Where is Ingles Markets Corporate office Headquarters

Ingles Markets Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 550 NC-9
    Black Mountain, NC 28711,

  • Phone Number:
    +1 828-669-6700

  • Fax Number: (828) 669-3678

  • Email: info@ingles-markets.com

  • Number of Employees: 18800

  • Established: 1963

  • Founder: Robert P Ingle

  • Key People: Robert P. Ingle II, James W. Lanning

Ingles Markets Headquarters Location & Directions

Ingles Markets Headquarters Executive Team



Robert P. Ingle II


Jim Lanning

President & CEO

About Ingles Markets, History and Headquarters Information


Ingles was founded in the year 1963. The company has been operational for almost 56 years now. The founder of the company was Robert P Ingle. In the year 1982, the company had purchased a milk processing unit and packaging company from Sealtest, which was operated as Milkco Incorporated. Later onwards, about two-thirds of Milko’s business was expanded as well and therefore started to include more products than just dairy products, such as tea, bottled water, citrus. These products were obtained from food service distributors, independent speciality stores and also grocery warehouses as well. In the year 1987, the company had become a limited public entity.

During the 2000s, the company started building gas stations along with its newer stores, so that gasoline could be stored and also sold as well. Then in the year 2005, it was announced by the company that financial statements of the company would be restated for the year 2002, 2003 and also the first quarter of the year 2004. The main reason for this change was to correct the accounting measures for various vendor allowances and even other items too. This made the company received a Wells Notice from the US Securities and Exchange Commission, in the year 2006, that restatement of the company’s accounts can bring an enforcement action against it as well. In the year 2011, the founder of the company had passed away, and his son Robert P Ingle II became the CEO of the company. Then in the year 2012 and also 2013, the company had collaborated with Eblen Charities’ St. Nicholas Project, via which the company used to donate toys, games, clothes, etcetera, to needy families living in North Carolina. The headquarters of the company is based in 550 NC-9. The name of the place is Black Mountain, while the name of the state is North Carolina, USA. The pin code of the area is 28711.


Ingles is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of retail and grocery items to its customers. As of the current date, the company has its presence in more than 210 locations, all over the USA. The overall revenue generated by the company, as of the year 2016, is more than $3.7 billion. Also, the number of employees working at the company, as of the year 2017, is more than 17,250.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in purchasing various kinds of grocery items, with the help of the shopping centres and supermarkets established by the company itself. The company is also responsible for the manufacturing of dairy products as well as beverages as well. The stores of the company also include gas service stations too.

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  • jane hull says:

    I was at Ingles in Statesville N.C. buying groceries I walked into restroom to use toilet a transgender employee followed me in side harressing me for no reason lied and said i was bathing in restroom I had been there for 5 minutes and for no reason told me to leave store like i had done some wrong . THey later treatened to call police and have me put in there jail. these people are extremely dishonest and think they can take away peoples personal freedoms buy judgeing them buy there appearance.THe store would be a good place to shop if they would let go of there dishonest employees and get good people working for them

  • Shirley Maney says:

    Your Hayesville,NC store needs some management I am an elder person and need help they never have baggers..my husband try’s to help the management is a mess

  • Debbie says:

    Do NOT go to the Ingles on Howard Gap rd!!!!! I went this morning, Saturday July 8th at 7:45. I was going to get donuts to take to work but there wasn’t a donut in sight. I went to the deli and got something else instead. Went to checkout and never got a smile or how are you….nothing. Service is terrible and parking lot is filthy!!!!! I will drive the extra few miles and go to Publix from now on!!!!!!!!!

  • Not saying says:

    I know the manager are horrible they talk joke about the employees have the employee filling down where they do not want to come in at work that’s why you cannot keep nobody there now because it’s your manager at it ain’t the job is the managers and had a way they treat people

  • Kimberly Dorr says:

    I am curious to find out of my name is on the no-rehire list. My name is Kimberly Dorr and I was the Lead Scan Coordinator? Thank you,

  • April Muchow says:

    I worked at Ingles in fayetteville and if anyone wants to know the horrible things they are doing let me know (:

  • Augustus says:

    I’m not sure if corporate should send secret shoppers to any of the stores but they need to look into it. The reason why I ask is because whenever we go the Dallas, Ga store, the assistant store manager whose name is Michael Ives walks around the store as a supercilious person. He doesn’t say hello, ask if we need help with anything or even smile. Instead he has a condescending attitude. Each time my family and I are in the store shopping, Mr. Ives would walk straight towards us and stare at us and not say a word! And I noticed several times he did the same thing to other people of color. When we go to other ingles that is five miles away, everyone from management to associates always welcome us and others. Now I’m not saying he is racist but he does have preferences on who he choose to speak to.

