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Associated Supermarkets Corporate Office

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Associated Food Stores Corporate Office Address

Associated Food Stores
1850 W. 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84119

Contact Associated Food Stores

Phone Number: (801) 973-4400
Fax Number: (801) 292-6053
Website: http://www.afstores.com/
Email: Email Associated Food Stores

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Executives

CEO: Neil Berube
CFO: Bob Obray
COO: Dave Wirthlin

Associated Food Stores History

Associated Supermarkets, also known as Associated Food Stores, was founded in 1940 by Donald P. Lloyd, president of the Utah Retail Grocers Association, along with 34 other retailers.

Lloyd was concerned that small independent retailers would be adversely affected by large corporate stores and could only survive by uniting and facing the competition with their collective bargaining power.

Lloyd along with the 34 other retailers each gave $300 to build an independent and associated warehouse.

Today Associated Food Stores supplies 500 independently owned retail supermarkets and operates corporate stores under five different names: Fresh Market, Macey’s, Lin’s, Dick’s Market, and Dan’s.

Associated Food Stores has 1,400 employees and had $1.9 billion in revenue in 2011.

 

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Nilsa Rivera September 18, 2016 at 2:48 pm

yes their email is no good – very disgusted

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RobertPastorelli March 3, 2015 at 5:11 pm

Where is the sale circular[like we get from other food stores

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Chandra January 27, 2015 at 10:56 am

I sent it since Sunday!!

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Chandra January 27, 2015 at 10:54 am

I sent a Emil! Didn’t get a reply ,

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Dennis B.Marriott September 30, 2014 at 8:51 pm

I received your mailer last weekend about 9-27-14. Your add had 24 bottles of water for 1.99 and a Ham for $4.99 these caught my pocket book and I went to the Fresh Market here in Layton…I found the water and also had the great paper sale of paper towels and tissue paper. I found to Ham in the Deli and asked the clerk if the hams were 4.99 she said they were 4.99 a pound. I showed her your add which said they were 4.99 . She got real confused and said she needed to get the store director….after about 5 minutes an Ashley the store director came to the Deli…I showed her your add and she said there was nothing she could do, I asked if she would refund my gas to the store because I wanted the ham. Ashley said she could not do anything to reimburse for anything…..I told her she was loosing a good customer and i would not shop at fresh market again…You will now see me at Smiths…..Good bye Ashley…….

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Angel May 9, 2014 at 2:20 pm

I continue to experiences racial profiling not by law enforcement but, rather the staff and owner of this supermarket location every time I enter to shop for my grocery. I live just around the corner in the same development and this is a conveniences place for me to do my grocery shopping. I have not only seen them do it to me in which I am of the Puerto Rican ethnicity but, also the black African American. I had brought this up to one of the store representative in which he stated he was the store supervisor or manager because I strictly asked to speak to him or her at a prior visit. In which I had felt that I was being followed and monitor throughout one of my regular visit to the store. I spend hundreds dollars in grocery shopping at this location since it of closeness to me. It is very disturbing to see that although I’m seen in the store more than once a week they feel that it is necessary to observe or monitor my every move. I have never been in trouble with the law and nevertheless stolen from anyone. I’m a law abiding citizen and my occupation is in the security surveillances industry. I am very well aware that we must be observant of our surrounding. But basis on my observation of the environment I have observe that they have cameras’ in which if they are in operating status than more discretion should be used to execute their lost prevention strategy. There is no need to follow or make a customer unwelcoming during their visit to any establishment. There are many protocols that can be used without making anyone feel a target of any kind of discrimination. I am so appalled that I want to void cod going to do my grocery at this institution.

I feel that they should be given customer service focus classes and more lessons on how to use discretion on their lost prevention approach. They also need to be made aware that their job depends on the loyalty of the customer.

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Shawn Singleton May 6, 2014 at 5:48 pm

To Whom It May Concern,

I need your help in rectifying an incident that occurred on Sunday, May 4th. Between 6:47pm-6:50pm, I entered Associated supermarket on 5069 Broadway Avenue, Inwood, NY 10034. I wanted to purchase a whole rotisserie chicken from the deli section. There was one more left in the heater and I asked for it from the deli man. The deli man said no, refusing my order. I asked for it again and again the deli man refused my order. Furthermore he went on to state that the whole rotisserie chicken was not for sale because it belonged to a cashier. The deli man further compounded his folly by insisting that I buy the half rotisserie chicken instead. I quietly left the supermarket upset and offended. I went to another supermarket to fill my order. I don’t know the name of the deli man or the cashier he was referring to. I shop at Associated supermarket regularly, this experience has left a very bad impression on me. This incident has caused me to reconsider my patronage of Associated supermarket. I would like your assistance in seeking peaceful resolution to this situation. Thank you so much for all of your help.

Sincerely,
Shawn Singleton

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