Where is Trader Joes Corporate office Headquarters

Trader Joes Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 800 S Shamrock Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 626-599-3700
  • Fax Number: 626-301-4431
  • Email: support@traderjoes.com
  • Number of Employees: 38000
  • Established: 1967
  • Founder: Joe Coulombe
  • Key People: Dan Bane

Trader Joes Headquarters Location & Directions

Trader Joes Headquarters Executive Team



Daniel T. Bane

Chairman & CEO

Bryan Palbaum

President & COO

Micheal Krause

Regional Vice President

About Trader Joes, History and Headquarters Information

If you are looking for an online convenience store that offers the best and most delicious snacks, you can first check out Trader Joe’s which is originally Trader Joe. This convenience stores started from a humble beginning, but they are now making it big. That is thanks to their healthy products that are only made with equally healthy ingredients.

In their convenience stores, you can purchase great dietary lists like their gluten-free delicacies, their kosher sweets, and their vegan products. You can also find their headquarters Monrovia, California, United States. As of now, they already have 474 stores, thus there is a good chance you are close to at least one of them.

One thing that Trader Joe’s is proud about is their effort to offer only affordable products. They want to make sure their prices are hard to beat by their competitors. And to do that, they directly buy from their competitors.

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  • Kirt Robinson says:

    I want to praise one of your employees, Doug Haipt, who presented himself as an outstanding Good Samaritan during my family’s time of need.

    While on a camping trip quite a ways off the beaten path, I blew a tire with my wife and 5 year-old daughter in the car. I was surprised to find that my wife’s SUV did not have the necessary tools to replace the flat with a spare, and it was growing dark on a road with little to no traffic even during the day.

    To our great fortune, Doug arrived well-prepared with the tools we needed to get back and track and safely to our campsite a few miles down the road.

    I cannot thank Doug enough for his assistance, and if possible, I hope he can be commended in an official capacity through your company’s leadership.

    Thank you, and all the best.

  • Sue mitchell says:

    Please come to Las Cruces New Mexico. We have to drive 4 hours to shop in either Albuquerque or Tucson. We have a larger population than Santa Fe. Please. Please

  • John Porter says:

    Please open a store in Wareham, Massachusetts. I think it would be an excellent location for you as the interstate bringing people from Connecticut and New York and the interstate bringing people from Boston and other points north meet before coming onto Cape Cod. I and my family would love to have a store there as we live just a few miles of that location. At present our closest Trader Joe’s store is at least half an hour’s drive away.

  • Eric says:

    First, compliments to the staff and management at your Hastings Ranch store in Pasadena for the generally high quality of their response to the Covid-19 situation.
    Second, would you please consider providing two-handled shopping bags made of MATER-BI as an alternative to your traditional brown paper bags and the environmentally harmful plastic bags I recently received. Similar to the well-intended but flimsily made little green bags in the fresh food section of your stores, the larger, sturdier models are made using NON-GMO corn starch, and they are FULLY BIODEGRADABLE AND COMPOSTABLE. Every grocery store in Italy offers them. Providing this service to both your customers and the environment surely would benefit Trader Joe’s reputation in the community.

  • B Golden says:

    Trader Joe at lakeshore in oakland ca has guy “cleaning” carts and greeting people with NO mask. I’ve reported this several times and no correction.
    I hope you will intervene. The facecoverings are mandated and the managers seem to think this is not a problem.
    Sad situation. He touches every cart in the morning and seems to greet each customer with no mask

  • Rhonda cerv says:

    Thank you for not folding on your values and letting that high school student, vying for brownie points, sway who you are. Totally love your products and store. Please remain true and we will continue to support you💕

  • UIRE says:

