Where is Raleys Supermarkets Corporate office Headquarters

Raleys Supermarkets Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 500 W Capitol Ave, West Sacramento, CA 95605, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 800-925-9989
  • Fax Number: 916-373-6351
  • Email: service@raleys.com
  • Number of Employees: 12000
  • Established: February 16, 1935
  • Founder: Thomas P. Raley
  • Key People: Michael Teel, Keith Knopf

Raleys Supermarkets Headquarters Location & Directions

Raleys Supermarkets Headquarters Executive Team



Michael Teel

Chief Executive Officer

Keith Knopf

President and Chief Operating Officer

Ken Mueller

Interim Chief Financial Officer and Vice President

Bob Abel

Senior Vice President of Operations

Roger Bresnahan

Senior Vice President of Distribution & Logistics

About Raleys Supermarkets, History and Headquarters Information

Raleys Supermarkets was founded in the year 1935. The company has been active for almost 84 years now. The founder of the company was Thomas P Raley. In the year 1991, the founder of the company had passed away. In the year 1993, the company had taken over Bel Air Markets, followed by the take over of Nob Hill Foods in the year 1997. The company had also started Food Source in the year 1995 and Market 5-ONE-5 in the year 2018. As of the year 1998, the company had revenues more than $2.5 billion. In the year 1999, the company had bought almost 19 stores from Albertsons. The same year, the company had opened its stores in Las Vegas, USA. It had almost 17,500 employees during that time. In the year 2002, Kroger announced plans to purchase Raley's 18 store locations in Las Vegas, USA. In the year 2009, the company was awarded the Greenhill Partnership Gold-Level Certification by the USA Environment Protection Agency. As of the year 2012, the company had 128 stores under its name. The headquarters of the company is based in 500 W Capitol Avenue. The name of the place is West Sacramento, while the name of the state is California, USA. The pin code is 95605.

Raleys Supermarkets is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of food products and groceries, to its customers all over the USA. The current CEO and president of the company are Keith Knopf. As of the year 2016, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $3.2 billion. The number of employees working in the company, as of the year 2016, is more than 12,000.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of food products and groceries, that are marketed and sold by the company itself. The products sold by the company include bakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, general grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks, prepared foods, etcetera.

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  • Sonja says:

    Dear Mr. Knopf,
    I have grown up being an avid Raley’s fan. As a young girl, when I joined my mom on multiple shopping trips to Raley’s I remember enjoying the outing and feeling like it was somehow ‘better’ than the other grocery stores we may visit. My mom had told me many times growing up that Raley’s had the best meat, fruits and vegetables. (At an older age, knowing that she was a Food Science major and worked in the food industry, I knew she was knowledgeable in this topic.)
    As an adult, when I moved to Pleasanton, CA I was extremely pleased that Raley’s was my local grocery store. During our 20 years of living in Pleasanton, I told my kids multiple times that Raley’s is the best place to buy meat, fruits and vegetables. In 2020 we moved to Reno, Nevada and was thrilled that a beautiful Raley’s store on Wedge Parkway was located less than 10 minutes from my home.
    Recently, my local Raley’s went through a ‘transformation’. I was excited about the updates and was curious to see what the changes were all about. Upon my first visit after the updates, I was surprised to see that many of the basic food items were no longer available. Or if they were, it was only one brand and it was the most expensive option; for example, whipping cream. There was only one brand to choose from and it was almost double the price of my typical option! For the fruits and vegetable, it seems that most of the options were only organic. During this visit, I was desperately hoping to get a small bottle of chocolate milk to revive me after an extremely long day of outdoor physical work. However, to my shock and great disappointment, I was unable to purchase basic chocolate milk.
    I am a healthy eater and prepare healthy meals for my family using basic simple ingredients. We consume grass-fed and finished beef, free-range chickens with no hormones, cage-free eggs, etc. I make my own pasta sauces, roast vegetables and make salads from organic ingredients. We rarely have pre-packaged foods and often choose organic. HOWEVER, I want to be the one to select the food to purchase. I want options. I do not want to be limited by what you select is “best” for me. Sometimes I want to purchase Svenhard’s bakery items for a Sunday brunch. I would be happy to be further educated by your nutritionalist but I don’t want to be dictated to and limited in my choices. AND based upon the mostly empty parking lot on a Wednesday at 5:30 pm, I am guessing this is what most of your customer’s desire as well.
    I am extremely sad, frustrated and angry to say that if we do not revert back to a grocery store with options, a life-long customer will be gone forever. I am more than willing to drive three times the distance to Whole Foods for fresh meat and vegetables and the new Safeway opening May 18 to get the selection I desire.
    A sad and disappointed customer.

