you store. her name is lisa, i just recently started paying my bills there, today iwalked in at about 10 am oct 6 2017 there they usually dont have a person at the counter for customer ser. to pay bills so i always have to get one of the cashier to call over the intercome today i did the same thing that lisa told me angered i busy with a customer very rudely so i went to another cashier and she was sweet to so i started paying my bolls i decided to tell that women about how she taled to me and she got more rude . so i started telling her that she was no better than me amounst other things . then she said to me to get out of here and leave i said no and proceded to finsh paying my bills the she waled outside the came in front of and put her hand up but before that happened i noticed that she was mocking me makeing fun of me because i am gay the way doing it inwith another employee so that made me more sure i was going to report her then she came by and put up her hand i told her go on call some one because im going to report you then she dissapered then and employee started to verbally attack i told her this is not your bussiness get away from me she said that something is wrong with me she must be a doctor of syc. then i finishes my transaction and the girl thar helped was very sweet to me the one that helped me to pay my bills, this should have never happened but when you hire people thar hate other minorities that cant stand gays thats a problem you just dont treat people like that when you are and cant stand different people i hope i here from you. because that cant happen again how many people have not done nothing about and ignored people you have hired i am speaking for others that have had problems with lisa if i know iam a valued customer the what up with this what is wron with this picture. sorry but that was my and will be my problem with people like that what ever happened to custer service its gone to hell thanks i hope corporat read my concerd letter at abertsons in herderson neveda. i tried tocall the 877 number but no one come to answer your call so i writing this letter to you my phone number is 7020754XXXXX thanks but no thanks that store has a problem and some one needs to fix it thanks cheyenne.. 702 754XXXXX my number.


C Henry October 29, 2017 at 6:07 pm

Shasta Robson is the store director at Albertsons Store #6024 located at 2835 S Nellis Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89121. I was witness to her very unprofessional behavior on numerous occasions.

Shasta likes to yell at the courtesy clerks who are kind, respectful, hard-working young men, about carts not being cleared from the parking lot. I arrive at the store early and notice the parking lot is full of carts before many of the courtesy clerks start their shifts. The managers in charge of the night crew are not doing their jobs to make sure the carts are being cleared, which doubles the workload for the next shift.

Courtesy clerks should not be yelled at to clear the parking lot of carts as soon as they arrive at work, when the blame lies on the courtesy clerks before them who did not do their jobs. My husband and one of the courtesy clerks have something in common. They both served in the U.S. Air Force. Shame on Shasta for taking her frustrations out on courtesy clerks.

All employees should be treated with respect. Veterans especially who fought for our country should not be treated with disrespect. What Shasta is doing is verbal abuse. I thought Albertsons treats all customers and employees with respect? I am shocked to have witnessed this unprofessional behavior from a Store Director.

Because of Shasta Robson’s unprofessional behavior, my friends and I will not be shopping at this store. I have lost respect for this store director and will be letting all my neighbors know about how she treats her employees.

Shasta is also not listening to the employees. She just throws her arms up in the air and says “I don’t care!” when she is told that a customer who was banned has returned to the store. Shoplifting is rampant in this store. I saw a man carry cartons of beer and food out of the store, and no one stopped him.

I was shocked to overhear that Nicky, a manager at this store, wanted the courtesy clerks to wash trash cans and place them on the shelves for the customers to purchase. This is a health code violation and if I find out the courtesy clerks followed her orders and placed these used trash cans on the shelves to be sold, I will be reporting this incident to the Health Department.

Because of the drug users coming into the store, there should not be an open food bar. I won’t purchase food from the Wing Bar because I’ve seen customers take food from the Wing Bar, and leave the bones on shelves. They walk right out of Albertsons without paying for the food they just ate. Obviously, no one is watching the Wing Bar. I will be alerting the Health Department about this situation.

The money it is costing to renovate this store should be spent on raising salaries and hiring security to prevent people from stealing. This in turn, might lower the price of food customers pay to offset the loss of foot from shoplifters. This store is in a high-crime drug area and should have armed security. The casinos have armed security, why not supermarkets? Calling Metro doesn’t work because I have seen over and over again the police just release the shoplifter.


C Henry October 29, 2017 at 6:12 pm

Need to change the word foot to food. Meant to say This in turn, might lower the price of food customers pay to offset the loss of food from shoplifters.


Lausbub October 20, 2017 at 2:19 pm

Tried to reach Albertsons customer service via the phone various times and each time after 20 minutes of no answer on the phone line of 1-877-276-9637 (as listed at the website “contact us”0)
Issue is that a “just U” digital coupon is not available on-line as advertised in this weeks ad.

A online chat option would have worked too…guess that is misleading advertisment


Tammy Robinson October 20, 2017 at 3:22 pm

Try the corporate office number in our listing!


john rando October 19, 2017 at 3:01 am

i like any useful posts and blogs


Karen Hunsaker October 16, 2017 at 4:52 pm

I was just at A3202 in El Cajon, Ca. I waited in line for 10 minutes while the cashier Sherry or may have been Shelly gossips with customer while I and 3 others waited in line. When by patience wore out, I politely asked to be excused so I could exit the line and got verbally abused by both the cashier and the customer, needless to say I will not be spending my hard earned dollars here in the future. Suggest cashier be given some customer service skills!


L.Chambers October 12, 2017 at 1:03 pm

Live in Polson, MT and since Albertson’s bought out Safeway, they have been unable to get Open Nature Greek Frozen Cherry Yogart in the quart size. Several Albertson’s folks have contacted me, assuring me they would get it, but you changed warehouses, so far they can’t get it. Also the change to Albertson’s bakery items has really down graded the level of good bakery goods — it appears most are shipped in where they used to be baked locally. The employees at the Safeway Polson store are top notch excellent customer oriented employees. Ruth and Yetta, the cashier’s are wonderful, Josh the frozen food section is great, produce manager is top notch and store manager is always there for customers.


Matt Wilson September 27, 2017 at 8:33 pm

We will no longer shop at Abertsons as long as they sponsor the Dallas Cowboys!!!!!!


Joye Cantrell September 4, 2017 at 4:44 pm

To Whom It May Concern,

I have enjoyed shopping at the Albertsons in Banning, CA since 1994. For the last two years, however, the customer service has been in decline while prices are no longer competitive with nearby stores. The service is slow, cashiers and other workers do not look happy to be working at the store, rotation of product (FIFO) is poor and customer/manager interaction is now rare. After speaking with a worker, I was informed that since the merger with VONS, new systems of management have been put into place. The worker spoke about the inequity in worker pay compared to employees at the VONS store in Redlands. Albertsons was once a bustling supermarket, it is now slow even on payday. The vibe in the store reminds me of Kmart, before it started going out of business. Management needs to change. Please treat your employees better!

Concerned Shopper,

Joye Cantrell
Banning Resident


R. Gobel August 26, 2017 at 7:54 pm

I live in a retirement community near the Albertsons on Highland Springs in Banning, CA. Today I made two trips to the store to buy two items for a family gathering. Each time it took me a minute to pick up the items and 30 minutes to check out. There were three check stands open and 10 people at each stand waiting impatiently, including the 15 items or less. Almost every time I go in the store there are lines with minimal stands open. There used to be “threes a crowd” and another stand would open. That sign has been removed as of a few months ago. I asked the checker what was happening and she said she was sorry but it was out of her hands. Many retirees are complaining and going to Walmart and Stater Bros. Stater Bros never has more than three customers waiting. You will lose a lot more if something isn’t done to correct the problem.


Joye Cantrell September 4, 2017 at 4:47 pm

I concur. Customer service at this store is poor. At one time, they had the best customer service out of all the local supermarkets. Patronage at this store is in decline. Management needs to improve if it wishes to remain competitive.

