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Where is Harps Food Stores Inc Corporate office Headquarters

Harps Food Stores Inc Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 918 S Gutensohn Rd, Springdale, AR 72762, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 479-751-7601

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: 5,000

  • Established: 1930

  • Founder: Harvard and Floy Harp

  • Key People: Kim Eskew (CEO, President)

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Harps Food Stores Inc Headquarters Executive Team



Kim Eskew

CEO, Chairman, President

About Harps Food Stores Inc, History and Headquarters Information

The company went through its struggles in expansion. Started with a single store in the 1930s, it remodelled and expanded to multiple stores in the coming years. Headquartered in Arkansas, the company is today amongst 30 largest employee-owned companies in the US. The stores have expanded to four major states of the country.

The stores deal in Bakery, Deli, Meat, Pharmacy and Produce departments currently. The websites of the company make easy ordering, shopping and home delivery possible. Harps Food Stores Inc has advanced according to times. The customers and members receive Harps card and coupons which helps them in procuring great benefits on online as well as offline stores.

The online portal has an extensive shopping list for the consumers and there areseveral recipes which the customer can browse and get meals ready at their doorsteps. The success story of Harps Food Stores Inc will surely inspire many.

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  • Josephine E Eberhardt says:

    Checkers at Harps need to have a chair/stool on which to sit so they are NOT standing on their feet for 8 hours straight b

  • Crystal Martin says:

    I am an employee of Fredericktown,Mo I work in the deli as a part time cook and I’m one of the BEST WORKERS they have in the whole store and the only one that answers the phone for them if they need someone to come in I never call out and with everything I’ve done in so little time I’ve been there I think I deserve more than what I get. We are allowed 28 hours being part time and I’m getting 19. I’m super frustrated and hurt because they say they don’t want to lose me and they want me full time but they keep cutting my hours. How is that fair. I’ve dedicated myself to Harps and I get treated like I don’t do anything. I can’t pay my bills with them hours but who cares they have their hours so they can pay bills go on vacation buy new vehicles. All I want is enough hours to get by. I think that’s fair considering how good of a worker I am and very dependable. I don’t want full time if I can get the hours I need.

  • john says:

    Visited your Harps store located in Waldron, Ar. this week. Clearly displayed on the entry doors was sign that indicated face coverings and masks required. Upon entry to the store I discovered that maybe 1 out of 6 people that were inside the store were wearing masks.

    I was appalled by the lack of observance to this state mandate and even discovered two of your employees, one of which was checking people out was not wearing a mask.

    I was very uncomfortable inside this store as the aisle were very narrow and a small store it was.

    I will not be visiting this store in the future unless this mandate is enforced properly and people are required to wear face coverings or not be granted entry.

    We can only defeat this pandemic if companies will do their part.

    Thank you, disappointed customer.

    • Anonymous says:

      Harps is afraid of mandating that customers wear masks. They’d rather make a profit then enforce the law and ask people to leave their store. I should know, I used to work there. But not all Harps stores are the same.

  • Susan Vaughn says:

    Happy to hear Harps is coming to our town, Fredericktown Mo. We hope our store will be cleaned up and SMOKE FREE in our deli. The food in the deli is delicious but you can’t enjoy it because of the smoking allowed. Thank you and Welcome to Missouri

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