  • Elizabeth says:

    First let me say I am and have been an Ingles shopper for over 50 years. My main store is the Murphy location. The manager there is super and always hard working and easy to find. My complaint is the neighbors in the adjacent towns have a much larger and newer facility and our store is probably much busier than most. But again it could appear that way because of the small size of our store. I understand the last couple of years has put a damper on progress but our store seems to always be busier and less stock available then our neighbors. Could you please respond to what your future plans are for your Murphy customers. Thank you

  • Tammy Cole says:

    Any consideration if building a Ingles Grocery near Pelham/Garlington Road Greenville SC? We love this store and miss it dearly since we moved 2 years ago.

  • Janice Riordan says:

    Dear Corporate Managers of Roads and Access,

    Are you aware, that after a very sketchy process the City of Asheville in “connection” with their associate from the DOT, is removing 2 lanes on the very Busy Street, Merrimon Avenue in Asheville, where you have a location, and it is an access to your other location? You also own other properties as well. You’re at the end of what will be extreme congestion. I’m surprised you would support this, and have not spoke up against this? Many people have gone into your locations and handed info to your managers in the last few months.

    Fireman spoke up against this, numerous businesses, employees and homeowners, yet the City Council approved it. This is all to get (2) Bikelanes. They used a study that was done by Asheville on Bikes, and not a professional independent Professional Survey Company. They also opened their online survey to anyone in the Universe and not the very people this will effect. Not your customers for sure. So they are moving ahead. Can you look into this, and possibly send a legal letter ASAP to Council and the DOT?

    This is not right. It will hurt all businesses, delay deliveries, is not safe, and will deter people off of Merrimon Avenue, creating a major inconvenience. Would greatly appreciate hearing back from you as soon as possible as this is in the works.

    Thank you,

  • Carolyn McNeal says:

    I went to Ingles Saturday May 14, 2022, in Toccoa, Ga. to purchase an Angel Food Cake. They had 2 but they looked horrible. Did not buy. Went to store in Clarksville, Ga on Sunday they had 3. One of the 3 was a little better looking so I purchased. I don’t know if you have changed the receipt or a different pan. I made the Strawberry Tunnel Cake today using the cake I purchased. It was so tough to cut and chew. I was to share with friends but after I ate mine I don’t think so. Just wanted you to know.

  • Ronald Holt says:

    I’m curious to know why the Ingles stores in Easley and powdersville SC have went from 4 and 5 doors down to one door of their Ingles best ice cream and there is never any chocolate flavor. Going away from the 2/7 deal was bad enough but not having plenty of your personal brand really hurts. I was in one store and they had three shelves of nothing but butter pecan. I would like to hear some feedback about this please.

  • Nancy Johnson says:

    Yes, I live near your Ingles store in Hiawassee,Ga… main Street..I have a complaint about this store..The cashiers need an attitude adjustment..I don’t care what time of the day you go in the store they never have bag boys..The shelves are empty..I went to your Hayesville in North Carolina and I LOVE that store the cashiers are friendly,they have bag boys and you can find everything in this store..It might be a little ride but it will be worth it….Christmas I ordered several trays got there and they couldn’t find them and my company is coming ..So I should of stop going to this store then..I’m talking the Hiawassee store that messed up CHRISTMAS..So if you don’t know these things you can’t fix it…

  • Mary Jo Russell Ouillette says:

    I visit Ingall’s in Madisonville TN occasionally and the building looks like it should be in a third world country. The parking lot is full of holes and I always see homeless people hanging out in front of the store. They are probably living in the end of the building which is boarded up. Come on, you can do better than this. Until you do something about this, I will continue to shop elsewhere for weekly groceries. I hope you find the time to check out this eyesore. The whole shopping center should be taken down and start over.

  • Robert Hinson says:

    Just went to Ingles store number 12 in Shelby,NC and the floor manager Joshua Robertson who had cussed me and my girlfriend out in front of other customers when my girlfriend was trying to return a product she had purchased their and the guy had called her a thief and various other cuss words long story short I will never go back to that store and I’m suppose to get a call from a regional manager in regards to the matter because the behavior that the manager Joshua Robertson had presented to me and my girlfriend and our 3 year old daughter was completely unexceptable

  • Marie Collins says:

    I frequently visit different Ingles and I must say , whom ever does the hot bar Monday – Thursday at 37 store does an awesome job, food always looks fresh and appetizing,wonderful work

  • Pat says:

    The past 3 times I have purchased Laura Lynn whole milk it has tasted and looked severely watered down. Someone really needs to look into this.

  • Not sayin says:

    I have seen that some of the employees customer service is really bad, talking about customers, even employees out loud in front of people who are around them. When working with customers you can sense an attitude… I sure do especially at the gas station where all this occurs

  • Deborah Barnes says:

    Canned fire roared salsa Ingles brand

  • Shirley Maney says:

    I have shopped at Ingles every since they have been in hayesville but from is day forward I will ever put a foot back in your store..you have cheated me the last time…and I spend about 1000.00 per month .. I can’t believe you have to steal from people.

  • Paula Rigg says:

    would be great if ingles could figure out how to partner with the farmers who are having to plow under their crops and dump their milk with the food banks who need the food so desperately tx paula

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