  • E Adams says:

    Why on earth did you try and model the Whole Foods Market?
    I went to the El Dorado Hills Raleys today and was extremely frustrated by the lack of name brand items such as cereal post Kellogg’s , cold cuts hot dogs jello products etc. I prefer to make my own dietary decisions and not have Raleys do it for me. I was not the only person in the store frustrated and who left to go to Safeway down the block where we will now be shopping, if I want a speciality “organic” product I can go to Nugget or as we call it Whole Paycheck. You have lost a customer

  • Peggy L. Guernsey says:

    Dear Mr Keith Knopf, PLEASE KEEP #710 in Hayward, CA open. None other grocery stores are near here. City Councilmember Francisco Zermanio is wanting you to stay and like me, favors expanding into a multi service market, Bakery, coffee bar, etc. There is nothing from downtown Hayward to Fremont along Mission Blvd to serve us. Hundreds of new homes, apts, condos and townhomes have and are being built and you want to leave. Advertise you are there, I’ve lived here 50+ yrs and always shop you. Safeway and Lucky’s Costco are miles away and NOT even on a bus route.

  • Jenny says:

    I’m writing to complain about an incident that occurred at one of your local Raley’s store’s located on 1407 Fulton Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403.

    My daughter Vanessa Ramos who has worked in the deli department for several years. A coworker has been making comments to Vanessa regarding her appearance and breast (recently my daughter had a breast augmentation), Vanessa questioned if the mistreatment she endured at work by her coworker would even be considered sexual harassment, when comments were being made about her breast. When she came to me and told me I immediately told her she needed to say something to her coworker and management. She was hesitant because she did not want to lose her job and she was embarrassed. My daughter has never encountered this type of behavior at work, with that said she was unsure on how to handle the situation and what steps to take. Vanessa spoke to two superiors at work who recommended she talk to Brian King the store manager. I was not there nor do I know what transpired, what infuriated me was when my daughter stated Brian King told my daughter if she was not happy she should just quit and placed a resignation form on the table.
    Needless to say I was appalled, and in no way does this fix the problem, it seems as though my daughter is being punished for coming forward with the harassment.
    Vanessa states she has made it clear that she does not like her coworker behavior.
    It seems as though Brian is not taking my daughter seriously, your store manager has failed to make Vanessa feel safe at her workplace by not addressing her concerns by providing work safety, instead she’s asked for resignation (totally against the law). On June 18th my daughter came home in tears feeling as though she’s being punished for filing a sexual harassment complaint and, in fact my daughter has been demoted to a lower-paying job and will no longer be assistant manager at Rayly’s deli dept. I’m speechless and in disbelief that my local grocery store is unable to properly train store managers to handle these types of situations.
    No one should tolerate any type of harassment in the workplace, Vanessa should not have to tolerate sexual slurs and demeaning vulgarity.

    I personally have not spoken to the store manager, as it would be hard to keep my composure, but I’m writing this letter to inform your Human Resources department and to let you know that Vanessa’s mental anguish and embarrassment at work it continues home as tension and stress about going to work the next day also affecting her performance at work and relationships with her coworkers.

    I request that your company kindly act on this matter and take the necessary actions. My daughter has filed a complaint over 5 days ago and she has yet to be contacted, but her manager was contacted of the complaint my daughter filed.

    Jenny Alvarado

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

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