Where is Cub Foods Corporate office Headquarters

Cub Foods Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 421 South 3rd Street
    Stillwater, MN 55082
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 651-439-7200
  • Fax Number: 651-779-2057
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 1634
  • Established: 1968
  • Founder: Charles and Jack Hooley
  • Key People: David Jenkins

Cub Foods Headquarters Location & Directions

Cub Foods Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

David Jenkins

Chief Executive Officer

Phyliss Schmedake

Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President

Brian Huff

Vice President of Merchandising

David E. Whipple

Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing

About Cub Foods, History and Headquarters Information

Cub Foods was incorporated by Charles, Jack Hooley, Robert Thueson, and Culver Davis, Jr. in 1968 in the riverside city of Stillwater. In the beginning, CUB was short for Consumers United for Buying. Cub Foods was known as the first total discount food stores in the United States. The chain was sold to SuperValu in 1980 with five stores in the Twin Cities.Some locations of this food chain are managed by Delhaize Group. This company has its headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.

Cub is a supermarket chain. It has more than 77 stores in Minnesota and Illinois. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of SuperValu Inc.

Cub Foods Headquarters Photos

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  • Kat says:

    I was at the Fridley store yesterday. I don’t think it’s appropriate for your employees to wear any apparel with any political affiliation. A girl was wearing a BLM mask. I do not support that organization, I think that most of their agenda is volatile and harmful. I seriously doubt you would allow your employees to wear a trump mask which I Lao think would be inappropriate for an employee of a store to wear. If you support BLM and donate money to the organization I will no longer shop with you as I prefer my money not go to a political organization. I like the charity work that you do with food donations and other community charities. If I do not receive a response I will assume that you support BLM and shop elsewhere and encourage family and friends to do the same.

     
  • Dave Kitchel says:

    My wife and I have shopped at Cub Foods for over 30 years. We felt confident Cub wanted our business, and for the most part, we liked the product selection.

    But Monday night, 7/20, upon entering the Rosemount store, we observed very few customers wore masks.

    In case Cub hasn’t noticed, 140,000 people have been killed by Covid-19 in 2020 — but Cub still has not mandated masks for customers. Target, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Best Buy, HyVee, Apple and Starbuck’s all require masks, but upon asking an employee about this, we learned Cub doesn’t require it.

    Maybe management thinks the pandemic is a hoax, and those 140,000 dead people are just a fairy tale. Whatever. Cub has demonstrated they’re willing to risk our lives rather than require shoppers to wear masks.

    So be it. As of Monday, 7/20, my wife and I have visited Cub Foods for the last time.

    Dave Kitchel

     
  • JL says:

    I have been a loyal Cub customer for many decades. Lately, your stores are pathetically out of stock on so many items that i use. I have switched to using another store that has a different distributor than Cub. In these scary times, I do not want to visit multiple stores for my basic weekly items. Sorry, Cub. Too frustrating to shop with you.

     
  • linda says:

    Make face masks mandatory for all shoppers.

     
  • Disgusted says:

    Cub Foods advertises their Covid-19 sanitizing procedures on TV but it appears to be just that. We have watched carts being wiped down at both the New Brighton and Saint Anthony stores and the cleaning process is done poorly. With what we witnessed, there is very little sanitizing. Just a swipe with a dirty rag. If Cub is going to pay someone to do this, there needs to be more instruction and consistent supervision. Someone is going to take a video and post it on social media!

     
  • KC says:

    Trying to contact corporate and having a difficult time getting to talk with anyone.

     
  • Sharon says:

    Please make mask and face coverings mandatory for customers and employees. coming into the store.
    It is recommendation from the CDC.

     
  • Carol Lukas says:

    Cub store had no concern for customer safety! I was at the Cub store on Larpenteur in Roseville yesterday. None of the workers had masks or gloves, and they were blocking many aisles restocking shelves. I asked one why no mask, and he replied “because it’s not required”. Ten minutes later I was in another aisle and the same man was restocking there. I moved quickly behind him, just as he stood up and sneezed right in my face without covering his nose or mouth! I gave feedback to the store manager and he said masks are not in the CDC guidelines, and employees don’t come to work if they’re sick. I told him about the sneeze and that employees could be asymptomatic, and he just shrugged and walked away from me.

     
  • MN_MOOSE says:

    Just finished shopping at the Highway 96 and Centerville Road location. None of the stockers or check out people wearing gloves or masks. Disappointing at best.

     
  • Cindy says:

    I agree with Natalie that Cub needs to step up it’s game with the crisis of Covid 19 going on. I was in the Cub in St. Anthony Village this morning to pick up a few things. I wanted to get a bag of lettuce when I noticed that 2 employees were stocking the lettuce. Neither of the employees were wearing gloves. I think that is irresponsible since the virus can remain on plastic for a considerable amount of time. As an at risk person (over 65 with underlying conditions) I don’t appreciate the lack of safe handling practices. How difficult is it to put on gloves? It makes me wonder what else is being stocked that may very well have the virus on it due to direct handling. I left the store without buying what I needed an will search for another grocer to purchase my food.

     
  • Paulette A Stanek says:

    Is it possible to do a restock of products such as Toliet paper, lysol wipes and purell later in the day like 6:00 P.M. ? For us who are lucky enough to still have jobs by time we get home from work all these products have been sold out.

