Where is Lowes Foods Corporate office Headquarters

Lowes Foods Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1381 Old Mill Cir, Winston-Salem, NC 27103, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 336-659-0180
  • Fax Number: 336-775-3396
  • Email: Click here
  • Number of Employees: 788
  • Established: 1954
  • Founder: Jim Lowe
  • Key People: Steve Hall

Lowes Foods Headquarters Location & Directions

Lowes Foods Headquarters Executive Team



Steve Hall


Lisa Selip

Director of Marketing

About Lowes Foods, History and Headquarters Information

It is a supermarket chain which was established in the year 1954 by Jim Lowe. With around 788 dedicated employees and an excellent executive team, the supermarket company is flourishing under Tim Lowe as the CEO. Lowes Foods has its corporate headquarters situated in North Carolina, United States of America. All types of people visit the area frequently for grocery shopping, as the market contains all kinds of things from vegetables to dairy products. The chain initially grew in mountains of North Carolina and also in Virginia’s rural areas. However, in the late 1990s the chain began to expand at a rapid pace and spread into the metropolitan places of North Carolina and South Carolina. The company can be contacted through the provided phone number, fax number and E-mail ID in case of any queries. Other resources of Lowes Food are Facebook, Twitter, Bloomberg, LinkedIn, etc.

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  • Allyson Banas says:

    On June 26 at 5:00pm a state mandate went into effect that masks must be worn in all public places. I just called my local store and was told that all they will do follow this mandate is remind customers to wear a mask and offer them one for purchase, and that this was company policy. You are aware that infection rates, hospitalizations, and deaths are on the rise in North Carolina. Are you telling me profits are more important than community safety? Given you did not respond to the two earlier posts about protecting employees and customers, it seems the answer is yes. Very disappointing behavior from a local company.

  • Nancy Rodio says:

    I visited your store in Yadkinville, N. C. today April 3, 2020. I was very disappointed in the lack of effort to protect your customers in light of COVID-19 crisis. The only protection was a shield between the cashier and the customer, so I am to assume you are more concerned about your employees than your customers. Carts were not being wiped down between guest, cashier counters were not being wiped, neither was the credit card machine. This would not be so obvious except that the Food Lion in the next block has someone wiping carts, wiping belts between guess, covers on credit card machine are wiped between every customer, and marks on the floor to allow for 6′ separation. I realize that some of your State rules only went into effect on Monday, Where, I live in Virginia Beach this has been a way of life for weeks. Thankfully it was I that visited the store and not my 90 year Mother that visited your Store. I hope that you will improve your practices.

  • kathy says:

    Why are you not providing employees with plastic gloves and sanitizer during this crucial time. You are worried about your customers but not your employees. Each register should have wipes and sanitizer at their register. The store in carolina forest’s front end manager only wants a bottle of cleanser at every other
    register does that sound logical I do not think so. Your employee’s welfare should come first. The front end
    are the people dealing with hundreds of customers and are at a high risk of contamination, do something to try to protect them. If they get sick they will bring it home to their families and Lowe’s won’t care because it didn’t happen to them. I am sorry if I sound irritated but I am. Do more for your employees it will come back to you two fold and be appreciated greatly. I have had my share of illness the past 8 months and do not need to worry about this virus just try to protect your employees.
    Thank you

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