Meijer Weekly Ad, valid October 14 - October 20, 2018: $3.99 lb Certified Angus Beef Chuckeye Roast; $2.98 Sweet Seedless Mandarins; $.99 lb Fresh All Natural Assorted Bone-In Pork Chops; 10/$10 Dole Classic Romaine or Greener Selection Salad 9-12 oz. or New Star Fresh Spinach 10 oz; 2/$5 Purple Cow Ice Cream; $1.99 Ritz Crackers 8.8-13.7 oz., Meijer Pita Chips 8 oz. or Nabisco ... [ View Ad ]
Meijer Weekly Ad February 18 - February 24, 2018: $1.28 lb Red or Green Seedless Grapes; $1.39 lb All Natural Center Cut Half Boneless Pork Loin or Whole Pork Shoulder Butt; 2/$5 Bob Evans Sausage Roll, Links or Patties 12-16 oz. or Sausage Gravy 13.5 oz.; $3.99 lb Certified Angus Beef Chuckeye Roast; $3.48 Sweet Seedless Mandarins; B1G1 free Viva Paper Towels 2 big rolls or ... [ View Ad ]
Meijer Weekly Ad February 11 - February 17, 2018: $.99 lb Fresh All Natural Assorted Bone-In Pork Chops; $1.28 lb Bulk Washington Fuji, Gala, Red or Golden Delicious Apples or Anjou, Bosc or Red Pears; $5.99 lb Meijer Deli Ham, Turkey, Chicken or Cheese; $4.49 lb Certified Angus Beef Chuckeye Roast; $4.99 DiGiorno Pizza 14-34.2 oz; 2/$7 Frito-Lay Party Size Snacks 13-18 oz; ... [ View Ad ]
Meijer Weekly Ad January 25 - February 3, 2018: B1G1 free All Natural Pork Back Ribs or Pork Tenderloins; $.68 Extra Large Avocados; 2/$4 Fresh Strawberries; $1.88 Large Cantaloupe; $1.99 General Mills Cereal; $5.69 True Goodness Organic Extra Large Eggs; 2/$5 True Goodness Lunchmeat 7 oz. or Canadian Bacon 5 oz.; $2.89 True Goodness Organic Tortilla Chips; B1G1 50% off Eckrich ... [ View Ad ]
Meijer Weekly Ad January 18 - January 24, 2018: $2.49 lb 80% Lean Ground Beef; $.79 lb Family Pack Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs; $1 Red, Yellow or Orange Bell Peppers; $1 Extra Large Avocados; $1 Meijer Canned Fruit 14.5-15.25 oz. or Snack Pack Pudding or Gels 4 pk./3.25 oz.; 2/$5 Purple Cow Ice Cream; $1.88 Quaker Chewy or Big Chewy Granola Bars 6.1-7.4 oz., Betty Crocker ... [ View Ad ]
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Meijer, Inc. is a regional American hypermarket chain with its corporate headquarters in Walker, Michigan, in the Grand Rapids metropolitan area; the facility has a Grand Rapids, Michigan address. Founded in 1934 as a supermarket chain, Meijer is credited with pioneering the modern supercenter concept in 1962. About half of the company’s 200 stores are located in Michigan (Lower Peninsula only), with additional locations in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. Supermarket News ranked Meijer No. 12 in the 2007 “Top 75 North American Food Retailers” based on 2006 fiscal year estimated sales of $13.2 billion.
Meijer is credited with being the first hypermarket store in the US, combining a multitude of merchandise under one roof, though rarely acknowledged as such. The concept of a hypermarket has been credited to stores in Europe, most often Carrefour. This may be attributed to Meijer’s being a regional chain, rather than expanding internationally, and using the term “supercenter” rather than “hypermarket” when they opened the first Thrifty Acres in 1962. Most US hypermarkets were started at later dates. Meijer describes itself as a grocery chain that added general merchandise to their grocery stores in 1962. The Meijers are very private people and would not talk to Forbes for a 1995 comparison to Hypermart USA and Kmart’s American Fare failed hypermarket concepts.
The Portland, Oregon-based Fred Meyer chain (now a subsidiary of Kroger) is unrelated to Meijer. The two similarly named retailers operate similar stores. Fred Meyer’s first multiple department store opened in Portland’s Hollywood District in 1931.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.meijer.com.
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