Albertsons stores list

Albertsons stores list DEFAULT
Store #Store Name AddressShopping CenterCityStZip CodeCountyStore Info/History3304ALBERTSONS503 E. Altamonte DrivePALM SPRINGS CENTERAltamonte SpringsFL32701SeminoleNew store number as of 2015 for store #4304. See store #4304 for the full history of this store, which is one of the final thee Albertsons stores left in Florida. This store will convert to the Safeway name on May 25, 2016.43004301ALBERTSONS2170 GULF TO BAY BLVDClearwaterFL33765PinellasFirst Albertsons to open in Florida on October 9, 1974 under the name Skaggs-Albertsons. Skaggs and Albertsons partnered up in 1970 to build superstores across the SE USA, beginning in Texas. This partnership fell apart in 1978, but the stores continued to operate under the Albertsons name. Closed May 30, 2015 after being in business for over 40 years and lasting three years as one of the final four Albertsons stores remaining in Florida.4302ALBERTSONS3700 4th St NSt. PetersburgFL33704PinellasOpened December 7, 1974. Remodeled and expanded in 1998. One of 49 Stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix closed this store on December 28, 2013 to tear it down and build a new Publix store at the location, which is set to open in late 2014.4303ALBERTSONS483 N. Semoran BoulevardALBERTSONS PLAZAWinter ParkFL32792OrangeOpened late 1974. Relocated to store #4423 in University Park Plaza (3/4 mi south) in 1994. Building sat vacant until 2005 when the Albertsons and adjacent plaza was converted into The Medical Village at Winter Park.4304ALBERTSONS503 E. Altamonte DrivePALM SPRINGS CENTERAltamonte SpringsFL32701SeminoleOpened 1974. Was renumbered to store #3304 after the Albertsons/Safeway merger in 2015. Was one of the last 3 Albertsons stores still operating in Florida before converting to Safeway on May 25, 2016.4305ALBERTSONS2875 University Boulevard WJacksonvilleFL32217DuvalOpened in 1975. One of seven stores sold to Rob Rowe (a former Albertsons executive) when Albertsons pulled out of the Jacksonville area in 2005.This was one of the three stores Rowe sold to Publix in 2007.  Store 4305 was torn down in 2009 for a new Publix, which relocated from an older store across the street. 4306ALBERTSONS3620 1st Street W.CROSSROADS PLAZABradentonFL34208ManateeOpened 1975. Closed approx. 1998. Sat vacant until 2003, when the Shoppers Bazaar Mall, a part of a small flea market chain, moved in. They filed for bankruptcy in 2005 and closed shortly after. Sat vacant again until 2009, when the building was subdivided into a Family Dollar, West Marine, and Hibachi Grill Supreme Buffet.4307ALBERTSONS7117 Merrill RoadDAMES POINTE PLAZAJacksonvilleFL32277DuvalOpened 1975. One of seven stores sold to Rob Rowe when Albertsons pulled out of the Jacksonville area in 2005. One of 4 stores Rowe sold to Publix in 2007.4308ALBERTSONS2770 W Bay DrBelleair BluffsFL33770PinellasOriginally planned to open in 1975, but construction was halted in March 1975 after a local drugstore owner tried to block construction of the store by saying the construction of the new Albertsons violated local zoning laws and would decrease business to his store. The man behind this did literally everything he could to keep this store from ever opening by appealing appeals and going all the way to the federal government to stop construction. After two years of bickering, legal battles and appeals, Albertsons was finally allowed to resume construction in May 1977. Then another lawsuit was filed to stop the construction of this store by the owners of the neighboring property later in 1977, saying the new store would attract too many outsiders and increase traffic. Construction was halted again in late 1977, but this case was dropped soon after and construction resumed again. This store finally opened in 1978. Was one of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4309ALBERTSONS5055 N 9th AvenueALBERTSONS PLAZAPensacolaFL32504EscambiaOpened 1975. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4310ALBERTSONS5524 W Colonial DriveMANDARIN PLAZAOrlandoFL32808OrangeOpened 1975. Closed early 2005 to be one of 11 Florida Albertsons stores converted into Albertsons' new discount format Super Saver (Store #1525). This closed as Super Saver in 2006, when they pulled out of Florida. Store 4310 was later subdivided into an Aldi and DD's Discounts in 2008.4311ALBERTSONS3030 54th Avenue SSEVILLE SQUARESt. PetersburgFL33712PinellasOpened 1976. Remodeled twice in 1988 and 2000. