Where is Fred Meyer Corporate office Headquarters

Fred Meyer Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 3800 SE 22nd Ave, Portland, OR 97202, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 800-858-9202
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 31,000
  • Established: 1931
  • Founder: Fred G. Meyer
  • Key People: Joe Grieshaber (President)

Fred Meyer Headquarters Location & Directions

Fred Meyer Headquarters Executive Team



Joe Grieshaber


Chris Albi

Vice President

Karen Hughes

Vice President of Merchandising for Fred Meyer

About Fred Meyer, History and Headquarters Information

Fred Meyer was incorporated by Fred G. Meyer in 1922 in Portland, Oregon. In 1981, the company was sold to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts. The company joined hands with Kroger in 1998.

Fred Meyer, Inc. owns and operates a chain of supermarkets. The Company provides a wide line of products such as bakery items, apparel and accessories, home furnishing, vegetables, deli, bed and bath products, health and beauty care, prepared meals, home decor, cereals, clothes, coffee, garden and patio products, alcoholic beverages, and other related products. Fred Meyer provides its products and services to its customers all over the United States. It has its stores throughout the western U.S which includes Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. This chain promotes one-stop shopping. Anyone can find the following brands at a Fred Meyer store: Country Oven, Homesense, Splash Spa, F•M•V, Michael Morgan, Private Selection, HD Designs, Curfew, Kidz Korner, Simple Truth, Psst, Kivu Coffee Great Northwest, GNW, Everyday Living, Moto Tech, and Naturally Preferred.

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  • vicki Hobson says:

    As the holiday nears, I would hope that more cashiers are available for checkout. I was in the Meyers Sore in Detroit on Grand River Rd. last Sunday. There were only three working cashiers available. The lines were very long. The self-check lines were even longer.

  • JoAnn Palmer says:

    please please build a new Fred Meyer store in the West central part of Washington state, anywhere between Elma and Aberdeen in Grays Harbor county. I moved to ocean shores, wa 5 years ago. closest fred Meyers is a hour and a half drive to Olympia/Tumwater, and that stories very busy.
    our communities in Grays Harbor county are continuing to grow. we need a Free Meyers. HELP PLEASE

  • Bob Feigum says:

    I have been a customer at Fred Meyers for 50 years. I wanted to tell you the reason I have quit shopping there and now shop at Safeway and Albertsons.
    The reason I do, is the Digital coupon idea is confusing, I cant figure out how to use it and I hate it. It separates my family from participating in many sale items that other customers can and Makes me feel stupid

    At Safeway you can either CLIP or CLIck, you have a choice. Makes things much easier to take advantage of sales items. You have to remember that a lot of elderly people don’t shop at F.M. I have heard many complaints from friends and relatives some don’t have phones or computers.
    Just wanted you to know, why I don’t spend my time or money or read food ads anymore from FM.
    Thank You for listening

    • Jan Williams Coeur d Alene, ID says:

      Hi Bob,

      I agree with you totally. As to Safeway and Albertsons, I called Safeway this am (6-4-19)
      and was advised the stores here in Coeur d Alene ID are also doing digital only for the
      additional discount. I do remember past sale ads stating clip or click but the store
      employee today told me no you have to either go onto computer and check items you
      want and it will go onto your store card listed in the account you must create. Or you
      can load onto their phone ap you create. So basically you must go shopping on your
      computer prior to going to the store. I to have been a loyal customer of Fred Meyer for
      years and just don’t understand why they have decided to create all this time consuming
      and extra hassle for the consumer. It saddens me but I will probably have to do my
      shopping at Walmart or Super 1 in the future.


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