Disappointed Customer


Christina August 4, 2017 at 4:03 pm

Your store on Rosedale Avenue in Bakersfield, CA should be shut down entirely. I have worked in customer service my entire life and have never taken anything to corporate before today.
I moved to Bakersfield in November of 2016 and -unfortunately – did not have a car out here. I decided to order from Von’s on Rosedale as it was close to me and the only store that delivers in my area.
The first time I received rotten produce, I thought perhaps it was a singular experience and I would give them another go as it was my first time ordering, and therefore, I had no experience to the contrary.
Each delivery I have gotten since that firs delivery has contained at least one rotten or long expired product. A jar of apple sauce I received was over THREE MONTHS out of date!
Recently, I had the second instance of ham ordered for my daughter being well passed it’s date. I was supposed to receive a $6 credit – and as of just this moment, while I wait for over 30 minutes to speak to someone almost 2 months later – I still have not received my credit. I add it as a note to my orders, mention it to delivery drivers and I get NOTHING. I am no longer ordering from Von’s Delivery service. You lost a customer a high paying customer.
It would be one thing if it was a sporadic occurrence but this is something that happens so often that I am disgusted and SHOCKED that a store would deliver to families with such a blatant disregard for their well-being.
I cringe, thinking about elderly people who can not shop for themselves and may not check their produce, fresh and canned foods before consumption.
Albertson’s, Von’s and every other name associated with this travesty of a chain should be ashamed at the quality of the product going out to (HIGH) paying customers.


SEG, CPA August 1, 2017 at 2:33 pm

RE – Safeway
Now that you’ve raised prices 30% I laid off 30% of staff the inventory stock is not rotated, dairy products remain on shelves weeks after expiration, checkout lines are impossibly long and everyone walks around the stores mad. – Great to see your acquisition strategy is paying off! Greater never having to visit any of your stores again! I am OUT goodbye forever.


Michelle July 31, 2017 at 8:21 pm

Because I have a very limited Social Security income I have a simple pre-paid cell phone which does not allow me to ‘download’ anything ….so does this mean that I and lots of other seniors can not get the sale prices offered on your NEW sale ‘Just4U’….and only those that can afford ‘downloads’ are able to get theses ‘Just4U’ sale prices…?


Michael J Lepore July 11, 2017 at 11:21 pm

in connection with your store on the Bothell Everett Highway in Mill Creek, please advise your managers to place a large, easily discernible sign on a post outside that major entry that they so often close at unpredictable periods of time. Many of your customers, including myself, approach the doorway only to find a very small sign mounted to the inside of the door that cannot be read until you actually have your nose up against the glass. It is horribly inconsiderate to cause people, especially at night, to walk to that portion of the store thinking they have access only to find out that those doors are locked. I will shop elsewhere until I see such a sign as I have suggested.


Jay July 9, 2017 at 1:23 am

Tonight was by far the worst experience I have ever had at the Coeur d Alene, Ironwood store and I will not be back ever again.
I came in with my daughter around 9pm and did some shopping. When I got to the check out they were busy and didn’t bother to call for back up and the available people were just sitting around. So I tried to use the self check out. I got all the stuff rang up, but when I tried to scan the yogurt it wouldn’t scan and the lady just sitting there wouldn’t help. So I got upset and decided to not get anything and as we were leaving the lady grabbed my daughter’s arm and asked her if she was going to pay for the stuff. Once again we weren’t taking anything with us. I stated I would never be back and another old lady with grey hair told us “good, don’t come back.” Really, that is so unprofessional. I will be letting everyone I know about my experience and will also be making a complaint to corporate office.


Rita Moore July 8, 2017 at 2:28 pm

I purchased a hearing amplifier from wal mart on line for your company. It as terrible and a Isent it back. I paid postage to return it . I want a full refund. Thank you. Rita moore


Sheri Millerup June 22, 2017 at 12:12 am

To Albertsons,
I was shopping at your store located on Mukilteo Speedway Washington State. I was checking out getting ready to pay $186.00 worth of groceries with a check. The cashier said they couldn’t take my check because it exceeded the limit?? What limit?? I was never informed that I had a limit or how much the limit is? So the cashier called the manager over and she explained, “the code that came up is my bank said that my check exceeds my limit” what a bunch of hog wash! At that moment I had two choices walk out n leave my groceries or pay with my debit which I HATE using at the grocery store!! I chose to make a point by using my debit that I had plenty of money to pay for my groceries. I have written plenty of checks over the last 30 years for a lot more than $186.00 I can assure you. Albertsons is forcing people into using their debit card so it can get hacked…no thanks! I spend a lot of money on groceries ALOT! I have written checks at Albertsons many times with no issue. But after the humiliation I suffered in that check out line I will NEVER NEVER shop at Albertsons again!! I will post on face book and my blog of the horrible experience I had at Albertsons. My whole family and friends will refuse to shop there. I’m so upset by my experience I’m very tempted to write an editorial to the Everett Herald or Komo 4 News alerting them to the fact that if you shop at Albertsons you will be forced into using a card to pay for groceries. I am taking my money and my business to Fred Meyer where I can write checks to my hearts content!!


Bailey Hearst-Muse April 15, 2017 at 12:43 pm

Good Morning:
I’m writing you concerning a complaint that I have while at one of your Albertsons #4124 on April 14, 2017 at 12:52pm . First of all let me say that a few of my co workers and friends that are of color has had similar experiences, while my friends that are caucasian have not. Yesterday, that particular store, was more convenient for me so I made the choice to shop there. When I went to your meat department there was a gentleman working, who looked up and seen me standing there, and never tried to assist me. He continued to do what he was doing. Needing help, I called my son to assist me over the telephone. I asked your employee for a particular type of fish, and he told me that perhaps it was in the frozen department. I hung up the phone with my son and I told him I would go there, and return with what I wanted to purchase. I went to try and find it in the direction that he pointed to, and couldn’t find it. As I returned, I stood about 10 feet away from him, knowing what I wanted to purchase. He continued to work. He looked up at me I smiled, and he continued to work. Another customer came up to the far end of the counter, and he stopped what he was doing, and he went to assist her. She never called him for assistance. He took the initiative to give her adequate customer service. I apologize for not knowing exactly what his name is, but he never got close enough for me to see his name tag, and I was unable to talk to him. I went over where I seen another guy working name Mike who was unloading items from a box, and asked him a question about fish. He stopped what he was doing, and went behind the counter and assisted me. My first thought was to put everything that I had purchased back because of the service that I received. Under the cirXXXXstance, that was not a possibility because I was under serious time constraints. I give Albertsons a lot of my hard earned money on a weekly basis, just not this particular store. I find it appalling that race is a very big issue at this store. My previous experiences at this store has been walking up to unfriendly cashiers. They don’t greet you when you approach their register, if you are a particular race. I remember my second experience at this store I had to look up and see the total for myself because your cashier never told me. She rung up everything and just stood there looking at me. The only reason I didn’t call or write about her, is because at the time I figured she was probably having a bad day. However, looking back on that experience, even if she was, that is not an excuse for taking your mood out on customers that are keeping you in operation. My kids attend Trinity Valley School on Bryant Irving and this store is certainly more convenient, but because of this experience, and others I have now made the decision, to go out of my way, to have a much pleasant experience elsewhere.