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4312ALBERTSONS3900 66th Street NSt. PetersburgFL33709PinellasOpened 1976. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4313ALBERTSONS4515 S. Cleveland AvenueCLOCK TOWER SQUAREFort MyersFL33907LeeOpened 1976. Closed 2005. Renovated and subdivided in 2006 into Clock Tower Square, a shopping center anchored by La-Z-Boy Furniture and other small stores.4314ALBERTSONS2323 NW 13th StreetALBERTSONS PLAZAGainesvilleFL32609AlachuaOpened 1976. Closed October 8, 2011. Subdivided into a Big Lots that moved from Northside Shopping Center on Main Street in June 2013. The other half is currently vacant.4315ALBERTSONS1925 N. Monroe StreetTallahasseeFL32303LeonOpened 1977. Renovated late 90's/early 2000's. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008, but Publix never moved in to this one because they already had a recently built store a quarter mile to the south. After sitting empty for nearly 7 years, this building this building was subdivided into a Planet Fitness, SkyZone Trampoline Park, and Nagoya Steakhouse & Sushi Restaurant in early 2015.4316(1)ALBERTSONS2999 NW 56th AvenueLauderhillFL33313BrowardOpened 1977 as the first of 2 store #4316s. Closed January 28, 1992. Sat vacant until the late 1990's, when a pastor tried to buy the building to make it a church. The city of Lauderhill didn't want to go for this at first because they wanted another store to take over the building, but the city then decided to let the US Postal Service have part of the building in 1998. Because of this deal, the city decided to give the rest of the building either to the church that originally wanted the building or Nova Southeastern University. The church won. Subdivided into Living Word Community Church and a US Postal Service Carrier Annex in 1998. 4316(2)ALBERTSONS870 Village Oak LaneCOLONIAL TOWNPARKLake Mary (Heathrow)FL32746SeminoleThis store is the second of 2 store #4316s, and a violation to Albertsons store numbering rule in Florida. Opened May 12, 2004 as the second to last new Albertsons to be built in Florida. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. 4317ALBERTSONS258 Azalea RoadMobileAL36609MobileFirst Albertsons to open in Alabama approx. 1977 (the Alabama stores were considered a part of the Florida division). Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Brunos closed here in the mid 2000's. Around 2010, the store was subdivided into a Dollar Tree and Haverty's Furniture.4318ALBERTSONS8701 W Hillsborough AveTown 'n' CountryFL33615HillsboroughThis store opened on May 18,1977, and was one of the 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix would reopen this store in 2010 after some remodeling.4319ALBERTSONS950 East Commercial BoulevardOakland ParkFL33334BrowardOpened 1978. Was one of the last 3 Albertsons stores still operating in Florida before converting to Safeway on May 25, 2016.4320ALBERTSONS7880 113th St NSeminoleFL33772PinellasOpened 1978. One of 49 Stores sold to Publix in 2008.4321ALBERTSONS1401 E. Fowler AvenueTampaFL33612HillsboroughOpened 1978. Closing date unknown. Divided into a school and offices in 2005.4322ALBERTSONS3625 S. Florida AvenueMERCHANTS WALK CENTERLakelandFL33813PolkOpened April 1978. Store destroyed by a large suspicious fire that started in a storeroom where highly flammable drugs and cosmetics were stored in August 1978. Rebuilt at same site and reopened in August 1979. Closed in August 1993. Subdivided in 1994 into Golds Gym, Ben Franklin Crafts, and Books-a-Million. Books-a-Million and Ben Franklin have closed over the years, and the building currently houses Deal$ (old BAM) and True MD (old Ben Franklin) and Golds Gym.4323ALBERTSONS2801 S Orange AvenueTHE MARKET AT SOUTHSIDEOrlandoFL32806OrangeOpened 1978. Closed early 2009. Coexisted with a Publix in the same shopping center for many years. Store demolished in 2012 for a Walmart Neighborhood Market, which opened in early 2013. 