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Stop & Shop Supermarket Corporate Office Address

Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, LLC
1385 Hancock Street
Quincy, Massachusetts 02169

Contact Stop & Shop Supermarket

Phone Number: (800) 767-7772
Fax Number:
Email: Email Stop & Shop Supermarket

Stop & Shop Supermarket Facts

Founder: Solomon and Jeanie Rabinovitz
Date Founded: 1914
Founding Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Number of Employees: 82000

Stop & Shop Supermarket Executives

CEO: Dick Boer
CFO: Paula A. Price
COO: Mark McGowan

Stop & Shop Supermarket History

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Stop & Shop can trace its roots back to 1892 when Solomon and Jeanie Rabinovitz opened their first produce store near Boston, called “The Greenie Store”. This location closed in 1908 but the Rabinovitz family opened another store in Somerville, Massachusetts, called Economy Grocery Store. Like the original, this store began by selling produce, but quickly added other food items, such as milk and meats. By 1917, the company had 15 locations. stop 3

Even during the Great Depression, Stop & Shop continued to be successful. By 1929, the company had 435 stores. The company name was officially changed to Stop & Shop in 1945. By 1949, the company was reaching $50 million in revenue.

Stop & Shop entered the Rhode Island and Connecticut markets in the early 1950s, New York in the early 1960s, and New Jersey in the late 1960s. stop 9    In 1972, the company built the most technically sophisticated meat processing and distribution plant in its time in Marlboro, Massachusetts.

In 1982, the company built its first superstore in Springfield, Massachusetts. These Superstores were between 45,000 square feet and 80,000 square feet. In addition to traditional supermarket offerings, these stores featured bakeries, pharmacies, moderate selections of general merchandise one would not expect to find at a supermarket, such as hardware items or socks, expanded deli departments, cafes, and a salad bar. Some of these stores would also contain a bank, expanded liquor sections, along with beer,  and video rentals. stop 2

In 1995, the company was acquired by Dutch company Ahold and acts as a subsidiary.

In 2007, Stop & Shop asked customers to submit stories and videos regarding their shopping experience as a means of promoting the value and camaraderie of shopping at their stores. stop 8 The company introduced a smartphone app, along with a loyalty program and coupons in 2010.

The company launched their own Facebook page in 2013. The company currently has 422 locations and employs approximately 82,000 employees. Annual revenue for Stop & Shop was $15.2 billion. Headquarters remain in Quincy, Massachusetts.

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Stop & Shop Supermarket FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Stop & Shop Supermarket?
Answer 1: The phone number for Stop & Shop Supermarket is (800) 767-7772.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Stop & Shop Supermarket?
Answer 2: The CEO of Stop & Shop Supermarket is Dick Boer.

Question 3: Who founded Stop & Shop Supermarket?
Answer 3: Stop & Shop Supermarket was founded by Solomon and Jeanie Rabinovitz in 1914.

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Frank Russo December 14, 2018 at 4:27 am

The Stop & Shop in Bayside NY in the Bay Terraceis the worst… I was in the store on Wednesday I purchase a few items that day I returned two items the next day with my receipt that I paid cash when I brought the two items to customer service with my receipt showing I paid cash the two items were over $10 and because they were over $10 I couldn’t get my cash back only a gift card I never heard so much nonsense in my life the manager Jeff is a complete moron they make up their own rules I will never ever shop there again I will be speaking to my lawyer to see how we can move forward on this matter


Ralph J. Tortorici November 27, 2018 at 10:29 am

I purchased your Thanksgiving ” meal ”

I can start by saying , I won’t be doing that again .. IT WAS TERRIBLE !! The Turkey was tasteless , ( no flavor what-so-ever) , and looked as if someone had sprayed Coppertone on it’s top .. The Green bean casserole tasted as if it had sat to long .. The potatoes amazed me , because I never knew you could screw up potatoes that badly and make them taste like “instant” potatoes that weren’t blended properly . The stuffing had WAY to much seasoning and it was basically bitter and it was dry . I’m stunned and flabbergasted over the whole meal . The ONLY thing any good was the pie . The rest was ONE sitting and then in the garbage ..And upon “complaining ” to friends and neighbors that had made the same purchase , I found they ALL had the same complaints You DAMN sure have to do better than that , if you intend to do it at all .

Ralph J. Tortorici
Waterbury , Ct. 06705


Sven von Magnus August 25, 2018 at 7:28 pm

Poor customer service and or false advertising, Stores running Lobster ads , Steamed on site until Labor day,, Went to Abington at 5:15 and the Customer service guy said he can only sell me cold in case, I wanted to buy 4 to 6 Lobsters, I left and went to Whitman only to ask the same question and get the almost exact scripted song and dance their~~ I guess your people were to lazy to do there job,, Well knowing that SHAWS was a little higher in price, But offering the same deal until next weekend ,, Brockton customer service won me over,,, Done to perfection, And now DONE with my days at STOP AND SHOP


Marie Brown July 28, 2018 at 10:09 pm

Dear Whom it may concern. I shop at my local Newburgh N. Y store. The employees there are wonderful and always helpful. The store is organized and clean. I stopped in today around 10 am . I went to the self check registers. The attendant there Tammy was very nice and helped me with my order. It is so great to have such hard working people at this store. Thank you Marie Brown


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