Sarah Camacho April 2, 2017 at 6:18 pm

Went to Albertsons in Highland Ca with my 3 year old son, while walking through the promotion aisle my son walked right into a BBQ grill they had on display in the middle of the aisle as it was his exact height receiving a large bump and small gash leading into a black eye. I asked to speak to a manager (Steve) who took more than 20 minutes to find then once located proceeded to start checking and ignored us, i told him i would like, to file an incident report as my child was hurt where he responded very rudely and inconsideratly that he would take care of it in a minute which i reponded you are the manager find someone else to check and take care of it now it was hid s responsibility. He became annoyed by the fact that he had to file the incident so was very cold and matter of fact when taking information which i found troubling since he is the one in charge . Steve should be ashamed of himself for his rude behavior and his inability to respond to this incident in a professional procedureal manner, this was my child we were discussing not milk, he needs to be replaced


Phyl March 27, 2017 at 6:35 pm

I traded with Albertson’s in California for approx 25 years and no issues moved then to Oregon and the stores here are terrible. I been over charged almost every time I go in. I go back cuz am disabled and its close to my house and also has many handicapped spots right in front……>>>This is the last time I went in and was told by customer service that i come in trying to get big amounts of money back???I am 80 years old had my receipt even called them to tell them as soon as I got home that i was way over charged again . I even took zerox copy of the add but she reamed me out loud right in front of customers and also in front of my neighbor. I was so upset I was ready to leave and she still kept hollering. When neighbor got me to parking lot he said he better check the ticket as I had him pick me up 2 cases of water on sale and sure enough he was also over charged 3.50 cents. I have had it!!! This store even had one of its workers use the FU– word to me when she was asked to help me. I asked for manager to call me and been 10 days and no call…….I doubt these are read but need to speak to Corporate and the phone number listed is not TOLL free!!! Stay away from Albertson’s and Safeway’s.


Phyl March 27, 2017 at 9:21 pm

This Albertson’s store is in Eugene, Oregon the one that the customer service person made a remark to me that I was coming in to get money for stuff not even on receipt which is a lie I had the receipt also called the sore as soon as I got home & told them. They said bring back receipt I did that plus a copy of their add. I still got reamed out in front of customers and also my neighbor who took me there. I am disables hard for me to get around and they know this since I shopped here for at least 23 years. Any manage that would hire a person or bring in one from another store that tells a customer that when I check out I need to come o customer service and wait for somebody to come go thru my groceries and receipt to make sure no mistakes? I am in congestive hearty failure and also have to get people to bring me when they can and to do this is crazy since they can’t get items into their terminals correct they harass the customers….. THIS NEEDS TO be told to higher management before another store sinks…..I can not even call Corporate due to no toll free number… This manage here still has not returned my call and it is about a week wince I left message for him to call.


ChristlLessard January 9, 2017 at 7:46 pm

I live in McMinnville Oregon and I’m never going to shop at the local Albertson’s store. About a month ago I went to do my regular shopping ad to pick up some shrimp from the ad. They were advertised for $7.99 a pound, but when I asked where those shrimp were I was told that they were not available and that if I wanted shrimp I would have to pay $12.99 per pound. I was told that just because it was in the ad for the smaller amount that it is up to the manager to sell it for that price. In my mind that is false advertising. Yesterday I was in the neighborhood and I needed some milk so I stopped in and to get some chicken advertised for $1.59 per pound, and again I was told that it was not available for that price. There are about 6 other grocery stores in town so I don’t need this store with their false ads.


Not Available November 12, 2016 at 1:11 am

I used to work for a Safeway store in the Bay Area and let me tell you, ALL CUSTOMERS SHOULD BOYCOTT THIS CHAIN OF STORES. Petition for your city to remove any and all Safeway stores from within its borders because their treatment of employees is horrendous and I guarantee flies have been on your food, someone didn’t wash their hands, or your “vegetarian” meal has come into contact with meat.

~Fun fast fact: The living wage for California is $12.65 an hour when it is one adult in the household. It is $25.25 when there are two adults (one working) and one child in the household. The average American family has three members living under one roof at any given time.

~Poverty wage for a household with one adult is $5 an hour. Poverty wage for a household with two adults (one working) and one child is what Safeway chooses to pay many of their employees; $10 an hour.


C Roze October 23, 2016 at 1:44 am

Hello I need the head boss or someone to. Contact me having issues with the 2 main managers of the Cut Bank MT Albertsons
Please I’m Native American an the bosses there are very rude before these 2 got sent to the store the bosses before that was awesome nice gave me 40 hours an over time
Now he 2 are only giving the Native Americans close to 4 days of time I work nights I stock so times we go over time but we never get the time an its only to the Native Americans. An I been with this Company for 2½ years. An I got 4 kids an bills & rent an getting 200 if that is not right at all. An the managers nephew was working he always slept on the clock never did anything on the you boats etc I always got him on video going to sleep the time an when he gets up. I showed to the manager an he never does anything at all but a raise.
When my aunt passed away in asked for 1 day off to attend the funeral an they said no. It’s getting to where I want to send all videos to better business Bureau but I want to get ahold of the big guys/ladies for help, I missed the recent visit they came here over the same situation about hours. But this is a different issue containing Native Americans an not getting the hours plus over time an I keep asking HR for my insurance but she keeps brushing me off 2½ years an I dont have benefits I told the old boss an he said to contact the CEO an talk about this. Please I need help
A Mother reaching out for help only place that I like doing my job but just need help with the managers changing their ways all human beings all racists should be equal should be all treated the same.
God Bless I hope I get Someone’s reply but no rude ones.
Thanks again & God Bless


Tracy Derks November 10, 2016 at 7:54 pm

My husband works at Albertson’s in Sheridan Wyoming. He started in September 2015, right before everything went to hell with the merger with Safeway. I can tell you this problem with cutting people’s hours seems to be common with all the stores. It is extremely stressful for the employees, their families and the CUSTOMERS! They are not getting taken care of properly due to the staffing cuts! I just found out that next week, THE WEEK BEFORE THANKSGIVING…my husband’s hours (and everyone else’s in the meat department) are SIGNIFICANTLY cut! I am disheartened. We can’t rely on a steady income from that place. Since the Corporate suits don’t seem to care about anything except lining their OWN pockets….I hope they enjoy it. Because they will eventually fail. CUSTOMERS are unhappy. EMPLOYEES are unhappy. Many customers are shopping elsewhere now! I can’t wait until my husband can get the HELL out of there! It used to be a good place to shop and to work. NOT THE CASE ANYMORE!!


Donna September 11, 2016 at 5:40 am

An Albertsons in Louisiana refused to bake a Trump themed birthday cake for an 18 year old girl. Apparently the woman working there decided her personal political views gave her the right to use corporate fascism to punish what she considered her political opponents.


Lisa September 11, 2016 at 5:25 am

Bakery Refuses to Bake Donald Trump Cake – No One Sues, Customers Simply Use Different Bakery
By Onan Coca September 8, 2016

In a shocking development, someone was refused service at a bakery, and instead of suing, the customer instead chose to give their business to a different bakery!

A Facebook post from one Louisiana teenager has gone viral after local media picked up the story.
Apparently, Ms. Gill was ordering a birthday cake for her Trump themed 18th birthday party when she was notified by the baker that she would not be making such a cake for her. When Gill and her mother arrived at the Albertson’s bakery to order their cake, they never expected that they might be doing something controversial. “We just need an American flag cake with Trump 2016 on it, and right when I said Trump the lady just (makes face) kinda Trump? And she was like I can make you a flag cake but I’m not going to write Trump on it,” Ms. Gill told the local Fox News station. When they realized that the bakery would not make the cake they wanted, they simply went elsewhere to get it. “It’s your job, we’re not really going for your opinion on what you think of the candidates we were just wanting Trump 2016 on the cake.”

Gill later recounted her story on Facebook as a way to “vent” her frustration, never expecting the story to gain national attention. In response to the traction that the story gained and the threat of backlash from local shoppers, Albertson’s corporate office issued an apology and said that the employees simply misunderstood company policy regarding copyrighted phrases, which sounds like an odd explanation for their initial refusal.

