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Schnucks Supermarket Headquarters Address and Contact

Schnucks Supermarket
  • Address: 11420 Lackland Road, St. Louis, MO 63146-6928, United States
  • Phone Number: 314-994-4400
  • Fax Number: 314-994-4465
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:  15000
  • Established: 1939
  • Founder: Mr. Edwin H. Schnuck
  • Key People: Mr. Todd R. Schnuck (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer)

Schnucks Supermarket Headquarters Location & Directions

Schnucks Supermarket Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Mr. David A. Peacock

President and Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Edwin H. Schnuck

Co-Founder

Ms. Anna Donovan Schnuck

Co-Founder

Mr. David Bell

Chief Financial Officer

About Schnucks Supermarket, History and Headquarters Information

Schnucks Supermarket was founded in the year 1939. The company has been active for almost 90 years now. In the year 1952, the first major store of the company was opened in Brentwood, a St Louis suburb. In the year 1968, the company’s symbol was introduced. In the year 1970, the company had taken over Bettendorf-Rapp chain of grocery stores. During the year 1995, the company had undergone major expansions and had also acquired Loblaws as well. The company had also acquired Kroger in the year 1986 and also A&P in the 1970s. Then in the year 2002, the company had acquired 12 Seessel's stores from Albertsons Incorporated. In the year 2008, the company had purchased Hart Food and Drug store. During the year 2011, the company had purchased 7 Hilander stores in the Rockford, Illinois area as well. Three years later, in the year 2014, the company had closed off almost three of seven stores. As of the year 2018, the company had announced the takeover of 19 Shop'n Save locations. In the year 2012, the company had faced a major system compromise and almost 2.4 million debit and credit card information was at risk. The headquarters of the company is based in 11420 Lackland Road. The name of the place is St Louis, while the name of the state is Missouri, USA. The pin code is 63146-6928.

Schnucks Supermarket is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of products and groceries, via its supermarket chain. The company currently has its presence across more than 100 locations in the USA. As of the year 2011, the total revenue of the company is more than $2.6 billion. Also, the number of employees currently working at the company is more than 15,000.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to purchase various kinds of food products and groceries, that are offered by the supermarkets which are established by the company itself. The products sold by the company include bakery, dairy, frozen foods, general grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, floral, snacks, liquor, etcetera.

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  • Karen says:

    I would like to know why I can not buy a 8 piece white meat only chicken dinner for my family from the deli???

     
  • Laura says:

    I love my schmuck in Farmington…the deli folks are nice and the produce manager answered my questions about canning tomatoes! Nice people

     
  • Mike hart says:

    Overpriced, non consistent quality, use to shop at your schnuck store on Charles st in Rockford, not anymore, will drive the five miles to Walmart, your store is horrible.

     
  • Tanya Duchild says:

    Please get the owner of the lot of Schnucks Chesterfield. 141 Hilltown Village Chesterfield, MO 63017, Schnucks. to paint lines in the parking lot. It is a disgrace, all the parking lines are faded out.

     
  • Roy Roesch says:

    My car got damaged by one of your shopping carts.please contact me at 314-229-2749

     
  • Terry Perrin says:

    I am a new small business owner with big ideas. I know Schnucks works with local companies to have their products on your shelves. I was hoping you could point me in the right direction to see that happen with my business. I would like one day to see my tacos in the frozen isles like pizza with cooking directions and my sauce on the shelves.

     
  • Alice says:

    I went to Schnucks at Zumbehl 63303 on May 26, 2022. I approached the checkout area after getting a full cart of groceries at approximately 9:30pm, 30 minutes before the store was supposed to close.

    The manager at the checkout lanes told me that the checkouts were now closed and told me to go to self-checkout. I was left to struggle in self-checkout with my full cart of groceries for nearly 20 minutes. This is not the level of customer service I have come to expect from Shnucks. I will be taking my business elsewhere.

     
  • Sparkle says:

    I went to Schnucks on W. Florissant in Jennings this morning to get some flowers. The florist wasn’t in so the assistant manager Trel Davis came up to assist. He didn’t speak and was noticeably irritated. He was very very rude. Basically told me that he could throw something together for me and if I didn’t know what I wanted (because I asked for a catalog) then that was on me! And walked away. He refused to give me his name when I asked for it and tried to turn so that I couldn’t see his name tag. If these are the types of people that you have representing your company name then I’ll gladly take my money to Walmart/Sam’s!!!

     
  • Bruce Henry says:

    So how is an employee suppose to get on the ccc site for employment verification when I can’t even log in due to not having the stores pin number

     
  • C. CobbFritz says:

    That’ Schnucks. Sorry, voice to text:(

     
  • C. CobbFritz says:

    I often shop at snooks at Cross Keys in Florissant Missouri. The store is entirely too small for the service area. Lines are long and backed up around the store the store is cramped. The floors are dirty. And we really need expansion out here. I don’t think enough attention is given to the cleanliness of the store. Or the presentation of it. I would like to see higher quality services offered out here In our North County area. Stop by and take a look at the conditions, I think you’ll agree.