4324ALBERTSONS1640 US Highway 19HolidayFL34691PascoOpened May 1978. Closed 1991. Became a Winn-Dixie not long after, which moved from the Holiday Mall, about 1.75 miles away.4325ALBERTSONS5435 Blanding BoulevardJacksonvilleFL32244DuvalOpened 1978. Remodeled early 2000's. Sold off to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores. This is the only Albertsons store sold to Rob Rowe still operating as a Rowe's IGA Market.4326ALBERTSONS8411 Dale Mabry HighwayTampaFL33614HillsboroughOpened 1978. Closed October 8, 2011. Became Citylife Church in Summer 2012.4327ALBERTSONS1181 S University DriveCANAL PLAZAPlantationFL33324BrowardOpened 1978. One of 49 Stores sold to Publix in 2008.4328ALBERTSONS4481 Lake Worth RoadLake WorthFL33461Palm BeachOpened 1978. Closed on October 22, 2009. Became Presidente Supermarket (a Hispanic oriented supermarket) in late 2009. Currently El Bodegon Supermarket.4329ALBERTSONS4525 Mobile HighwayPensacolaFL32506EscambiaOpened 1978. Closed March 11, 2003 and replaced by store #4496 on March 12, 2003, located approx. 2.25 mi. north. This store sat vacant until 2006 when it was torn down for a new Home Depot.4330ALBERTSONS5940 Beach BlvdJacksonvilleFL32207DuvalOpened 1979. Sold to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores. Was one of the last 2 Rowe's IGA Markets operating until May 2008, when it closed. Became Virginia College in Late 2008.4331ALBERTSONS900 South Babcock StreetMelbourneFL32901BrevardOpened March 7, 1979. Closed around 1993. Currently Keiser University.4332ALBERTSONS2201 N. University DriveCoral SpringsFL33065BrowardOpened 1979. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4333ALBERTSONS2381 W. State Road 434SPRINGS PLAZA SHOPPING CENTERLongwoodFL32779SeminoleOpened 1979. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Torn down in 2013 for a new Publix store after Publix had already been operating in this building since 2008.4334ALBERTSONS610 E Brandon BlvdBrandon FL33511HillsboroughOpened 1979. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1526), which closed in 2006. Left half of store became an Aldi in 2008, the right half remains vacant.4335ALBERTSONS5545 N. University DriveUNIVERSAL PLAZALauderhillFL33351BrowardOpened 1979. Closed 1990. Sat vacant for 4 years until it became a KidSource children's store in May 1994. They closed all 3 of their stores in 1996. Entire shopping center torn down in 2000 for South Florida's first Super Target Store, which opened in 2001. 4336ALBERTSONS5544 Atlanta HighwayATLANTA CROSSING SHOPPING CENTERMontgomeryAL36117MontgomeryOpened 1980. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. The Bruno's has also closed as of the 2000's. Currently vacant.4337ALBERTSONS2001 McFarland BoulevardTuscaloosaAL35404TuscaloosaOpened Summer 1980 to coincide with the opening of the adjacent University Mall. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. The Bruno's was rebranded as Belle Foods in 2012, and closed late 2013 in Belle Foods' bankruptcy. 4338ALBERTSONS3825 East Bay DriveEAST BAY PLAZALargoFL33771PinellasOpened early 1980. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4339ALBERTSONS3090 Ross Clark CircleCOLONY SQUARE/
HALLMARK SHOPPING CENTERDothanAL36301HoustonOpened 1980. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Bruno's closed in the late 2000's and became Southern Family Market, which has also closed. Currently vacant.4340ALBERTSONS10340 US Highway 19Port RicheyFL34668PascoOpened June 1980. Closed in 1990 and became a Service Merchandise not long after, which closed with the rest of the chain in 2002. Currently vacant.4341ALBERTSONS2281 SE Federal HighwaySTUART CENTREStuartFL34994MartinOpened 1980. Moved to a larger store (#4382, a former Kroger Florida Choice location) across the street in Regency Square in 1988. Became Shoppers World, a flea market, shortly after. Shoppers World later closed and the store became a Scotty's Hardware in 1994 and remained there until their closure in 2005. Building torn down in 2006 and replaced with multiple small stores as an extension of the shopping center.4342ALBERTSONS1400 E. Hallandale Beach BoulevardHALLANDALE PLACEHallandale BeachFL33009BrowardOpened 1979. Closed Summer 1990. Publix moved into the site on April 27, 1992 as the only supermarket in the area, moving from an older store in the neighboring shopping center, Hallandale Shopping Center.4343ALBERTSONS2010 Apalachee ParkwayTallahasseeFL32301LeonOpened 1981. Closed approx. 2005. Torn down in 2007 for a new Kohl's, which opened on November 11, 2007.4344ALBERTSONS26583 US 19COUNTRYSIDE CENTREClearwaterFL33761PinellasOpened 1981. