Where is Food Depot Corporate office Headquarters

Food Depot Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 2495 Frederick Ave
    Baltimore, MD 21223
    USA
  • Phone Number: +1 (410) 783-7777
  • Fax Number: (410)783-7788
  • Email: info@fooddepot.com
  • Number of Employees: 5000
  • Established: March, 1975
  • Founder: Gerald Taylor and Raymond Johnson
  • Key People: Gerald Taylor

Food Depot Headquarters Location & Directions

Food Depot Headquarters Executive Team

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Gerald Taylor

President

About Food Depot, History and Headquarters Information

Food Depot is founded in the year 1975 by Gerald Taylor and Raymond Johnson and other key people include Gerald Taylor. Company is working with around the strength of 500 employees. Food Depot offers all the markets with its efficient deals.

The company offers some amazing deals on weekly ads and they offer a shopping experience which is out of the box. The stores are well stocked with thousands of products which customers use daily. The services which are available with the Food Depot are good, and they provide coupons and rewards to the customers. The company offers deals which create a huge impact on the savings.

The shopping experience becomes more convenient and easy with the Food Depot. The company is headquartered at 2495 Frederick Ave Baltimore, MD 21223 USA. Shopping cart is available with the app for the payments and adding products to it.

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  • SONIA says:

    Tanieka the managers at your 5600 milgen rd, Columbus GA 31907 store. The store is #60. Refuse to honor the a incorrect price on the shelf. Not only did she stay in the office when the cashier called for help. The cashier had to go and get her out to help get the line down. I’m very disappointed on this day. I have always have great customer service at this location but not today.. I was asking another worker about the store manager name. The cashier told her not to help me because she was off duty. I didn’t appreciate being talked about between Ms Tanieka and my cashier.

     
  • ken says:

    Hello…I thought you might like to know why you are losing customers at the Warner Robins Food Depot. I have been the victim of a scam for no less than three times. When I get home and put away my groceries I notice items are missing. I couldn’t figure out how this was happening. I thought the woman who checked me out was dropping bagged groceries on the floor behind the counter where I could not see them. She does this when I am busy loading up the conveyer belt with other groceries. This may be happening but I cannot prove this….only strongly suspect. I did however uncover an additional scam which I brought to the attention of the manager. I use the electric shopping carts because I have neuropathy and have difficulty walking for long distances. The carts are great. When I check out I ask for the groceries to be put in a regular buggy so I don’t leave the electric cart outside or have the added burden of driving the cart back in the store. When I do this the woman who bags my groceries pushes my cart over to the entry doors. I presumed this was to be helpful. It is not. There is a black woman who enters the store grabs a few bags and runs out the store. This is when they think I am not looking because I am putting the electric cart away. The black woman also has an accomplice. This is a Mexican looking person who after the scam, I remembered, seeing him before, standing by the coin counting machine (also near the entry doors). This time (late morning Black Friday Nov 26th) after I was putting my cart away I noticed the entire shopping cart was missing. I ran over to the door seeing the black woman running off in the parking lot with all my groceries. She had another buggy side by side (touching) my buggy being pushed by the Mexican. I yelled as loud as I could (‘Hey Stop”). Everyone in the store and parking lot heard this. They stopped and I went over there as soon as I could. The black woman tried to make out that she made a mistake and thought my buggy was the Mexican’s buggy. I was just helping my friend and he does not speak English. She made it quite clear that this buggy must be mine and the other buggy was his. She was quite apologetic. I grabbed my buggy and returned to my car. After arriving home and putting my groceries away I noticed missing bags of groceries. It was then that I realized that the Mexican’s cart was also full of my groceries. Immediately after grabbing my cart, when I was not looking, the black lady put a handful of my grocery bags into the Mexican’s cart. I went back up to the store and asked to speak to the manager. When she arrived I explained the entire scam to her including the fact that the checkout and bagger employees were in on it. I also explained that this was not the first time I arrived home missing groceries from Food Depot. I always thought it was the checkout employee or customers grabbing my bags of groceries as they walked out the store. I did not realize that this was a scam perpetrated by Food Depot employees. I also explained that I saw the Mexican loitering (not buying anything or using the coin machine) before when I had missing bags. The checkout employees must be familiar with this man since they must see him often. The manager let me shop for what I thought was stolen and did not charge me for these items.
    I was patronizing Food Depot with at least $600 per month. I like the store brand “Essentials” and the selection of items I buy often. I like other customers refuse to go back to Food Depot and will spend my money elsewhere.
    If you have video surveillance cameras, I ‘m sure you caught the whole thing on camera. I would polygraph the employees involved and prosecute everyone involved. It would not surprise me to see the black lady is a relative of one of the baggers. I also believe the stolen items are somehow returned to the store for the money. So it might be a good idea to check for that.

     
  • Yolanda Jackson says:

    I worked at the food depot on Floyd rd n cobb and I was fired for something that wasn’t my fault now they saying I’m not getting paid for the the days I work before they let me go 😠😠

     
  • Ariel Mason says:

    I just went to market at food depot at bel-air road and I was told I couldn’t buy seafood because they are closed I said what time do they close they said 8 pm but dam it’s 7 pm so why can’t I buy my seafood the manager said because they can’t ring seafood up at the cash register but I just brought seafood yesterday and paid up front so why it today and you are supposed to be open I really can’t stand this market the health department need to go in there for real

     
  • Robert donehoo says:

    My son work for food depot for 17+ years he was a manager in the douglasville Georgia store he was on salary and he worked his but off 55 and 60 hours a week he made the store money every year he loved his job just because he made one mistake he deserve a second chance his is Shawn donehoo

     
  • Dr. James Christmas says:

    Today At approximately 6 10 p.m. on 01/03/2020 I had one of your store employees not a manager along with uneducated security guard call the Jackson Police on me while I was with my family… I pulled up to your store that’s on Terry Road in Jackson Mississippi to drop off two of my nieces one which had a one-year-old baby she was taken out of the car seat going in your grocery store to pick up a few items when this belligerent black female come out yelling and calling for the security they begin to yell and scream move my truck move my truck I am formed them that I was unloading certain family members I will move when I’m done I pulled up to your store that’s on Terry Road and Jackson Mississippi to drop off two of my nieces one which had a one-year-old baby she was taking out of the car seat going in your grocery store to pick up a few item when this belligerent black female come out yelling and calling for the security they begin to yell and scream move my truck move my truck I am formed them that I was unloading certain family members I will move when I’m done they then became verbal with me which then I showed him my identification instructed them who I was and that I will move when I’m done my car was still running other passengers were still in the vehicle I didn’t ask for this belligerent employees name she ran in the store and told the guard to call the police after I identified myself to them I told them fine I will stay here and when the police, they will identify fight who I am to you all at this time I ask for the employee’s name again I showed them my identification instructed them who I was and that I will move when I’m done my car was still running all the passengers was still in the vehicle I did ask for this belligerent employees name she ran into store and told the guard to call the police after I identified myself to them I told them fine I will stay here and when the police come lay will identify fight who I am too you all at this time I ask for the employees name again they would not give it to me I asked for the store manager they lied and said this lady was the store manager I said she is not I own three businesses in that area I own two houses in that area I am well aware who the Store managers are the… Please

     
  • Whitney Davis says:

    I brought a pack of chicken the next day I went to cook it and it’s bad it smells awful and I took it back to the store where I was told because I didn’t have a recipt I was stuck with it. I’m very upset and out of 9.00 which is all I had to feed my children

     
  • Captain Reva Figueroa says:

    Your Security Issues

     
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