I would argue that there is a bigger lesson to be learned here though.

Notice that in response to the customer being refused service, there was an uproar and that the financial interests of the store were threatened, which pushed them to action. This is the way that a difference of opinion, complaint, or problem should be handled in a free market system. This is quite different than the methods used by homosexual activists to browbeat anyone who disagrees with their values and beliefs. In recent years we’ve seen example after example of a Christian-owned business being sued and persecuted by activists and local governments in an effort to drive those folks out of business. This is not the way a “free” society handles discrimination or dispute.

How much better off would our nation be if the liberal fascists stopped using the government as a bludgeon against conservative Christian citizens, and instead simply used the free market to voice their disagreement? Perhaps we’d be a kinder, gentler country if we were all free to believe and to shop as we pleased.


Derek July 15, 2016 at 8:50 pm

My wife and I shop at the Walmart in Sheridan, WY, 1865 Coffeen Ave. I’ve never had a problem with the manager or employees and know they are doing their best. Unfortunately today while our car was parked in the lot someone hit our door leaving several dents and some of the white paint from their vehicle. The manager was nice enough to take us to see the video but told us their system was not working and no video of the parking lot was available. Now my wife and I are considering shopping elsewhere where the parking lot video is functioning and our vehicle is somewhat protected.


Ashley May 15, 2016 at 1:58 am

I shop at the albertsons on ambassador and kaliste saloom. I seen multiple times i witnessed a black woman with long hair that worked in the bakery do drug deals. I seen herboutside a few times and once in the restroom. I refuse to shop there anymore. I refuse to bring my kids there. I was a loyal customer and now i will go somewhere eles.


Carlos Ordonez February 17, 2016 at 1:41 pm

Hello im trying to log into my account so i could put in an application but it locked me out so i cant log in. Please help with this.


lori February 4, 2016 at 12:46 am

I was at albertsons on 6th and central Ave in Billings mt today (1/3/16) I purchased 3 packs of cookies, one chocolate chip two brownie. Since when did you guys start put in nuts in these brownie cookies and not labeling the bags??? My kids are allergic. We have bought them before without nuts. Seriously poor judgment on the companies customer service. Just very disappointed in your company.


Mary December 24, 2015 at 9:29 am

CEO: Robert Miller
CFO: Rick Navarro
COO: Bob Butler
I do not shop where your company does not wish a MERRY CHRISTMAS. “JESUS” is the reason for the season. Most of us are Christians. I am taking myself off of your mailing list.


Joseph January 8, 2016 at 7:12 pm

You’re a f-ing retard.


Mike February 17, 2016 at 10:54 am

Jesus is not the reason for the season if you want to get technical, grow up, read through that bible again you so called “Christian”


Shaun March 9, 2016 at 11:42 am

Auto Correct arrgghh.
Hey Christian, stop your war on freedom!! Keep your religion in your church and in your home. Keep it out of public.


Carolyn December 15, 2015 at 5:06 pm


I live in California where the Vo’s stores were bought out buy Alberton’s from what I understand. The Von’s sTores here in San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, Grover Beach, Santa Maria, Nipomo, Paso Robles used to be Williams Bros and was owned by a local chain until Von’s bought all these stores out. Than they bough out Safeway and carry Safeway brands. In our area and not even up north there is not a separate store with the Safeway name on ir. That was absorbed by Von’s store. Von’s Store puts out their owns grocery ads with the specials in it that has Safeway brands.

Now that Albertson’s has bought out Von’s store there really only two stores that I know of in our area with the Albertson’s store name on them. One in Paso Robles and one 60 miles to the south of it in Santa Maria,Ca.

Even though Albertson’s bought out Von’s the corporate headquarters still continues to put out the different advertisements independent of each other. If it is a corporate store with all these stores underneath that Albertson’s should be running one add for all the stores wit the same Ad sales posted for both stores.
Instead you have separate ads for the the weekly items. That is a contradiction in terms. If you bought out the Von’s Store . Then you should change the name of Von’ s store to the Albertson’s name brand. This again is very confusing.
I also thing that these stores should merge products , etc. Hopefully, the workers are all on the same pay program. I was looking at the adds today and was concerned because there were some items in Albertson’s than were less expensive. I would have to drive 30 miles to get the best prices at Albertson’s in Paso Robles, CA. I just thing this a very conflicting ownership and am disappointed on how this is not providing quality service at the best possible prices. It is almost like the two separate stores are completing for the customer ‘s service but the customer may not know these stores fall under one umbrella. I do not feel that this is an honest approach to the potential customer. We are being deceived by the two different ads because they fall under different store names. So in actuality the Corporate store is not advertising in a honest way. They can have one product like a April ham, same name brand at a sale price, at a Von’s for instance, than at Abertson’s have that same product at a regular price. That is a conglomerate ownership doing a balancing price act with the product and coming out ahead. That does not sound ethical or legal. Not right or fair to the potential customer. I am sure more people will pick up on this. What happened to the small town honest customer service with quality products at fair prices and great sales? It is all about making a profit now for corporate and the big bucks not ” hoe can we service the customer at fair prices with quality food products”.


DLM December 13, 2015 at 4:06 pm

i live in Kokomo,indiana…and have lived out west. I miss Albertsons and would love to see you come this way. PLEASE. Any chance that can happen?


Lorraine October 30, 2015 at 3:53 pm

I am sick of tired of going into Albertsons Store on Ridgecrest Drive. I go there because I live across the street, but Smith’s is looking better to me everyday. I doesn’t matter how many times I go in there, the Cashiers are rude, frowning, loud and obnoxious. I remember complaining to someone and they told me the Head Cashier is the boss of the store; I asked to speak to the Store Manager and he said it would be a waste of time, she follows and does anything the Head Cashier tells her. What kind of organization is this? I also noticed a couple of the Cashiers I did go to have all left. What a shame a click like this is forming at a store I thought to be the best in Rio Rancho. I hate the morale and the way I am no longer treated as family!


Lorraine Poirier October 22, 2015 at 4:10 pm

The Albertsons store in Largo, Fl has the most unfriendly
disrespectful employees I have ever seen. A lady by the name of Rachel was at customer service on Sunday and
would not work the Lottery for me – very miserable and unhelpful. I actually do not want to go back to that store
if she is there. I did not see one person smiling or
pleasant – is there a problem in the store? You need to
have someone go there and adjust attitudes
Please email me with response


Tom & Ronda Scrivner September 19, 2015 at 4:56 pm

Mr. Miller & Mr. Seeberger,
Dr. Seeberger was my wife’s neurologist for many years. We would travel from El Paso to Boise for her treatment. Please tell her that Ronda and I said “hello”.
I wanted to tell you how blessed we are to have Mr. Arturo Ye at our neighborhood Albertson’s store.
I have shopped at Albertson’s (#934) since the store opened. I have always had a great relationship with many of the employees and managers. As former principal of Eastwood Middle School, the managers would call me when a student was caught taking candy without paying for it and I would take the student to school and call the parents rather than involve the Police in a childish mistake.
I have personally witnessed the changes (good and not as good) with this store over the many years of operation. I would like to tell you that this store has NEVER been as good as it is today. It is as though I walked into my own home when I enter the store. Everyone is so friendly and welcoming to all of the customers. I see employees going totally out of their way to assist and help customers.
In particular, I would like to recognize Mr. Arturo Ye, store manager. He exemplifies the “Boy Scout Law”: loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, brave, clean and reverent. As principal, asst. superintendent of schools, and former owner of three electronics manufacturing companies, Mr. Ye is the type of employee that I strive to hire. He is always ready and willing to go above and beyond and reasonable expectation to assist me and other customers. He has become like a personal friend to me and my mother-in-law who is 93 and stills shops at Albertson’s.
Mr. Seeberger, thank you and all of the at this Albertson’s store staff for the wonderful shopping atmosphere that Mr. Ye has evoked at this great store. Please give my specific thanks to Mr. Arturo Ye.

