Meijer opens 5 supercenters across the Midwest

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Meijer opens 5 supercenters across the Midwest


Meijer has opened the doors to five of its newest locations.

The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer announced that it officially opened five supercenters across the Midwest.

Located in Manitowoc, Wis.; Sycamore, Ill.; Bad Axe, Mich.; and Brimfield and Lorain, Ohio, each location offers a state-of-the-art shopping experience, the company said.

“These new stores reinforce our ongoing commitment to serving the needs of communities at a time when everyone is looking for a one-stop shopping experience,” said Meijer president and CEO Rick Keyes. “We look forward to providing our customers with fresh options and innovative ways to shop so they can get the items they need while keeping their families safe.”

In each of its new locations, shoppers will be able to utilize its Shop & Scan services, as well as its home delivery and pickup options, which have helped encourage social distancing in the communities it serves.

Shoppers also can expect to find more than 600 varieties of farm-fresh produce, 150 USD certified organic items, a full-service meat department, pharmacy and general merchandise items, beauty care, an expansive baby department, and pet department, the company said.  

Each of the new locations is operating under adjusted store hours and maintaining strict novel coronavirus safety measures, including safety decals on the floor, where customers typically gather, and protective plexiglass shields.

Team members, who also will undergo daily health screenings and temperature checks, are being recommended to wear masks, as well as shoppers.

“Throughout the past few months, our Meijer team members have worked diligently to prepare these new stores amid unprecedented challenges, and for that we are all proud and inspired,” Keyes said. “Our store teams are ready to keep our stores stocked and provide the cleanest shopping environment possible as we work together in the new communities that have welcomed us.”