Winn-Dixie Corporate Office

Winn-Dixie Corporate Office Address

Bi-Lo Holding
5050 Edgewood Ct
Jacksonville, FL 32254

Contact Winn-Dixie

Phone Number: (904) 783-5000
Fax Number: (904) 783-5235
Email: Email Winn-Dixie


CEO: Randall Onstead
CFO: Brian Carney

Winn-Dixie History

Winn-Dixie was founded by William Milton Davis and his sons in Burley, Idado in 1914.  Davis bought a general stores which he renamed to Davis Mercantile.

In 1925, Davis borrowed $10,000 (about $125,000 in today’s dollars) from his father, moved to Miami, Florida and purchased Rockmoor Grocery.  Two years later, the business was renamed to Table Supply and 4 additional stores were opened.

In 1933, 33 additional stores were added with the purchased of Lively Stores chain for $10,000.  William Davis died the following year.

In 1939, William’s sons bought 51% of Winn-Lovett, a 73 store chain.  In 1944, the brothers adopted Winn-Lovett as the company name and moved the corporate office to Jacksonville, Florida.  More acquisitions followed in the 40s and 50s and Winn-Lovett went public in 1952.

The company continued to grow through acquisitions up until the 2000′s.

In 2005, the company went into bankruptcy and planned to close over 300 stores.  In 2011, the company was purchased by BI-LO.

There are currently 485 Winn-Dixie branded stores in the US, mostly operating in the South.  The Winn-Dixie corporate office is still located in Jacksonville.

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Holly leptien April 26, 2015 at 1:24 pm

I was attempting to pick up Tums by the pharmacy a winn dixie associate was sitting on a milk crate blocking the area. I waited patiently for her to move over so I could get the Tums but she wouldn’t move. To make it worse she made eye contact with me looked away and continued to organize the shelf sitting on a milk crate in the middle of the aisle. Very disappointing visit store 0664


HJB March 30, 2015 at 8:24 pm

I worked for six or seven days over a two week period in November of 2014 at store #290 in Ft Lauderdale, FL I voluntarily quit and never received my last- and only paycheck. Since then, I have called the store directly, emailed the online help desk, filed a compliance complaint with (the Winn Dixie third party “ethics” line) and spoken to an Winn Dixie Human Resources representative who promised the check would be mailed – now it is March 30th – some 4 months have elapsed -and I still have not received my pay.I did receive a W-2 for the wages -so I will be taxed on the income Winn Dixie has denied me. Winn Dixie acknowledges I earned the money -and refuses to simply put a stamp on an envelope and mail my check – they also have my direct deposit information and consent – but have not paid me. This is by definition of Florida statutes wage theft. My last recourse is Small Claims court , since Florida no longer has a Department of Labor. Needless to say; I’ll never shop there again.


NORMA ARROYO March 16, 2015 at 2:28 pm

nosotros somos la compañia allied imex de los angeles california, manejamos lo que es la linea de hogar y tambien tenemos producto com licencia de coleman, como ser thermos para agua helada caliemte. sillas, mesas, sombrillas, escaleras, etc, muchos mas productos, quisiera contactarme con una comprardor de hogar y de estos productos.

norma arroyo
allied imex inc. 310-516-****, necesitamos contactarnos con ustedes, para ofrecerles nuestros servicios a la espera de usted.


norma arroyo


erin January 25, 2015 at 3:32 pm

I was in the Riverview FL store on 301 when I had a horrible experience first with a customer then with a manger named Lisa. I left my dog in my vehicle for less than 15 minutes when the customer service desk had me paged about a customer complaining about the dog in my truck. It was 59 degrees outside and my dog (whom I love dearly) was in NO danger. The store handled the entire situation poorly hence I will never return. A manager named Matt apologized to me which I appreciate greatly. Never-the-less, I will not return to this store and I hope Winn Dixie goes out of business. Lisa informed me that it was a police matter (which is not true). The customer accosted me in front of others and the store allowed it to happen. I know and talk to a lot of people and will tell others not to shop there either. Clearly I and my dog are not welcome anywhere near your lousy establishment.


Not Surprised January 20, 2015 at 5:31 pm

Winn-Dixie store at US 1 & Woolbright road in Boynton Beach is officially CLOSED.

If Winn-Dixie isn’t going to take their business serious and hire competent employees and managers, update the stores, which look like they’re still in the 70′s – and make AN EFFORT then it’s about time to pull out of South Florida, Anthea. Tell Brian to look at the numbers… again.


BI LO = The Cracker Jack Team – “attention to detail is NOT what we’re about!”

Seriously guys?


tina January 16, 2015 at 7:02 am

Last night I went in to your store on 92nd and combee in lakeland fl to fill prescription. I had just been discharged from hospital after 5 day stay with heart attack. Came in at around 7:30 turned in scripts and told her i would be waiting for them need for the night. She filled the script. And left locking them in pharmacy. All the empolyees around said not we can do you will just have to come back tomorrow…… asked to see manager was ask why he cant get in their either. When manager on duty came up appologized and said nothing I can do about it my daughter asked him to call and ask her to come back he said no she wont come back. He suggested going over to walgreens to get them…….your pharmacist wrote on my paperwork filled so I couldnt even do this…..beyond upset with this will be perusing this much farther.


Naomi baum January 7, 2015 at 10:04 am

I shop at one if your stores #0386,,,,you staff there are totally rude and unacceptable and your store manager who I sopkee to was just as rude, no body no matter if theyy are right are wrong can be spoken to the way I was spoken to. There are a lot of old people who frequent that store and I have heard many of them takes to rudely. They certainly don’t get rules in manners because no one there hass any. I am passing on my story to others and only hope you improve who u hire there I. The future. ThaNking. You in advance and I de expect an email back asap..


shelby thompson December 20, 2014 at 2:44 pm

Yesterday when I shopped at my local Winn-Dixie in Apopka that a corporate decision to discontinue carrying Starbucks Discoveries at this store has been made, and that I might find it at another store. I’ve been shopping at this store because they do carry this product. STARBUCKS DISCOVERIES isn’t just a good product but an excellent one. I’m hoping and requesting that you revisit and reconsider this decision
Hoping that customer opinion is of value to Winn-Dixie. Thank you for your attention in this matter.
Sincerely Shelby Thompson.


holly November 28, 2014 at 8:55 pm

I’ve been employed with Winn Dixie 4 months I’ve already been promoted to office. Well I came into work Wednesday as usual to close the store an before my shift I was basically accused of stealing money. So She demoted me by taking me out of the office an putting me in seafood. An she’s hiring someone to investigate it an I was advised this person would be talking with me also. All this after advising another manager of a conflict between me an another associate the week before. That manager telling me I’m afraid of this person an I’m just scared. Yet took no effort of resolving the issue.


Cam February 20, 2015 at 1:37 pm

Are you still employed with them


Jazzmyn Francis November 26, 2014 at 4:26 pm

So they basically told me that they can fire me for any reason if they have someone else in mind for the position.


Jazzmyn Francis November 26, 2014 at 4:18 pm

So today I lost my job for having house slippers on while being off the clock and not scheduled to work. Amazing right? Yeah I know.


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