Tom Scrivner


faith August 28, 2015 at 8:13 pm

I shop regular at the Albertson at 5881 E Charleston, Las Vegas NV. I went through a cashier line and she was very rude and seemed to been irritated for what I don’t know but I asked for a manager and i was told that she is a manager at the register i just left. I ask for the number to corporate and i think they gave me the number to there store and it seemed to me as if they all at that store covered up The cashier behavior, which name is Sarah. What caused this whole incident to begin with, I got in her line with 6 Items to be checked out each separately because i wanted to get a 100.00 back on each item from a ATM debit card…Sarah , the rude manager, ask me if i were getting cash back on each Item and i said yes. Sarah, the rude Manger then said i cant do cash back on each item which i understood and didn’t have a problem with that. I then asked her how many can she do separately with cash back and she said 2. I said ok and she ask if i were going to pay for the other Items on one order and i told her no, ill pay for the others at customer service because i had to go there anyway for other business which i didn’t tell her other business because i really didn’t think nothing of it and i guess that’s where her attitude started somewhere during that time. she gave a face expression to let me know she had an attitude and her rude unprofessional ass toss my TV dinner across the register really hard with a attitude!!! Maybe my being in this wheelchair and being in her line to long irritated her or maybe she felt like my presences and being in the wheelchair and trying to make to many transaction bothered her… I ask one of the other store managers to look at the camera, and she said she would and get back in touch with me ,which she did not. I called her the next day after she said that she would get back in touch with me and did not. when she got on the phone i reminded her that i spoke with her yesterday and gave her my name and she said yes i remember , and I asked her did she view the camera and she said yes and she stated that she didn’t see anything unusual on the camera and the camera don’t have audio to hear anything or noises. I feel it was all a cover up and i know that camera showed the manager named Cathy, who claimed she viewed the camera, and saw nothing unusual on it…They covered up everything and i believe lied…since its a issue with a customer, let the customer see what you claim you didn’t see unusual about the camera or on the camera. I believe Sarah, thought that me being in this wheelchair, i wasn’t aware of her attitude and actions like someone else walking through her line would have noticed …The manager named Cathy told the biggest LIE that anyone could tell. Cathy , told me that another employee made Sarah aware that i was upset and i do believe that part ,but the part i know is a bold face lie, Cathy claimed that Sarah said she heard i was upset and she was looking for me to apologize because she didn’t feel she had a attitude or did anything wrong toward me so she look for me in the store and could not fine me..That was the biggest lie ever because i stayed in the store at least an house in a half after that incident, continuing on grocery shopping and i passed That low down dirty Sarah’s path a few times during that visit and she new it and said sh!t!!!!When i got ready to check out , Sarah register were right across and she looked in my face and didn’t say a word…OK, really????do that seem like a person who wanted to apologize to someone??????????Albertson can go to hell and I”ve spent so much money with them but i’ll never go there again or any of there company affiliated stores and if i can stop others from going i most definitely will….Smith’s , Wal-mart, and Target got great food and the best drugstore services and viewers, You guys should go there….Wal-mart will match prices as well!!!!! PLEASE DON”T SHOP AT ALBERTSON!!!call me i will tell you were great deals and sales are…corporate don’t care because they all work together


Richard August 14, 2015 at 7:25 pm

Who’s in one year’s stores today in been getting the same prescription now Not be here now and for some reason that require no me to have a log book To log my medication and my diabetes But now I don’t have a log book or I can’t get one to him I can’t have my diabetic medication so stupid as that I don’t understand how they can hold my medication hostage and not give me my medication That’s just crap I don’t understand the logic of them wanted to know my logbook it’s really none of their business if they want it they can get it from my doctor This is something you guys need to get taken care of because this is bullXXXXX you shouldn’t have to be able to keep my medication hostage until I give you a log book You need to fix the problem


Richard June 12, 2017 at 10:12 am

Perfect , totally agree ! These “Wanna be Doctors”, are here to distribute meds not diagnose you. The Dr. sent the prescription on his expertise, an not to be second guessed by the Pharmacist. They hold your medications that are critical an that cannot be suddenly stopped because they feel that your taken to much! Obviously the Dr. felt you need them. drugstore in Oak Knolls has three counter girls and two lead Pharmacists who act as if you are bothering them when asking them to do what is expected of them, which is to make sure when your on auto fill, you should not be the one who has to call for this, it is there job! Then you have to go out of your way to do their job, which in reality is more frustrating. You call your Dr. to follow up and they say they have already done their part, so now it is back on the incompetent staff of drugstore. Then when approaching the matter the staff has no confidentiality at all. They are quick to state your business out loud, but when asking why your prescription is 5 days late they ask for quiet. These actions from staff lead to more delays and lies by them telling you “Our mistake come back in an hour” that hour turns to 3-5 days. Now this incompetence is not something a heart patient should have to endure or anyone for that matter taking such important medications that staff feels you don’t need therefore putting you off. In short the drugstore staff in Oak Knolls needs a completely new trained professional staff, from the Pharmacist who wants to play doctor, down to the very rude, obnoxious, ignorant, counter girls! A persons medical condition, already diagnosed by a Dr. does not need inexpierenced advice from drugstore techs. They are here to distribute medication and nothing more. Thy don’t know our situations and have no need to, so just stick to your job, and if working with the public is difficult for you, find another job, don’t take your unhappy bitterness out on people who in reality are suppose to be able to look to you, rather than the present which to hope and pray we don’t have to deal with you stubborn rude people.


yo vitch June 7, 2015 at 3:52 am

The overland and orchard location is the very ghetto armpit a**hole store in town. The emloyees are exceptional, kind caring friendly. The customers I see when I shop are from another planet, rude and need to die. That is after breeding a new generation of happy people.
cheerio folks


Jeannie Schaible May 18, 2015 at 9:46 am

Who would be the first aid buyer and how can I contact him/her?

Thank you
Jeannie Schaible


rand May 17, 2015 at 9:51 am

I just wanted to say that lisa ratigan who works at Albertsons store in temecula California on temecula parkway is so wonderful to all customers. The top management should just pick up the phone and give a call to the management in temecula and say congratulations and recognize her. If you value your employees then do it. Thanks.


Randy April 21, 2015 at 8:51 pm

Lisa Ratigan it’s one of the best cashiers and employees I have seen at Albertsons. she is very helpful with all customers and she even goes out of her way to make her customers feel welcome and comfortable at Albertsons. I value her experience and feel happy coming to Albertsons where I can shop at ease and enjoy my shopping experience. I hope the management recognizes her her efforts and how she works so professionally.


Crystal lawrence March 20, 2015 at 12:41 pm

I just want to say how rude this manager was too me I felt so discriminated against..the managers name is Mary at the Orcutt, California Albertsons..she kept rolling her eyes every time I asked her for help thhus is. Not the. First time this happened to me from this manager just this time I got fed up and wanted to leg you guys know about this situation…if. She. Did it. Once ,twice I’m afraid she. Not going to change…obviously she. Ant handle her job :(.


yo June 7, 2015 at 3:46 am

If you spoke as well as your spelled grammar I would be rolling my eyes too. Dumbass!


faith August 28, 2015 at 7:24 pm

You should find another grocery store to shop at because Albertson got rude customer service and nasty attitude managers. I had a problem with the store on east charleson Las Vegas NV and the manager actually made up excuses for the rudeness


Terence Ford March 10, 2015 at 10:06 am

Over the last year or so I have been distressed to see my Albertsons store in Carpinteria, CA allowing on their property people solisting money for “veterans” organizations who claim they are helping our returning warrior. On examination all three groups turned out to be a scam. I cannot understand why this is being allowed by the store management!
Be aware that the real and important work being done by 501(c)3’s in this arena do not raise their funds by begging spare change from Albertson’s shoppers!
Please inform not only your shoppers and store managers to be aware that these people are dishonest and are dis-honoring those who have served our nation.