     
  • Kevin McConnell says:

    My SSDI benefit hits my bank on 2/3/22, once it does I will come in and clear my “rewards”, then I will be driving to Florissant Dierbergs because Schnucks is out of Dark Pumpernickel more times than not, and with all the hot sauces you do stock, I have to drive 15 minutes minimum to find the brand I like, Valentina. Which I can always find at an ethnic food store.
    Is it that Schnucks just dislikes Hispanics that Valentina ISN’T one of the dozen or so hot sauce choices!

    As for Dark Pumpernickle, I don’t know how many loaves the bread man puts on the shelf, but seeing as how the shelf is always empty you will never sell more than whatever the driver puts on the shelf. Unfortunately for you I know how the bread business works, so I know it’s just a matter of your Ferguson store manager only knows the books, not how to operate the bidness!!

    The real shame is that I live not even 1.5 miles from the store. The Dierbergs is at least 5m from me. But since I don’t have to make extra trips to satisfy my grocery needs it doesn’t cost me more in transportation dollars!!

     
  • Unknown says:

    I will never give my money to Schnucks ever again not only was the clerk rude to me and racist but so was the manager then I called corporate office on the Godfrey Illinois store and the corporate guy was rude and hung up on me this is not how you treat people I cried all day because I couldn’t speak to anyone about my complaints dealing with that company

     
  • Teresa Bell says:

    I have stopped at the store with store manager Tom Collora, the Richmond Ctr. 314-644-0510 several times, usually to purchase Yogurt Parfaits. Each time I have had trouble with this store in one way or another. First, they were out of the Parfaits, offered to make me new ones then told me they couldn’t do it till the next day, then when I asked about them on another trip the customer service sucked, I was treated as if I were an inconvenience to the store, it looked like someone had taken the lids off the cups and ate some of the granola out, I asked someone in Deli to please put a little more granola in the Parfait, they put too much in that I had to knock some out to get the cup to empty it, the last 2 times I have been there the cashiers when asked if they could tape the lids on the containers, used your Schnucks sticker that isn’t long enough to hold anything down. When I asked them if they could use regular tape instead I was told that was all they had they weren’t allowed tape.
    This store is in a convenient place for me to shop, but the service really sucks. The store in St. Charles, Mo is very far for me to go to, but if it means I will be treated nicely I will go. At least they have better service and tape to put on the lids. If you won’t allow the lids to be sealed, why don’t you at least let the cashiers have some tape? As much as I like the Parfaits I am ready to just stay away from your stores. I have gone to the one in St. Charles several times and if they are out of them they will make some for me, they use tape at the register, real tape, and the customer service is far better.

     
  • Keith says:

    Just shopped at your DeKalb Il. Store. Checkout people there are always friendly and helpful. This morning that was not the case. Checkout girl was rude and what I would call down right aggressive. She had no name tag but I would describe her as a very short black girl with what appeared to be numbers tattooed down the left side of her neck. Next time I will make sure to avoid this person who,in my opinion,should not be working check out.

     
  • Noel says:

    Talked to customer service about sale items not priced correctly, about how as a handicapped person I was told to walk to the furthest register to check out when one right in front of me was open (young man just did not want to check an elderly handicapped person out.

     
  • Gail says:

    Just bought some fried chicken from the Collinsville deli.What a waste of money.It was hard, dried out. And it was even just fried. Shame on your company for lack of quality control. Won’t be shopping at the deli at Schnucks anymore.

     
  • Jay says:

    Get rid of the aisle labrynths already. COVID is not that big of a deal and this does nothing to help with that anyways.
    Going to shnucks in those narrow mazes makes me paranoid of an active shooter or a fire breaking out. It has great potential for danger. I WILL NOT SHOP HERE ANYMORE. Thanks instacart

     
  • Betty Dickneite says:

    When will knife sharpening start up again in stores?

     
  • Betty Dickneite says:

    Question

     
  • Cindy Vazquez says:

    When will the doors go back to normal? Dierbergs opened all theirs last month.

     
  • James Zurbriggen says:

    I will not shop this over priced store again
    Service is everything and you service desk has been closed for 9 months i was told what stores i could go to if i need customer service i also did my shopping at the other store
    Thanks for wasting my gas and time and im sure your competitor appreciate your referral and my business

     
  • Valerie Barnes says:

    I’D LIKE TO KNOW WHAT ON GOD’S GREEN EARTH MAKE YOU ALL SELL THE PHARMACY DEPT TO CVS IT IS A TOTAL MESS

     
  • Rich Neukirch says:

    When are you going to open your 24hour stores back up, like Butler Hill &I55. This store fits my schedule at about 3:30-4am. I don’t want to go to Walmart but will have to soon unless you open the doors 24/7. Please contact me! 314/960/9275

     
  • C W Sibert says:

    Shame on your Springfield Illinois store for telling employees they can’t wear masks to protect themselves. Customers are coming in with them on and I feel it would reassure them not scare them.

     
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