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix chose not to open a store here, and this store remained vacant until 2011, when it was converted into a Dick's Sporting Goods.4345ALBERTSONS1901 N Military TrailPINE TRAIL SQUAREWest Palm BeachFL33409Palm BeachOpened 1981. Closed February 26, 2009. Two-Thirds of the store became an hhgregg in 2011, with the other third currently vacant.4346ALBERTSONS1590 US Highway 41 BypVENICE MARKETPLACEVeniceFL34293SarasotaOpened Summer 1981. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.4347ALBERTSONS5660 Curry Ford RoadOrlandoFL32822OrangeOpened 1981. One of 3 Orlando area stores purchased by Sedano's, a Miami based Hispanic oriented grocery store chain, in late 2009. Converted to the Sedano's name in early 2010.4348ALBERTSONS1918 Memorial Parkway NWHuntsvilleAL35804MadisonOpened around 1982. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Bruno's later converted this store into one of their Food World stores. Food World closed sometime around 2000, and the building sat vacant until 2010, when it was turned into the Disturbia Haunted Attraction, a seasonal haunted house that only operates around Halloween every year.4349ALBERTSONS4701 Park BoulevardPinellas ParkFL33781PinellasOpened 1982. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4350ALBERTSONS2020 E. South BoulevardMontgomeryAL36116MontgomeryOpened 1982. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. Bruno's later converted this store into its Food World format. Food World closed in 2009 when Bruno's pulled out of the Montgomery market. Currently vacant.4351ALBERTSONS5000 Coconut Creek ParkwayCROSSROADS SOUTH SHOPPING CENTERMargateFL33063BrowardOpened 1983. Closed May 3, 1990. Sat vacant until the mid-2000s when the building was subdivided into multiple stores, including Dollar General and Pump It Up Party Center. 4352ALBERTSONS9020 Bailey Cove Road SEHuntsvilleAL35802MadisonOpened 1983 as the last new Albertsons store in Alabama. Sold to Bruno's in 1985 with the rest of the Alabama stores. The Bruno's closed and later became a Southern Family Markets, and as of November 2010, a Star Super Market.4353ALBERTSONS200 South US Highway 17-92LONGWOOD LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLongwoodFL32750SeminoleOpened 1982. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.4354ALBERTSONS7415 Manatee Avenue W.MANATEE WEST SHOPPING CENTERBradentonFL34209ManateeOpened 1982. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.4355ALBERTSONS2329 Highway 77 (MLK Jr. Blvd.)ALBERTSONS PLAZAPanama CityFL32405BayOpened 1983. Closed November 2006. Right half of store became a DD's Discount in mid-2007, but closed in December 2008. Building currently vacant.4356ALBERTSONS3803 S. Nova RoadPARK PLACE PLAZAPort OrangeFL32129VolusiaOpened 1983. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1527), which closed in 2006. Divided into a Ross Dress for Less and Walgreens in October 2007.4357ALBERTSONS1750 US Highway 1Vero BeachFL32960Indian RiverOpened 1984. Closed June 9, 2012. Plans call for a new Walmart Neighborhood Market to open here in either late 2016 or early 2017.4358ALBERTSONS3701 W. Hillsboro Blvd.DEERFIELD HILLS PLAZADeerfield BeachFL33442BrowardOpened 1984. Closed August 30, 2008. Divided into a Ross Dress for Less and Michael's Arts and Crafts in 2009.4359ALBERTSONS2400 E. Semoran Blvd.PIEDMONT PLAZAApopka FL32703OrangeOpened Fall 1985. Closed June 9, 2012. Became a Hobby Lobby on April 11, 2014.4360ALBERTSONS8030 Pines BoulevardUNIVERSITY MARKETPLACEPembroke Pines FL33025BrowardOpened 1985. Closed February 2010. Became a Western Beef Supermarket (a warehouse style supermarket from the New York City area) on July 17, 2011.4361ALBERTSONS13031 Walsingham RoadWALSINGHAM COMMONSLargoFL33774PinellasOpened 1986. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Publix closed this store in 2016 so it could be torn down and rebuilt as a modern Publix store. The new Publix will open in early 2017.4362ALBERTSONS10105 S US Highway 1TOWNE CENTREPort St. LucieFL34952St. LucieOpened 1986. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1528), which closed in 2006. Later subdivided into DD's Discounts and Bravo Supermarket. Bravo closed approx. 