Cheryl February 25, 2015 at 2:11 pm

I love my Albertson in Tucson @ Wilmot and 22nd st. The staff (especially) Katie and the Manager James are (as is all of them), helpful and have great customer service! They are most notably up-beat and happy/positive! Good job James for hiring great staff team members…. Cheryl G.


Tyrisha Ward January 12, 2015 at 1:01 pm

Hello, I am currently employed with Albertsons
and I must say that I have never worked for a company that is so unorganized. I am a front end cashier and in Dec. I was offered quite a few tips that I was enabled to keep by my immediate managers who were keeping their tips as well(We spoke about thing things often). The hiring manager stated that if I do receive them have the manager on duty count my till. I did this to cover my duties then I later find out that this is not how the company works…We are not to receive tips, I’m called into a office with all of management and the G.M He asks why I’m taking tips..he was very rude stating what makes you think you can mix my money with your money? Previously while on isolation (that I didn’t know I was on because management failed to relay the message) management let others use my till where 100 was short and Mr.Mike asked my bluntly did I take it After offending me horribly(I was in tears). Angered I immediately went back to work.Longstory shortened I was told No we don’t take tips in a drawn out meeting where I told him(Mike Frankford and Tollway Dallas,Tx)about the two managers one whom stated that we can receive our tips and the other whom received tips and put me in such a position and the G.m who did me no justice by stating that what’s talked about doesn’t leave this room because he would have to lose 50 years of experience between the two managers. I couldn’t believe this type of discrimination still existed. I was hired as a full time employee, after this incident I have received no more than 25 hours of work per week. I would shop there that’s why I applied there but this experience has definetly changed my perspective on this company as a whole. T. W


faith August 28, 2015 at 8:16 pm

well be careful and read my posting because they are messy and i hope your not using a real name because the truth will get you fired and no one wants to here the truth


john r greenelsh November 20, 2014 at 10:27 pm

never have I been so unhappy shopping for groceries as my recent trip to your store at 130 and arohra ave seattle washington please contact me for further details of my shopping trip thank you john r greenelsh contact number 206 261 ***** this is not a low low level store manager or director request,,,,,,, I would not waste my time. ……..your store has done me wrong ..even the store manager “scott” agreed while I was still in the store and did his best part to ease my wounds ….. as julie the store director would have done also if she were there you’ve done me wrong and I expect to be made right today………! thank you a casper wyoming customer————– also;;;;;;;;;;;; how small the united states is… john r
greenelsh no email response telephone only


Dagmar Horowitz April 28, 2015 at 11:47 am

You’re a crackpot.


Marsha Gill November 17, 2014 at 2:49 pm

I have seen more and more people going grocery shopping with their dogs in a cart. One lady put a filthy blanket in the cart then put her dog in it. This is where I put my groceries like raw produce. I felt sick and left the store for somewhere else. Seems when someone sees how freely they can take their pet grocery shopping others see how it is ok and this becomes a problem. Please, please have managers kindly not permit it. It is absolutely disgusting. I have also seen a man taking towelettes and totally clean his cart, I wonder why. I have even seen a woman with her dog in the dentist office that was permitted to go into the dental exam room. This is getting to be way, way too much.


kim February 15, 2015 at 6:43 pm

You do not know if the blanket was filthy. I have seen dirty snotty nosed kids also sitting in those carts. For that matter i have seen smelly dirty adults pushing and putting their hands all over the carts. When i buy produce i put it in a plastic bag. Then i go home and WASH it before i eat it. I would rather see people come in with their dogs than leave them in the car, Which they would probably do. Every can, piece of fruit or vegetable is being handled by a ton of people. I can bet a million that a majority of those hands are incredibly more filthy, germ filled and nasty than a dog sitting on a blanket in the cart. Get over it and stop being such a prude hater.


JON November 9, 2014 at 3:03 am



David October 25, 2014 at 8:49 pm

Worked for this great company in the 80’s..great salary..classy company. .


kim February 15, 2015 at 6:54 pm

In the 80’s When Bob was in charge. Not now. Employ’s on cell phones all over the floor. Employ’s and managers arguing in front of customers. Managers that can’t check. managers that just don’t care what is going on in departments or just don’t want to have to deal with things, so they would rather get rid of the person that wants to do good and has good work ethics. Employs getting away with absolute murder, at least in the southern california stores. Politics. Good work ethics are long gone. I think Bob would be rolling if he saw how store management at CEO’s let things run now in stores. In the 80’s you worked hard you were appreciated and got hours. Now you just have to kiss and be best best friends with the store director or management to obtain that. Shoot! now you could even get yourself in trouble by doing the right things and expecting the same from all the kiss ass’s.


Debbie October 2, 2014 at 2:43 am

I used to shop at the vons in Oakhurst ca. But now I hear it is albertsons. I went to shop and saw the ridiculous high prices and left the store. I now shop at grocery outlet. I am disabled and on a fixed income. I can’t afford the ridiculous high prices at albertsons. I heard other shoppers saying the same thing. I wonder how long albertsons will last in our small town? Not long I hope!


Sarah September 23, 2014 at 1:17 pm

I currently worked at the Albertsons in mountain home idaho. The manager Lori and Matt fired me saying I called in seven times in two months. They would not give me proof of those absences. I only called in three times and I had someone go in to cover one of them and the other time my dog was sick I have no family or anything and she was throwing up and XXXXXting everywhere so I had to stay home to take care of her. One employee Carmela stepped towards me the first week I worked there she tried to hit me and the assistant manger Tammy had to step in but never made a compliant to Lori or Matt the managers. This place is a very bad place and it’s messed up. The manager Lori favors people and treats others like crap. She is not a good manager and this work place needs to be investigated.


Caryn January 19, 2015 at 1:30 pm

I KNOW how ya feel Sarah!!! I used to work at #2714 and the Store Director there is the SAME way!!! He has his particular favorites and treats others like “crap”!!! As a matter of fact, I’d left my employ there once, back in 2010 [cause I was 42 years old and 4 months pregnant, stressed to the hilt, and the Bakery MIM at the time came in and jumped my XXXXX!!] went to another store, came BACK to #2714 [in 2012], and when he didn’t like/or appreciate my decorating skills enough, he called work like I had done at that other store exactly that–“crap”!!!! In front of at least 5 other fellow employees in the bakery!!!!!!!!!! And if THAT isn’t enough, he jumped my XXXXX off the clock!!! Excuse ME, but isn’t that AGAINST Albertson’s company policy?!?!?!?! Later I find out that he called my young 2 1/2yr old son [at that time] a “retard”!!!!!!!!!!!! So, I DEFINITELY know what you mean!!! #2714 should ABSOLUTELY be investigated, both by Corporate, AND [in my opinion] by the Board of Health!!! T00 many times I was trying to decorate cakes in an area where water was dropping off on me AND the cakes I was decorating!!! And I had to put that “crap” out!!! So Sarah, you are NOT alone!!


Marian August 7, 2014 at 1:22 am

So today I went to albertsons I bought some chicken at the deli part of the store and a man named Anthony was very rude and felt like he was making fun if my English I said may I please have some of you’re fresh chicken he said all our chicken. Is fresh in a rude way and also I asked for chicken tenders and he gave me the spicy one I was like excuse me but that’s not the one I wanted he said well that was you’re fault you didn’t specify it disrespected and as I was leaving he said bye to me but at the same time he was laughing at me and I felt at that point really disrespected and that is what happend to me and I said before his name is ANTHONY!


