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Schnucks Supermarket Corporate Office Address

Schnucks Markets, Inc.
11420 Lackland Road
St. Louis, Missouri 63146

Contact Schnucks Supermarket

Phone Number: (314) 994-9900
Fax Number: (314) 994-4465
Email: Email Schnucks Supermarket

Schnucks Supermarket Facts

Founder: Todd Schnuck
Date Founded: 1939
Founding Location: St. Louis, Missouri
Number of Employees: 15000

Schnucks Supermarket Executives

CEO: Todd R. Schnuck
CFO: David Bell
COO: Bill Bredenkoetter

Schnucks Supermarket History

schnucks logo

Schnucks Supermarket was founded in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1939 by Todd Schnuck. The company grew rapidly and opened its first large store operation in 1947. By 1952, the company had opened a second location. The store symbol of a solider wasn’t added until 1968.

Schnucks store front

Today, Schnucks Supermarkets has more than 100 locations in 5 midwestern states. The company had annual revenue in 2011 of $206 billion. Schnucks is one of the largest privately owned supermarket chains in America.

In 2002, the company acquired 12 Seessel’s stores from Albertson’s. These stores were later sold to Kroger in 2011.

Schnucks truck

Schnucks announced in 2012 that the company had experienced a  “system compromise” and that possibly as many as 2.4 million debit and credit card numbers were stolen. The problem has since been resolved, according to the CEO.

The company acquired 19 Shop N Save stores in the St. Louis area and in early November of 2018, began to rename and remodel these stores.

Schnucks store front 2

Schnucks Supermarket FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Schnucks Supermarket?
Answer 1: The phone number for Schnucks Supermarket is (314) 994-9900.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Schnucks Supermarket?
Answer 2: The CEO of Schnucks Supermarket is Todd R. Schnuck.

Question 3: Who founded Schnucks Supermarket?
Answer 3: Schnucks Supermarket was founded by Todd Schnuck in 1939.

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Marilyn Hubbard August 28, 2019 at 5:21 pm

Just would like to weigh in on your very, very poor decision to ship in your pre-made specialty burgers (mushroom & Swiss/Jalapeño & Jack) they are not even close to the quality I’ve come to expect and appreciate from your local butcher counter. I will not continue to buy these poor excuse for hamburgers until you return to the past unbroken method. I’m thinking I need to check out Dierberg’s meat selection! Please, reconsider this obvious mistake on your part!!


david petraitis June 20, 2019 at 12:08 am

you need to get a new webmaster ASAP.
after I spent a LOT of time and trouble typing
out compliments of two employee at the concord
village store, I tried to submit it numerous times and
it kept saying comment were incomplete. I tried again
and again and I hate wasting an hour trying to be nice
and compliment some hard working employees. fire the
webmaster and get a new site.

to save me time. Emily was a fantastic checker. fast, friendly
and smart with a big smile.
the bagger in the next lane wished me a good day, shook
my hand and was extremely friendly. I believe his name was Joey?
I forgot and I lost the paper that I wrote it on. anyway, schnucks
really do have the friendliest stores in town; but their website sucks!


Bob March 31, 2019 at 2:45 pm

I noticed you don’t have the shopping list for the items circled anymore to print out. Butler hill store.


Lois Franklin November 15, 2018 at 12:26 pm

Called and talked to one of your customer service gentlemen but not very nice, kind of rude. Ask if there was some place else that they could put the scented pine cones besides as you come in the door to get your carts, because lots of us with migraines one smell sets the headache off and you smell them while checking out. He just could not stop saying some smart things so useless to talk to someone who must think that people with migraines just have a headache. Was very unpleasant. Needless to say I could not get my shopping done.


cheryle robinson October 17, 2018 at 4:27 pm

I am a very loyal customer of schnucks market. my vehicle was hit by several carts being pushed down between cars by the cart guy. I placed a claim this has been a month ago. A lady by the name of Jane Holt at corporate offices called me back chipper and wanting to take care of the $1600 worth of damage on my vehicle. I provided 2 estimates and they agreed to pay the lowest amount to fix my vehicle. now 3 weeks later after she called my cellular phone leaving a message that a check was placed in the mail on 10/05/18. I called her several times to inform her of never receiving it. Now today she refuses to answer the telephone and they continue to hang up the phone when I ask to speak with a claims supervisor. no more. I am calling my insurance company and the news (Elliott Davis) to show ST. Louis how Schnucks treat their customers. This is not ethical and I will be placing my damage of my vehicle on social media public. I want results immediately and not be screwed around by big corporate companies 10/17/2018.