     
  • Natalie Anderson says:

    I was totally disgusted with the Cambridge MN Cub today, Saturday March 21st 2020! As we are all doing what we can to keep the Coronavirus at bay the Cambridge Cub during business hours is doing nothing to assist the public. I have just come from the Cambridge Walmart where they are offering customers plastic gloves to use while checking out and wiping off each hand held UPC reader and check out area after each customer comes through and I was scolded by a Cub staff when I asked for assistance during checking out because the didn’t have any gloves and weren’t wiping down ANYTHING! HOW RUDE! I told him what Walmart was doing and he very shortly told me “well we’re not doing that here and my staff are going to be doing that all day” as the woman employee I requested help from stood doing nothing but watching people check out at the end of the lines.
    Really CUB come on! Up your game at this crucial time!

     
    • Cindy says:

      Thanks for your post Natalie. I agree that Cub is not doing much to address the Covid 19 crisis. I was in the St Anthony Village Cub today and watched as employees stocked bagged lettuce without having gloves on. With how long the virus lives on plastic, I thought Cub was being irresponsible. Also makes me wonder what else is being stocked without safe handling.

       
  • KEN ROSSOW says:

    I AM A REGULAR SHOPPER AT YOUR BUERKLE CUB. I ENJOY THE SERVICE OF YOUR MEAT COUNTER AND LIQUOR STORE. MY DISAPPOINMENT IS YOUR PRICE TICKETING IN YOUR GROCERY, IN THAT PRICES AR PREDOMINANTLY DISPLAYED BUT YOUR CAVEATES ARE IN FINE PRINT. ONLY AT THE CHECK OUT IS THIS CAUGHT. I WAS PURCHASING ( 6 BOTTLES) OF A HEALTH DRINK TICKETED AT $1.99. THEY RANG UP @$2.99. WHEN I ASKED, THE CLERK CHECKED IT OUT AND SAID I NEEDED A CUB
    CARD TO QUALIFY. I DID NOT PURCHASE THESE ITEMS BUT MADE IT APPOINT TO CHECK YOUR PRICE TICKED. THE FINE PRINT WAS SO SMALL IT WAS HARD TO READ. BOTH THE ATTENDANT AT THE SELF SERVICE AND THE LADY AT THE SERVICE COUNTER (WHO I COMPLAINED TO) BOTH SAID THEY ARE FRUSTRATED BY CUSTOMERS WHO COMPLAIN AND WISH CUB WOULD DISCONTINUE THIS FORM OF PRICING IN THAT I AM NOT THE ONLY PERSON NOT HAPPY. PUT YOUR DISCLAIMER IN LARGE PRINT ABOVE THE PRICE. EVEN THOUGH ITEMS MIGHT BE MORE EXPENSIVE AT FESTIVAL OUR TARGET, AT LEAST I UNDERSTAND THE PRICING.

     
  • B Maitrejean says:

    No Cub adds in Pioneer Press Sunday newspaper. We miss them.
    Somerset , WI. area
    Thank You

     
  • MM says:

    There is an employee at the Rochester MN Cub location, can’t ever quite catch her name as she always wears her name badge backwards. I think for a reason. I caught a glimpse last night and it looks like Dawandee? Every time I am ever there and I, by some weird chance need assistance, this girl is always working and always says the same thing. The only comment that ever comes out of her mouth when you ask her for assistance is “Sorry hun, I can’t help you, if I do, then I have to do the same thing for other customers”. Last night I was checking out at the self check out. I had 3 items, was thinking it would be quick, in out and done. Oh no, the computer/register locked up just as I completed scanning the 3 items and needed to pay. Asked Dawandee to help with the register and yep, you guessed it “Sorry hun, I can’t help you with that, if I do, then I have to do the same thing for other customers”. I explained that its a Cub owned register that is locked up. In order for me to pay for my groceries, she has to fix it. Again, she says “Sorry hun, I can’t help you, if I do, then I have to do the same thing for other customers”. This makes no sense. So, I move to a different register and she gets mad at me because she had to try to restart the register. While she was working on the register, a lady with an overflowing cart, easily $200+ worth of groceries stopped and asked Dawandee where she would find a particular item in the store. I could NOT believe it but Dawandee actually told her “Sorry hun, I can’t help you, if I do, then I have to do the same thing for other customers”. The women looked absolutely confused. She asked Dawandee, “you are a cub employee, isn’t that your job?” , Dawandee just replied again “Sorry hun, I can’t help you, if I do, then I have to do the same thing for other customers”. The women actually left her cart with Dawandee and said “I am outta here” Dwandee yelled after her and said, “I will keep your cart up at the service desk for you hun for when you come back hun” The women said, “don’t bother, I am going to Hy-Vee”. Dawandee actually yelled at the women and told her to come back and put the groceries back then if she wasn’t going to buy them. We have 4 Hy-Vees, 2 super Targets, 2 Walmarts in our town plus 2 Fareway Foods within minutes driving distance of our town. When we have that many options of places to buy groceries where we can actually get help, why would we go to Cub and deal with someone clearly not equipped to do anything, at all. I have shopped at cub for over 20 years, the last year or so, this is the type employee now working at Cub and I will not set foot in there if I can help it. Why should I buy groceries that in turn help pay her salary when she is unwilling or too stupid to do her job. She thinks just wearing a name badge backwards and a black fleece jacket saying I heart Cub makes her the queen cashier and entitled to a paycheck. When profits go down because people refuse to put up with her crap anymore you will think it is an economic thing and not the employees you hire which is so sad.

     
  • Jo Ann H Looby says:

    Human Resources: I am waiting to hear about my employment at Crystal Cub Foods Garden Center. I have not received any information regarding HireRight and follow up requirements to start my orientation and training. Thank you so much for forwarding this request to Human Resources.

     
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