Meijer to open 2 new supercenters in Ohio in May

The new stores increase Meijer's store count to 52 in Ohio.
Sandra Levy
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Meijer is in expansion mode. The retailer will open two new 159,000-square-foot supercenters in Warren and Wooster, Ohio, on May 16. The supercenter will feature grocery staples, fresh produce, a bakery, meat, a deli, a floral area and a garden center.

Other departments will include pharmacy, pets, electronics, toys, sports and apparel. In addition, Meijer Express gas stations adjacent to the new locations will open on April 20.

"We've been so grateful for the warm welcome from area residents so far, and we look forward to providing them another option close to home for groceries and other everyday needs," said Todd Anderson, vice president of the Ohio Region for Meijer. "We know that value and convenience are key for our customers, and we look forward to being able to provide both here in Warren and Wooster."

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There are still select job openings for the new supercenters. The hourly positions will be part- and full-time across various skill sets. Ideal candidates will desire to develop as part of the Meijer team and provide exceptional customer service, the company said. Interested candidates can begin the hiring process by applying online here and searching the specific location. Details for hourly and full-time positions are outlined within the job postings.

Meijer opened its first store in Ohio in 1981 and has invested heavily in the state ever since. The retailer employs more than 11,000 team members statewide at stores and its distribution and manufacturing facilities in Tipp City.  

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