    I am writing to let you know one of your stores is operating very carelessly during this Covid 19 Pandemic. This store is in Corona, Ca. in the Dos Lagos shopping center. Yesterday I went to the store with my daughter expecting to see that the store was being operated as safely as the ones I’ve visited in San diego County. I was relieved to see a sign at the entrance stating masks are required in this store. I had not gotten very far into the store when I started noticing how many people were not wearing a mask at all or had it covering only half of their face. I became nervous and made every effort to stay away from these people. Then I noticed that in certain aisles of the store there were literally clustered of people who did not know each other in front of certain sections. They were not maintaining 6 feet of distance and were even touching shoulders as they reached for a product. I expected an employee to come along and break up these clusters and even ask people to put on masks but this never happened. I decided to check out and get out of there because I am one of those people with underlying conditions. As I got to the check out lines the first thing I noticed was a family of three checking out with no masks on at all. Even worse, the checker who was checking them out had her masks only partially on. It was not covering her nose. People in lines were not maintaining a 6 foot distancing and no one was reminding them to do so. When I got to the front of my line I expressed my concern to my checker. I asked to speak to the manager. I pointed out to the manager how many people were in the store and how many were not wearing masks. I also pointed to the checker that had her mask half way on. He informed me there was nothing he could do. I reminded him that California State law REQUIRES that all people out of their home, especially in stores etc, must have on a mask and employees must wear a mask at all time while waiting on customers. The manager interpreted “REQUIRED” as “wear a mask if you want to”. He obviously didn’t understand the California laws regarding mask. If the Health Department had visited this store at the time I was in it, they would have shut it down. It was the most unsafe environment I have been in since this virus started. I am very disappointed that a store I mentally connect in my mind as being healthy doesn’t care about their employees or customers. They should remove the sign that says customers must wear a mask because it’s not true and gives people who are especially at risk a false sense of security until they get in the store and it’s too late. I will not be going back.

  • James V Polizzi says:

    I just read a column (powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/07/trader-joes-mans-the-ramparts-after-all.php) explaining your corporate rationale/decision not to rename/rebrand any of your products based on an online petition.Hooray for you!As a retired Marketing/Advertising exec, I admire your earlier strategic decision to brand products with reference to the ethnic foods they represent — a savvy understanding of your customer base. I admire even more the non-controversial success you’ve had with that strategy for many years.But today, I admire most of all your refusal to abandon this successful and harmless strategy because a few people erroneously view the strategy as  (racist????).It seems that there is a very small percentage of people who seek to change what they believe are unacceptable practices. On many levels (Marketing, customer loyalty, sociological trends, USA business culture) you are to be congratulated — stand firm( Not like Land O Lakes/Aunt Jemima/Uncle Ben’s/etc — BTW won’t the supermarket shelves be LESS diverse with these marketing icons removed)?Jim Polizzi

  • Tom VO says:

    I’m 70. I live in Bend Oregon. I too am happy that Trader Joe’s opens early for the elderly to shop more safely. But really, what’s the point? I went in today to find all the staff wearing masks, except the checkers who were wearing face shields. When I asked the manager about it, he said the Governor’s office just started allowing it. Sorry TJ’s, it’s allowed, it’s not a mandate. You didn’t have to do it. It is NOT a safe practice. I have shopped at your stores since you opened. I won’t be shopping there again until we have a vaccine.

  • Elaine Jesmer says:

    Where are the scallion pancakes??? I’ve been told for the past 3 weeks that they’re “on hold”. Please get them off hold. Please!!! I have chickens and eat a lot of eggs. My go-to meal is eggs and shiitake mushrooms on top of a scallion pancake. So what’s going on???

  • Marie Frois says:

    Dear Trader Joe’s Executive Team,
    I hope you will be as impressed with your personnel as I am right now! I live in the New Orleans area but have been in the Houston area since March due my husband’s (Eddy’s) recent cancer diagnosis. Since he is undergoing chemo with a compromised immune system and the pandemic, I have voluntarily quarantined myself in an effort to keep him safe. Unfortunately, the side effects of chemo have affected his appetite a great deal of the time, so I am always asking him what would he most like to eat. His response is Trader Joe’s Shredded hash browns. There are no personal shopping groups that offer their services for Trader Joe’s so I have been unable to provide him with the one food item he really wants. I know this does not seem like a big deal but trust me, dealing with cancer puts everything into perspective. I called your store at 2922 S Shepherd Drive Houston, Texas and spoke to a delightful young lady, Kaleigh. I told her my dilemma and was simply inquiring as to any other choices I had to obtain this item without physically entering the store. She, without hesitation, asked me what I wanted and told me she would come outside to bring the items to me and handle my payment as well without me even leaving my car. I arrived the next day only to be welcomed with my hash browns but also surprised with two other bags of delicious items picked by Kaleigh and Andrew. There was also a bouquet of fresh flowers which happens to be one of my favorite things in the world! I was so touched by their kindness and generosity that I began to cry. I believe they are a perfect example of the caring spirit Trader Joe’s crew members exemplify to the public! You should be very proud of their efforts! With sincere appreciation, Marie Frois