1 year after opening and is now a Save-A-Lot. 4363ALBERTSONS3765 Lake Emma RoadLAKE MARY CENTRELake MaryFL32746SeminoleOpened May 1987. Closed June 9, 2012. Subdivided in late 2013 into a Fresh Market and Ross Dress for Less.4364ALBERTSONS3950 Northlake BoulevardNORTHLAKE COMMONSLake ParkFL33403Palm BeachOpened 1987. Closed 2001 to move 1/2 mile west to store #4454. Store #4364 sat vacant until 2003 when it was subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and Off Main Furniture. Off Main closed in 2008 and became a CompUSA in 2009. CompUSA rebranded to TigerDirect in 2012, and closed in 2015. Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts took over the former CompUSA space in April 2016.4365ALBERTSONS95 US Highway 1JUPITER SQUAREJupiterFL33477Palm BeachOpened 1987. Closed Summer 1990. Became a Publix later in 1990. Albertsons later returned to Jupiter with store #4446 in 1997, 1/2 mile to the west of this store.4366ALBERTSONS35439 US Highway 19 NRIVIERE PLAZAPalm HarborFL34684PinellasOpened August 2, 1989. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4367ALBERTSONS200 State Road 312RIVERSIDE CENTRESt. AugustineFL32086St. JohnsOpened 1988. Sold to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores (St. Augustine was included as a part of that deal). Rowe closed this store in 2007 and leased it to Hobby Lobby.4368ALBERTSONS961 East Eau Gallie BoulevardOCEAN SPRINGS SHOPPING CENTERIndian Harbor BeachFL32937BrevardOpened 1988. Closed 1998. Became a Winn-Dixie in August 1999, which relocated from Indian Harbor Place Shopping Center at the NE corner of Eau Gallie and Patrick Drive.4369ALBERTSONS10500 San Jose Blvd # 36 COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTERJacksonvilleFL32257DuvalOpened 1988. Sold to Rob Rowe in 2005 with the rest of the Jacksonville area stores. Rowe didn't even try to bother opening a store here and immediately sold this location to Publix in 2005, who relocated from an older store across the street.4370ALBERTSONS814 N. Nova RoadHOLLY HILL PLAZADaytona BeachFL32117VolusiaOpened 1988 as part of a redevelopment project for the Holly Hill Plaza. The Albertsons building was built on the site of the plaza's former Pantry Pride store. Albertsons closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1529), which closed in 2006. The building was subdivided shortly after in 2007 for a dd's Discounts, with Aldi filling the remainder of the building in 2008. The dd's store has since closed, and remains empty as of early 2020.4371ALBERTSONS20409 State Road 7MISSION BAY PLAZABoca RatonFL33434Palm BeachOpened November 1988. Closed February 2010. Subdivided into Golfsmith Golf Store and The Fresh Market in early 2011. Golfsmith closed in the late 2010's and has since been replaced with a Five Below and Tuesday Morning.4372ALBERTSONS4840 S Tamiami TrailTHE LANDINGSSarasotaFL34231SarasotaOpened 1988. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4373ALBERTSONS16880 (New) US Highway 441TRI-CITIES SHOPPING PLAZAMount DoraFL32757LakeOpened 1988. Closed October 2011. Became a Hobby Lobby in August 2013.4374ALBERTSONS3838 Britton PlazaBRITTON PLAZATampaFL33611HillsboroughOpened 1989 on the site of a small old Publix store in Tampa's iconic Britton Plaza, famous for its large arch sign. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008, ironically bringing Publix back to the same spot in Britton Plaza 20 years after closing their original store in the same spot. Publix closed this store on March 14, 2015 in order to tear down the old Albertsons building and replace this store with a smaller building built to Publix's standards. The new store opened on December 10, 2015.4375ALBERTSONS9919 W Oakland Park BoulevardSunriseFL33351BrowardOpened March 9, 1994 and is a violation to Albertson's store numbering rule in Florida. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1530), which closed in 2006. Became 24 Hour Fitness in 2008. 4376ALBERTSONS1425 Tuskawilla Rd., Unit 111PROMENADE AT TUSKAWILLAWinter SpringsFL32708SeminoleOpened 1989. Closed June 9, 2012. Became a Hobby Lobby in October 2013.4377ALBERTSONS1965 8th Street NWSPRING LAKE PLAZAWinter HavenFL33881PolkOpened 1988. Closed August 30, 2008. Became the new location of CenterState Bank's Operations Center in early 2015.4378ALBERTSONS950 Blanding BoulevardTHE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTEROrange ParkFL32065ClayOpened 1989. One of seven stores sold to Rob Rowe when Albertsons pulled out of the Jacksonville area in 2005. One of 4 stores Rowe sold to Publix in 2007.4379ALBERTSONS4300 Clarcona Ocoee Rd # 200CLARCONA CROSSINGSOrlandoFL32810OrangeOpened 1990. Closed August 30, 2008. Became River of Life Christian Center of Orlando around 2012.4380ALBERTSONS5371 Ehrlich RoadCARROLLWOOD SQUARETampaFL33625HillsboroughOpened Summer 1997 after construction was delayed for many years (since approx. 