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FoodMaxx Corporate Office Address

FoodMaxx, Inc.
1177 Fresno Street
Fresno, California 93706

Contact FoodMaxx

Phone Number: (559) 499-6910
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Email: Email FoodMaxx

FoodMaxx Facts

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FoodMaxx Executives

CEO: Robert Piccinini
CFO: Nicole Pesco
COO: Nicholas Tocco

FoodMaxx History

FoodMaxx was founded in 1986 by current CEO Bob Piccinini in Fresno, California. The company operates a chain of no frills supermarkets.

In 1986, the idea of no frills, warehouse type supermarkets was a unique concept. Rather than spend money making stores look pretty, Piccinini believed that people would be willing to give up fancy store fronts to save serious money on groceries. Today, the company has more than 52 stores in California and Nevada, operating under the FoodMaxx, Food 4 Less, MaxxValue, Lucky, and Save Mart names.

In 2007, the company acquired numerous Albertson’s stores in the San Francisco and Sacramento, California, area and changed them to Lucky or Save Mart names. Headquarters remain in Fresno, California.


FoodMaxx FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for FoodMaxx?
Answer 1: The phone number for FoodMaxx is (559) 499-6910.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of FoodMaxx?
Answer 2: The CEO of FoodMaxx is Robert Piccinini.

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

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Matthew ford August 8, 2018 at 2:25 pm

I worked for your company for 5 and a half years. I never once received my 5 year certificate nor did I receive my 5 year anniversary gift! Please feel free to email me about this. I will give you my old employee number so you can see for yourself. This is ridiculous I put my blood sweat and tears in this company. I should get the recognition like everyone else got when I was an employee for Foodmaxx store #402 sincerely Matthew Ford


Myron Temple Jr. February 21, 2018 at 9:16 pm

I was doing the weekly shopping for the two care homes for the disabled that I work for. The weekly bill is between $250.00 and $400.00. Today I was at the Hayward Foodmaxx on Hesperian Blvd. I was at the register operated by Angela clerk #154877. I had two carts of food, one for each house. Before she started, I asked her for eight bags, and asked her if she would ring up the bread in the first card, so it would not get crushed, and I could put it in the upper tray of the cart. She did not do it and just kept on ringing up the other groceries. The time I was at her register, she did not say hello, or reply to me. She did the same on my second cart. I told her that if she did not like her work, she should find another job. I asked for the store manager and said I would like to file a complaint. The store manager said I could file a complaint on the information at the bottom of my receipt. On checking my recent, there is no information to file a complaint. I hope the clerk was no ignoring me because I was white and she was an African American. (The law forbids discrimination). I am 74 and have always had a good relationship with others that work in the store, and hope that internal affairs will check into this complaint.


timothy November 22, 2017 at 12:33 pm

I am a federally recognized disabled person with a service dog. I have been approached multiple times with inquires about my service animal. I have even offered to show my service dog tags. I have been told Food MAxx only recognizes paperwork. Other employees have told me the manager Mr. Edwardo Barrios, has instructed to them to say that only LARGE service dog are accepted. I have a MEDIUM SIZE service dog with tags thjat were given to me from the Dog Licensing Department, Fresno, CA.

This repeated behavior has appearances of harassment against a disabled person.

Please instruct the store manager, at the Food Maxx located on Blackstone and Barstow, that this corporate office has been put on notice of their behavior. If I am denied service because of having a service dog, I have no recourse but to seek legal action and have this matter adjudicated with the Superior Court, Fresno.


Saul April 5, 2018 at 11:52 am

Get over yourself. There are more important things to pay attention to other than you ridiculous complaint! You feel entitled right? Typical fake disabled American. Get your a** in the store, grab a employment application and get your a** a job. Lazy f**k!


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