  • Lee says:

    WTF is wrong with Trader Joe’s Corporate??? WHY would you give in to some dumb ass high school spoiled lib kid from California to change names on the foods you sell??? WHY??? Why would you give into that, giving up another one of your American Rights…One at a time!! I f he and his little libtard friends dont like the names tell em to shop somewhere else…WHERE THE HELL DOES THIS STOP??!! TRADER JOE’S…. DONT CHANGE ANYTHING….DONT GIVE IN TO THESE LITTLE SH**TS….PLEASE!!!!!!!

  • Derinda says:

    NO governor has legal authority to create a law. I urge you to look at this. I was refused entrance for not wearing a mask.

  • Janet Buckley says:

    I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation for the Staff at the TraderJoe’s in Hermosa Beach. As a senior, I have greatly appreciated the senior hour for shopping. I am always greeted with a smile and a helpful guide to the many ready sanitized carts. Even though the store is not crowded, most all check out lanes are open. Staff members are working hard stocking shelves but always ready to stop and be helpful. At checkout, workers are friendly, kind and competent. I just want you and them to know that I do not take this level of excellence for granted and I greatly appreciate it. Trader Joe’s is a great company for its product line, employees, prices, and approach to customer service. Many thanks!
    PS Thanks for putting the pie crusts back in boxes that fit in my freezer!

  • ivy says:

    For me it’s no longer the friendly fabulous food store but TRAITOR JOE’S. I am extremely fed up with your Gestapo tactics and lines and chalk X’s on the ground. For God’s sake will you stop this nonsense. I was flagged by the warden at the door and an arrogant manager came out to tell me I have to wear the mask. I cannot wear a mask and was told my American with Disabilities Act mask exemption was a false document. I will take my dollars elsewhere as obviously there was a ‘memo’ to management to refuse entry to people who cannot breathe properly with a mask. You corporate criminals are being played like a frigging fiddle with this unconstitutional policy. Just stop it and let the grownups in the room conduct their business like free human beings.

  • Michelle Mitchell says:

    First of all I want to say I love Trader Joe’s, the products , the food items, the people that work there are fabulous! But, you need to do something more than this standing in line specially for handicap people! And it’s hard to try to get there between 8 and 9 a.m. in the mornings because it’s very difficult physically just to get up and move around and the time I get to the store there is a long line! I have not shopped at Trader Joe’s for quite some time since you started having to wait in line and when I drive by and see a line I don’t even bother to stop, I just can’t physically do it. On May 14th I went to your Folsom Boulevard Sacramento California store to stock up on items I can only get at your store items that have much better flavor than the products at other stores.
    I parked in the handicap right in front and was told to get in line upon arriving I was told to walk a several feet down to stand in line for who-knows-how-long. By the time I got in the store I was in such searing pain with my knee and my back! I’ve had two knee surgeries and I’m waiting for my third because they botched it. I am not a senior citizen and I refused to sit in those electric carts not only are they very uncomfortable and hard on my low back but getting up and down to get the products that I need is so bad on my knee it makes it worse. So back to Trader Joe’s on Folsom Boulevard Sacramento California, I finished my shopping and by the time I got to the grocery counter I was in tears. I told the checkout people they need to come up with a better plan to accommodate your handicap customers. The people at the checkout counter were so kind and sympathetic they gave me a beautiful bouquet of flowers and they told me please speak to the manager before I leave. I spoke to the manager I cannot remember his name and he was also very sympathetic and told me that whenever I come there to shop just let them know at the front and they will not make me wait in line and they will give me a cart and I can go in immediately. I can’t tell you how good that made me feel. So with that information the following week on May 21st 2020 at approximately 4:20 p.m. I was in Elk Grove and decided to visit your Elk Grove store to pick up some more coconut milk. Upon arriving there was a very long line and I ask for the manager explained my situation and the incident I had the week prior. I told him other manager told me to ask for the manager and that I would be able to go in to the store. He had a very condescending look this manager on him and said with his head tilted to the side like I’m some idiot oh let me get you an electric cart to sit in! I can’t sit in those carts it’s difficult to shop but instead of arguing I went ahead and let him get me the cart but by the time he got back out with the scooter, a few other people got in line that means a longer for me to sit in line on the electrical cart and it’s not only painful on my back but my knee does not want to bend so it’s difficult to sit in those. And then again trying to shop with those… getting up and down when that is putting so much work on my knee bending and straightening it bending and straightening it anyway I felt humiliated! Absolutely humiliated and as soon as I got into the store 20 minutes later I told him to please get me a cart and he looked at me strange and I told him I cannot sit in this and to get up and down is very painful is easier for me to grab a cart and slowly walk the store and get what I need. I’m not going to be humiliated in a store where I choose to take a grocery cart not sit in an electric cart! It doesn’t help me it hurts me!
    So what I’m saying to you is that you need to tell everyone of your managers and they need to train ALL of their staff that when they see someone pulling up in the handicap parking spot to immediately bring them a cart and escort them into the store. I should not have to keep telling this story to every manager with everyone else listening and I get emotional and upset every time I have to do that, then I start crying this is ridiculous you are not accommodating your handicap customers at all! Especially when you discriminate and tell us we’re only allowed in the store between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m.! You need to do better than this Trader Joe’s. Because the next time I have to explain myself to another manager I’m just going to contact a disability attorney who goes after companies who cannot accommodate their disabled patrons.
    Don’t get me wrong because I love Trader Joe’s I have always shopped there for most of my grocery needs if not all of them! But something has to change because it has become a dreadful Excursion for me when I think that I have to go to Trader Joes to get what I need at the expense of feeling humiliated for my disability!
    Thank you for this time and if you would like to contact me my name is Michelle Mitchell

  • T.M says:

    During these times of uncertainty it would be a good thing for Trader Joe’s to open from 8-9 a.m. for the elderly and disabled only. This would limit their exposure to crowds of people fighting over goods.

  • R. S. says:

    When the Trader Joe in Eugene, Oregon stopped carrying the excellent Pastures of Eden feta, I asked the management if it was due to anti-Israel pressure. I was told it was a problem with the distributer. Next I noticed that they stopped carrying Bissli, another Israeli product. Now I see that some stores have been boycotting Israeli products. Siding with those that seek the end of the world’s only Jewish state and safe haven for Jews worldwide. This is anti-Semitism. Please, Trader Joe, do not boycott Israel. Do not side with haters and terrorists.

  • Marlene Smith says:

    I’ve been buying your Cinnamon Croissant Loaf at your stores in Raleigh and Cary, NC. When i couldn’t find it, they said it was no longer available. I am very dissapointed to say the least. Is there any way i can order it and have it shipped to me?

  • Sylvia Horwitz says:

    I have been purchasing Trader Joe’s 5.3 oz. Greek Yogurt Nonfat honey flavor for years — at least 7 cartons each and every week. All of a sudden it’s no longer being stocked. Why? Would you be good enough to please bring it back?

  • Paul Breit says:

    I have a complaint about your company dropping one of the products we have purchased for more years than I can remember. We have loved your “Sparkling Pomegranate flavored Juice Blend and were informed that it would not be available during the winter. However, I went into the San Dimas store today and was informed that the product has been discontinued. We hope that your company will reconsider this decision. It is an excellent product and we have thoroughly enjoyed it.

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