After COVID-19 caused delays in rolling out Flashfood to all its stores across the Midwest in 2020, Meijer is on track to complete implementation of the food waste reduction program this year.
The market is focused on bringing a mix of fresh, convenient food and value to customers in the region, and marks the retailer’s first small format store in Metro Detroit.
Meijer, in conjunction with Mann Packing Co., as part of a multi-state recall due to the potential risk of Listeria monocytogenes, is announcing a voluntary recall of select vegetable trays in various weights ranging from 7 oz. to 2 lbs. and broccoli florets served on salad bars at two stores.
In the midst of the Great Depression in 1934, Hendrik Meijer opened Meijer's North Side Grocery in Greenville, Mich. after purchasing $338.76 worth of merchandise on credit.