Where is Stop And Shop Corporate office Headquarters

Stop And Shop Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1385 Hancock St, Quincy, MA 02169, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 800-767-7772
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: service@peapod.com
  • Number of Employees: 82000
  • Established: 1914
  • Founder: The Rabinovitz/Rabb family
  • Key People: Mark McGowan, Paula A. Price

Stop And Shop Headquarters Location & Directions

Stop And Shop Headquarters Executive Team



Paula A. Price

Chief Financial Officer

Mark McGowan

President of New England Division and Executive Vice President of Operations

Stacy Wiggins

Senior Vice President of Operations for Stop & Shop New England

About Stop And Shop, History and Headquarters Information

Based in Quincy, Massachusetts, Stop and Shop was founded by the Rabinowitz family in 1914 as the Economy Grocery Stores Company. After some years, they came up with the new self-service supermarket model. In order to grow their business, they started selling meats, produce, milk, dairy, and some frozen foods in addition to the grocery items they were already distributing. They started growing by leaps and bounds and by 1946, they were owners of 86 stores. People can purchase with their smartphones using SCAN IT! Mobile, which was introduced back in 2010; earlier it was done using a specific handheld device.

Stop And Shop is a supermarket chain that serves customers in the United States. It is a subsidiary of Ahold Delhaize.  It offers meats, seafood, bakery items, prepared foods, and cheeses, as well as meal solutions, such as prepared foods, recipes, cooking tips, and meal planning services. It all started with a corner grocery store that has now expanded to 415 stores in total.

Stop and Shop is a household name and a leader in the retail grocery industry. This supermarket chain is divided into two regional groups: Stop & Shop Metro New York and Stop & Shop New England.

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  • Ruth Metz says:

    I’ve been shopping at the Stop & Shop store in Brick, NJ for a number of years. It has always been my favorite
    grocery store in this area.

    There’s a few comments I would like to make regarding the store.

    1. For some time now, there is a machine called “marty”, I believe, that goes around the store looking for
    “spills or cleanups needed” and then announces the need for a clerk. Marty is always in the way – the
    store is congested enough without another obstacle to impede the shoppers way. Please consider doing
    away with this totally unnecessary nuisance.

    2. Very recently I noticed the absence of Kraft salad dressings from the S&S’s shelf . Another item that seems to be absent from the shelf is B&G pickles. A request was made for these items to be stocked with the Customer Service desk. I wish to continue shopping at S&S, but want “one-stop shopping”.

    Hope these comments will be considered and acted upon.

  • Karen says:

    First off I want to say I enjoy shopping at your stores. I find them clean and the employees always friendly. That being said, what I DO NOT enjoy is being followed around by a creepy robot. I actually turned around and al.ost tripped over the damned thing after reaching for a magazine at the check out. I suffer from severe anxiety and shopping is hard enough with crouds and noise…without having to deal with yet another stressful thing. I’m not a shoplifters. I’m 55 years old. I’m disabled with both knees replaced (hardly a flight risk) and wasn’t even wearing clothing with pockets. Everything was placed in my cart…besides…do you really want to create THIS kind of shopping experience for your customers? I think this is a bit ridiculous. I know I won’t be going back to Dan Fox Drive again….probably not Merill Road either. Not unless I read in the news that Stop & Shop smartened up and got rid of the robots.

  • Nancy Lombardo says:

    My local Stop and Shop Supermarket is on strike and I will not cross the picket line to shop for groceries. I will have to do so to do my banking but that is all I will be doing in your store until an agreement has been reached. Finally if these people have to continue their strike I will have my community pull together and support them as much as is humanly possible.
    You should note that I had been doing the majority of my grocery shopping in your store however this will end until the strike is over and you have given your employees what you originally promised and not a hack job!
    You can put product on the shelves but the people sell your stores. They keep them clean, stocked,and are supper friendly and courteous. Machines DO NOT REPLACE PEOPLE. I do not like the auto checkout but when only buying a few items I do use it in order that others with larger orders do not have to wait for me.

    Nancy Lombardo
    Willimantic, CT

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