Jack August 1, 2014 at 1:07 am

Would like to see Albertsons story down 1 mile from Ocean Shores Washington with a Starbucks coffee shop in it. We need a good Grocery Store down here bad. Hope to see you come soon also it would give more jobs out.


Jack August 1, 2014 at 1:03 am

I live in Tacoma Washington And would like to see this book in your store COUNTING SMILEY FACES BY PAMI L. Wahl When will you have a Albertson down by Ocean Shore Washington. I go down their 6 times a year to visited family and there is a demand for your store with a starbucks coffee in it hope to see it there next time i go down in 3 month.


Lisa July 24, 2014 at 8:37 pm

The last time I left a note for you it was from me and the author that s why you saw two names on the last note I we posted.


Lisa July 24, 2014 at 8:33 pm

Please carry this book Counting Smiley Faces By Pami L.Wahl you order it the publishing company bookstore website. Or Amazon.Com Its on ebook,The Nook and Kindle Hope they get it before. Christmas time. Its for age 9 months to 2 years old. Also can you carry this author books William Cundiff books he sells it on Amazon.Com
From Pami L. Wahl


Joyce Robello July 20, 2014 at 5:49 pm

To whom it may Concern;
This is a letter concerning my daughter-in law Maria Robello and my son David Robello. The letter adddresses the death of their infant child, and my grandchild. The loss of Maria’s baby was due to heavy lifting and hard labor while pregnant. The store director at the time , Mel Matthews,addresses Maria to partake in hard labor even while pregnant, Mel was well aware that Maria was at a high risk pregnancy. He had 3 letters from her doctors, and he had no concern for her or the well- being of her unborn son at the time. due to strained labor and a stressful work environment, Maria went into labor early and gave birth to her stillborn son. It’s devastating not having our grandchild here with us in the world. The pain of not being able to see him grow up is unfathomable. Instead, we tell him how much we love him in our hearts and in our prayers. We only hope that one day we will get to see him in Heaven. I hold Mel Matthews and Albertsons responsible for there cruetly with Maria while she was under his supervision as an employee.

Respectfully, Joyce Robello
XXXXx Straight st.
Las Vegas Nev.89110


Concerned customer June 29, 2014 at 12:53 am

I used to shop at the store in San Clemente CA till i saw a manager use a shopping cart to
transport recyclables to the recycle center. I understand the homeless do it but I always thought the carts were strictly for putting your groceries in while you shop then to your car. The cleanliness of your store
makes me feel good when i shop for food. But when i see a manager use the same shopping carts people use to put there Food, Produce, stuff there going to eat as a easier way to get his used cans bottles etc to recycle. Its not a clean practice. I had to take the GMP food manufacturing course required by the FDA for food safety for my current job. You should have similar requirements. Thanks


DLM December 13, 2015 at 3:49 pm

suck it up buttercup..there are alot of things one does not know what goes in those carts..there are alot more issues to complain about..jeeez


Carmen Gonzalez June 27, 2014 at 3:46 pm

The store director. John Lewis he operate at the
Quial hill Irvine store
Is a Men he likes to talk inappropriate to the
He is racists to any one that no speak good or
Perfect English
His behavior is in tolerant I real take in consideration
Also talk Faulk language the Person in charge of this division is Steve


robbiedixonjr June 12, 2014 at 4:12 pm

As a former employee I have seen and have doXXXXented proof of not only safety issues but public health as well.I, and many others have watched there bakery floor covered in raw sewage when they have had plumbing problems at least on two occasions. Food was still being prepared while the stench was actually causing employees to get sick.For months at a time I watched the roof leak,the roof is covered in pigeon ***, right onto the prep tables and food on it in the deli.THE FOOD WAS STILL SOLD TO CUSTOMERS.The atrocities go well beyond that but that’s something the health officials can deal with.Why would you allow pigeons to nest directly over your coolers of food until the dead babies have rotted through the ceiling onto the coolers, not to mention the 4 inch high pile of *** on it,FOR MONTHS! The list goes on!


Susan Guidroz May 7, 2014 at 3:29 pm

To who it may concern:
Today I visited the store in Lafayette, Lousiana at Ambassador Caffery and Kaliste Saloom. As i browsed the produce section, I happened to look up at the Bakery counter and was not quite satisfied with what I witnessed. As i approached the donut case, I caught a glance at an elderly woman licking the spatula that she was using to decorate a cake. At the time, she was not wearing gloves.She then proceeded to spread icing onto the cake with the same tool. I looked around the department to see if there was another employee insight that could talk to about the situation but there was no one else. Shopping at this store is a weekly routine; the associates are nice. I am grossed out about the situation now so therefore I will not be buying anything from the bakery again.


stacy May 10, 2014 at 9:45 pm

I refuse to shop at the clovis nm Albertsons. I have seen the manager jeff yell at the girl working with the flowers. I have seen several of the meat cutters n people working g at the counter smoking pot outside behind the store. The meat manager Bruce walks around all day n the assistant meat manager thinks it’s his personal play ground. Front end manager trying to get meat discounted n then have the meat cutters hide it for her in the back till it goes on sale. To Chris a meat cutter who refused to help me n cut the meat I wanted cuz he was about to go home or the other time he said they didn’t have it even though I know the truck came in it was a Wednesday. Cashiers eating n drinking while working n bakery refused to make a cake for me. The meat case always empty n shelves bare. Sale items not stocked up n when asked if any in back they refuse to go look or go in the back stand there n come out saying they are out.
The only good thing going for that store is a man named Gilbert n mike n scott.


Shawn April 30, 2014 at 5:08 pm

Great business. I’ve never had a issue with them when I go there and would love to see more in my area.


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Merle Zbrog April 25, 2014 at 5:23 pm

I have a problem with the way the prices are marked in the bakery. Cookies are marked as .49¢ and the bagels are .79¢ each. I tried several times to explain to the managers that there is a difference between .49¢ and 49¢. At the shelf price, I can buy 100 cookies for 49¢.
No one understood me. Apparently the decimal point is “decoration.”
I would like someone at Albertson’s to take this question to the bank and then get back to me.


Ben Peters May 21, 2014 at 10:39 pm

Easily one of the stupidest comments I’ve ever read on any chat board. I agree with your semantic argument. 49 cents and .49 cents are vastly different. Are you really saying that when you saw .49 cents you believed that Albertson’s was selling cookies for less than 2 for a penny? Give me a break.


Richard Dodd April 9, 2014 at 7:56 pm

I’ve been around corporate people for a long time. Never seen what is going on with Safeway. Might as well close most of the stores before you take over. Safeway is trying to destroy many of them before Albertsons takes over. I don’t work for them but have someone in Delta Co that does. Looks as though they are cutting hours to put more money in corporate pockets before Albertsons takes over. Feel sorry for Albertsons. Safeway is killing the customer base. Pits for employees and pits for customers..


