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Wegmans Corporate Office

Wegmans Corporate Office Address

Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
100 Wegmans Market St
Rochester, NY 14624

Contact Wegmans

Phone Number: (585) 328-2550
Fax Number: (585) 464-4669
Website: http://www.wegmans.com
Email: Email Wegmans

Executives

CEO: Danny Wegman
CFO: James Leo
COO: Colleen Wegman

Wegmans History

Wegmans began in 1916 as the Rochester Fruit and Vegetable Company.  The company was founded by John and Walter Wegman.

In 1931, the brothers incorporated the business as Wegman’s Food Market and opened a self-service grocery.

In 1968, the company expands to Syracuse, NY.

In 1972, the company opens its first pharmacy inside a store.

In 1974, the company acquires Bilt-Rite Chase-Pitkin.

In 1986, Wegmans Federal Credit Union opens for business.

In 1993, the company opens its first store outside of New York in Erie, Pennsylvania.

Today, Wegmans is a family owned regional supermarket with 81 stores in 6 states: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Massachusetts.

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l. gillow January 28, 2016 at 5:05 pm

I just want to say how excited I am to the possibility of a Wegmans store in Cary, NC, I have dreamed of this for 19 years since leaving Rochester. I shopped your stores from 1976 until 1997. I still use the “original” shopping bags when I go the the stores here. I use the “shoppers club” card whenever visiting NY, NJ, Pa and Va stores. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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Ken Hemphill January 23, 2016 at 7:51 pm

To Whom it May Concern,

I’m a member of a group in Marple fighting to protect a 213 acre forest which has been owned tax free by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for more than a century. This is one of the last forests in eastern Delaware County and it provides essential health benefits to residents in that part of the county. Given Delco’s extremely poor air quality ranking by the American Lung Association (3,126th place out of 3,143 counties nationwide), residents cannot afford to lose such a critically important piece of open space. What’s more, this land is crisscrossed by many miles of trails which have been used by the public for several decades.

We don’t know what Wegmans has officially decided to do regarding its announced intention to come to Marple, but I want to make it clear to company leadership that our opposition movement is only just getting started. We are nigh on 1,000 facebook followers and regularly turn out hundreds of residents to meetings. We have many plans in the works and we will continue to grow as we pick up support from hundreds of new residents and neighbors each month. Our health is just too important to not fight this egregious development.

Given the size of the growing opposition to these plans, we wonder why it is that Wegmans continues to let people believe they are coming to Marple. After all, this could very well turn out to be a public relations disaster for your company, especially considering the ugly reason why the Archdiocese is selling this land. I don’t know how any reputable company could associate itself with that.

We want the chance to purchase and save this forest from development. This is about our health, something that Wegmans professes to care a lot about. Wegmans could demonstrate to all concerned that they are the good corporate citizens they claim to be by announcing that they are no longer interested in coming to Marple.

​Sincerely,​

Ken Hemphill

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T. PINDER November 30, 2015 at 4:47 pm

I wouldn’t post anything else on this pg tgey remove real complaints instead of handling them!!!! THAT’S OK ILL REPORT MY INCIDENT TO THE MEDIA ,!!

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T as November 11, 2015 at 9:56 am

I really dislike the new bags that the rotisserie chickens are coming in now. The chicken is sitting in a bunch of grease and the whole bottom of the chicken is soggy . I use to love getting these chickens not anymore!

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T. PINDER November 30, 2015 at 3:57 pm

Had a terrible experience about two in a half weeks ago. My wife reported that she had something in her food which was a hard substance that appeared to be glass after looking at it. We reported it to the manager and supposedly it was sent up to corporate and we never received a call back. Finally just recently someone called my wife and offered a gift card but it was only after I called and complained hopefully service gets better they still haven’t told us exactly what was in my wife’s food I even contacted my lawyer to look into it I’m very dissatisfied with their response to this matter.

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None October 30, 2015 at 1:48 pm

I apply for this place for 5 years now. I got one phone call interview and I wasn’t qualified for this job. I have many years experience in cashier. Every time you look for people for cashier, I apply. I always get email that I don’t qualify. I’m starting to think that you just want to hire young people or unless it racist. . Not happy, there people that need job and a good worker.

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Loretta Urie October 18, 2015 at 9:12 am

I would love to see a Wegmans outside Pittsburgh PA. Center township or Cranberry would be nice, closest one is Erie 2 hours away….!
I fell in love with your store in 1999 a summer I spent in Oswego NY..
I moved to outside Philadelphia, you opened a store in Coatsville which again was too far to use as a regular store!!!
Please open one close to this zip code 15061.. This community is growing strong!!!

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Anne Roseboom November 9, 2015 at 6:52 am

SuperFresh and Pathmark are closing their stores in New Castle Delaware 19720 on November 20, 2015. The closures will leave people living on New Castle Avenue without a supermarket within walking distance. The nearest supermarkets will be a Save-A-Lot Market on Basin Rd or Rt.141 about five miles or FoodLion on S. DuPont Hwy. or Rt. 13 approximately seven miles away.
Would you please consider opening a store in this area?
Thank you for taking my request under advisement.

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