Larry Schlesinger October 10, 2018 at 12:18 pm

I am a disappointed former customer of Shop N Save that has watched all of my favorite brands (Everyday Essentials and Stone Ridge Creamery especially) suddenly disappear from the shelves of my local Shop N Save as they prepare to convert to being a Schnucks store, with the typical Schnucks product mix. I used to shop at Schnucks a lot in the past (I’m 70 years old and have always lived in the St. Louis / St. Charles metro area), but, in recent years, I’ve noticed the prices going up until Schnucks started to resemble the high priced Dierbergs supermarkets in pricing,but not quite in quality, in my opinion. Shop N Save occupied a convenient middle-ground, with good pricing and good quality in most of their products. Walmart is mediocre in both areas and Aldis is low end price-wise, although their quality has greatly improved in recent years and their limited choices have expanded somewhat.
I typically divided my shopping among all of the above, with the bulk going to Shop N Save and certain special items, that I like, purchased from the others. Now my choices are more limited.
I would like to suggest to Schnucks management that, instead of “throwing the baby out with the bathwater”, Schnucks could gain the patronage of former Shop N Save customers like me, if they made a deal with the former SuperValu wholesaler (past owner of Shop N Save and now SuperValu + UNFI or North American Premier Food Wholesaler) to carry the Everyday Essentials and, especially, the Stone Ridge Creamery lines in their new (and old) stores. That would certainly bring me into your stores and, I am sure, I’m not the only one.


kevin bryan October 5, 2018 at 6:14 pm

you better think twice about lemay store that’s a bad store for shopliftings


sharon ddillon June 29, 2018 at 6:02 pm

this is the 3rd time I have went for chicken and none ready., the problem is I am told we just put it down, ready in 20 min I go back none ready, This time I was told ready in 20 min. took my number I came back in 25 min no chicken, I asked what is going on andthey said it hadn’t even been put in fryer. None nothing, I go to customer service AGAIN like before, I am told that she will take my complaint and get it to right person, I said I want to talk to a mgr in person NO message. I wait 10 min still no Mrg. I asked her coudnt you find one, She said very condescending : they have the chicken down now, That is 30 min from when I wanted it
so I am done with Newburgh Schnucks and try to find someone on the floor to help NOPE


Michelle May 12, 2018 at 3:41 pm


Are there plans to build more Schnucks supermarkets like the one in Des Perez. That place is awesome. It really makes grocery shopping enjoyable and the atmosphere is great.



dawn c. page October 7, 2017 at 1:35 pm

many years ago schnucks in st.louis on or around thanksgiving you all let a turkey loose in your store and some guy had to catch it and take the turkey to, I think Kansas city. that was the funniest thing I had heard of on the radio,couldnt get out of my car cause I was laughing so hard…looked stupid sitting in my car alone laughing. was wondering if you would air it again or can I buy a dvd of it or cd. I LOVED IT Dawn


audrey watkins August 16, 2017 at 2:45 pm

I am disgusted at Schnucks dicision to revert to the revert to the out of date wage of $7.70 .per hour. I have shopped at Scnucks for the last twenty five years usually only Scnucks. Hopefully Dierbergs have more heart and care about their employees than just dollars ans cents


Richard Luptowski March 9, 2017 at 2:00 pm

We love Schnucks and shop at the Cross Keys location weekly for food and our prescriptions. I understand Schnucks will start delivering? Awesome! I have developed a small magnetic flag that goes on top of the driver’s roof when then arrive at their destination letting the customer know “HERE I AM!” That is also the name of it. Very cost effective, no scratching, fits under the seat, glove box or in the pocket! I am waiting to get on “Shark Tank”, but thought I’d try it in our market first. Safely,and efficiently helping the customer! Keep up the great work at your stores! My phone number is (314)250-XXXXX My name is Richard Luptowski I live in Florissant.


David Keller December 19, 2016 at 2:38 am

I was at the Cross Keys Schnucks Sunday night around 11:15 p.m.. the store got crowded big-time. One cashier, he was busted as he was working great. I was the third person in line in at least 10 people behind me out of the corner of my eye. I saw a young white guy in employee of Schnucks was walking really fast, within two minutes he spoke with the cashier and then he said self checkout is open. The smile on the people’s faces was nice to see. Because the smile is nice to see when it’s 3 degrees outside. I went up to that young man and ask him what his name was he says Adam I told him I’m calling corporate office on them. And he looked at me and I said it’s not a complaint. I I said you’re management material for the way you handled that situation,. PS. That’s called loyalty to me. I’m 55 years of age I don’t see loyalty anymore in stores. Have a great day


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