Heather-Michelle Trujillo April 9, 2014 at 6:39 pm

I truly hope this letter reaches someone who has the authority to make a difference in the life of an employee. At approximately 7:15 pm, on April 7, 2014. I approached Estella Cervantes who works in the Bakery. I told her that I was looking for “Ladyfingers” and when she explained that she didn’t know what they were. I described them, and we had a short discussion about them, and how she remembered that they had been available once, but not anymore. She then brainstormed with me about other locations for where I could find these elusive little cakes. When she mentioned a couple of locations that were downtown, and in areas that I wasn’t familiar with (I no longer live in Albuquerque or Rio Rancho, I’m here on vacation) she offered to check them FOR me on her way to work in the morning. I protested, but she insisted. She THEN offered to purchase the items herself, if they had the for me, so that I wouldn’t have to make an unnecessary trip into town! She called me the next morning, and told me that neither place had them, but she had several other suggestions, and was apologizing to ME, for not being able to find them and THEN she THANKED me, Can you imagine? She took the phrase: ” Going above and beyond” to a WHOLE new level! Which is really saying something considering the fact that in my opinion Albertsons already has the best customer service anyhow. Please, take this and information and reward this amazing lady in any manner that you can for this. I can only do a few little things for her, flowers aren’t the same as recognition from the powers that be for a job very well done! If anyone has any questions or would like to discuss this further, I can be reached @ 1-(505)-409-XXXXX. Thank You for listening (reading) Heather-Michelle Trujillo


Linda April 4, 2014 at 3:32 pm

To whom it may concern:
I went to Albertson’s Store located on Craig and Decatur in Las Vegas, NV, this morning April 4, 2014. I’m making a complaint about an older lady and a younger male employee that was busy talking about how good it is to that they got rid of the quick check-out machine. Well, the quick check-out machine is alot better than the cashiers, for the employees at Albertson Store are busy gossiping while checking out groceries. They’re so worried about the machine taking over their jobs. I’d rather have a machine check out my groceries than to have an employee that gossips with employees and customers. I will be doing my shopping at another grocery store, I hear that Smih’s Food King employees takes their jobs seriously, that’s the business that consumers want.


Robin Lord April 4, 2014 at 11:35 am

My family is a regular shopper at the Albertsons store in Northridge, CA on Balboa st
and Nordhoff and we just wanted to say how pleased we are working with Kathy in the
Deli department who always works so hard to make our shopping experience a delightful
time. She is always so helpful and full of great ideas for meals.

Also Julia the cashier is another great employee who also works very hard to make
the customer feel happy and glad they shopped there.


charles lamont February 25, 2014 at 3:32 pm

I live in San Pedro Ca zip 90731 near your store at 25th and Western ave. I’m a landlord and have had a USPS express mail envelope stolen from my porch or delivered to the wrong address. The sender (my tenant) did not ask for a signature for conformation .
The mail contained 2 Money Gram money orders for $500 each (rent) from the tenant in Riverside Ca.
One was cashed at the above mentioned Albertson’s. I’m waiting for a copy of the second money order which was cashed the same day according to MoneyGram. On the copy I have of the M.O. cashed at Albertsons the payee line (usually made out to me and my wife) was whited out and replaced with “Albertsons” written in.There’s also a drivers license number and what looks like an employee ID on the copy.
I have the printed history of money orders from this tenant deposited at my bank to compare to the fraudulent forged copy cashed at Albertsons .
I talked to the manager Randy at the store and he said they have video of the transaction and urged me to file a police report. I filed a report with LAPD Harbor Division and was told- among other things to “sue Albertsons”.
I’m going through the procedures recommended by Money Gram to recover my stolen $1000. The Albertsons store at that location is also a money gram vendor.
I have copies of everything and the tenant has the originals.
The thief has stolen my mail and forged the payee name and stolen my rent money.
Albertsons cashing this crudely forged money order was a key link in the chain of transfer of my $1000 to the criminal that stole it.
Whether this is an issue of incompetence or criminal complicity I don’t claim to know. Does Albertsons have any kind of insurance for an event of this type? Would it be possible to re-imburse me and subrogate Money Gram?
I’d appreciate some help with this matter Thank You Charles Lamont 310 748 XXXXX


greg tye February 19, 2014 at 9:08 am

To Whom It Concern
I went shopping at the Albertsons in Clearwater
2170 Gulf-to-bay, Clearwater FL 33765
And the manager Gary last night called me a “black dumb a** n****” and that’s not right. So now I’m getting my lawyer involved because being rascal to a consumer is inappropriate so have a nice day any questions contact me at 813999XXXXX if you don’t get a response then you can email me hope to hear from you


Renette February 7, 2014 at 12:52 am

I went to albertons at 7271 Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, Nv 89119. I purchased 4 boxes of Kcups which came with $1 off a box which could be used in the same purchase. I seen the cashier remove all 4 $1 coupons from the boxes thinking he would apply them. I looked at my receipt and he didn’t apply the coupons. He kept them!! I also earned 10 monopoly tickets (pertaining to other products i purchased) which he said he gave them to me. I didn’t have them with my receipt and they weren’t in my shopping bags. I returned to the store and he refused to give them to me. Basic assumption, he kept the 4 $1 coupons and my 10 monopoly tickets! I specifically purchased these products to take advantage of these benefits. The cashier ( aka manager) kept them and refused to return them. Very disappointing. It’s my first and last time ill be shopping there and ill be sure to spread the word about the terrible management service I received. Word of mouth is good and also damaging.


Jes February 2, 2014 at 6:02 pm

I dropped by the albertson’s in bellingham, wa this morning 6am.
I was going to purchase the orville popcorn and the deal was if you purchase the orville popcorn you’ll get one free plus two sunkist pops.

Well at checkout the cashier named “Dan” who claims he’s the manager said I can’t use a manufacturer coupon for the orville popcorn and plus the in ad coupon for the sunkist pop together. He said it’s against state law for me to use the two coupons together.

When is it against the law to use the correct coupons for the correct items?
That’s the last time I’m ever going to shop at Albertson’s, FRED MEYERS is alot better in selection, price and service period. Without the drama.


marcus wisner December 22, 2013 at 12:34 pm

My name is Marcus and I work at albertsons on northwest hwy I complaint cause mangement not run right the mangers always mad the coworker are messy and when they know ya are coming they try to act nice can you please sent somebody to the store a lot worker are leaving I just lost My friend to another job because of them it not a safe work place either change need to be made or news here bout it


davinne cooper December 12, 2013 at 9:09 pm

to whom it may concern,
i have been trying to get the circular ads to be mailed to my home and no one
has been able to help me. what is the deal with that? my dad has tried also
and can’t either. please can someone help us with this problem we are having!!!
337-207-XXXXX is my cell .
davinne cooper
XXXXX cooper rd.
arnaudville la.


roxanne jenkins October 3, 2013 at 12:13 pm

To Mr. Bob Butler COO,
I just watched your new commercial about your October store sale. I found the commercial to be disturbing and not reflective of your community efforts as stated in your mission statement. The commercial is of a little boy stating that his mother told him that there will not be enough room in the car because of all the groceries she wil buy becuase of the sale. He goes on to say something to the effect that something negatively will happen becuase of her comment to him. The commercial ends with hearing the overhead speaker in the store stating “clean up on ailes. I had to watch the commercial several times to even get what your sales ad was stating becuase I was so shocked at what the child was saying. The message I recieved was a little boy being vindictive and getting back at his mother becuase he did not get his way. I don’t think your ad people or your company thought this all the way through. If anyone in the board room thought this commercial was not appropriate when decision to air it, then they should have followed their gut instinct.
I am, and have been a RN for 35 years. I teach for a community college as adjunct faculty. I have never been compelled to write a letter to a company before this commercial. I have been an Albertsons shopper for the past 20 years and have enjoyed shopping there but feel I can no longer shop at Albertsons while the commercial continues to air portraying such a negative impact on parental decisions. Unfortunately, there is another commercial airing with the same negative message impacting on parental decision for the sake of the child. Did I miss the memo that it was okay to teach children to become deceiving, vindictive, and getting back at parents? You all really blew it on this one.

Thanks for reading this (I hope)
Roxanne Jenkins


Eileen August 20, 2013 at 6:32 pm

I live in Torrance, CA.
Do you carry Mapleine (imitation maple flavoring)?
Thanks so much.
Eileen Nitsche


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