1989) due to land acquisition and zoning issues. Closed 2006. Became a Publix in November 2007.4381ALBERTSONS7100 N University DriveFAMILY MART SHOPPING CENTERTamaracFL33321BrowardOpened approx. 1989 in a former Family Mart (southern supermarket chain created and operated by A&P, and based out of Clearwater, FL). This Family Mart closed sometime around 1988. This Albertsons closed on July 30, 2006. Currently subdivided between DD's Discounts and Aldi.4382ALBERTSONS2508 SE Federal Highway (US 1)REGENCY SQUAREStuartFL34994MartinOpened 1988, taking over an either very short lived or unfinished Kroger Florida Choice store. Moved from store #4341 across the street at Stuart Centre. Closed November 6, 1997. Currently subdivided between Stein Mart and West Marine.4383ALBERTSONS4801 Linton BoulevardDELRAY TOWN CENTERDelray BeachFL33445Palm BeachOpened April 19, 1991. Closed February 2010. Left half of store became an Aldi in August 2011 and the right half of the store became a Big Lots in August 2013.4384ALBERTSONS8888 Lantana RoadSHOPPES OF SHERBROOKELake WorthFL33467Palm BeachThis store is a violation to Albertson's store numbering rule. Opened June 9, 2004 as the last new Albertsons store to ever be built in Florida. Closed August 2006 after only 2 years in business. Became an LA Fitness in Fall 2009.4385ALBERTSONS610 Eglin Pkwy NEFort Walton BeachFL32547OkaloosaOpened 1990. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.43864387ALBERTSONS7524 Dr. Phillips BlvdTHE MARKETPLACE AT DR. PHILLIPSOrlandoFL32819OrangeOpened 1993. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008, but Publix did not open a store here until 2013. Coexisted until 2000 with a Gooding's Supermarket (later sold and converted to Winn-Dixie in 2000, who closed here in 2001) located at the southern end of the shopping center.4388ALBERTSONS2553 E Silver Springs BoulevardHILLSIDE CENTEROcalaFL34470MarionOpened October 1992 on the site of a former Sears (Searstown Plaza) store. Closed February 2009. Currently vacant.4389ALBERTSONS3930 SW Archer RoadBUTLER PLAZA WESTGainesvilleFL32608AlachuaOpened June 24, 1992. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Coexists with another Publix store 1/4 mile to the east.4390ALBERTSONS440 N Orlando AvenueWINTER PARK VILLAGEWinter ParkFL32789OrangeThis store is a violation to Albertson's store numbering rule. Opened November 1999 on the site of the old Winter Park Mall. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.43914392439343944395439643974398439944004401ALBERTSONS1921 N. Belcher RoadClearwaterFL33763PinellasFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4102. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4402ALBERTSONS10500 ULMERTON ROAD #800LARGO MALLLargoFL33771PinellasFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4101. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. Was one of the last 3 Albertsons stores still operating in Florida before converting to Safeway on May 25, 2016.4403ALBERTSONS12101 Little RoadTOWER OAKS TERRACEHudsonFL34667PascoFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4100. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4404ALBERTSONS500 East Lake Road STHE SHOPPES OF BOOT RANCHPalm HarborFL34685PinellasFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4103. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4405ALBERTSONS5901 E. Fowler AvenueTERRACE WALKTemple TerraceFL33617HillsboroughFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4106. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. Closed ????. In 2003, this store became a Coca-Cola Enterprises call center. May have been something else between this and Albertson's closing. 4406ALBERTSONS15020 N. Dale Mabry HighwayCARROLLWOOD COMMONSTampaFL33618HillsboroughFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4109. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. Closed April 1, 1993 after only a year and a half in business due to problems with access into the shopping center and intense competition from other grocery stores in the area. Became Tampa Sports, which was later renamed Jumbo Sports, not long after Albertsons closed. Jumbo closed in the early 2000s. In 2003 Albertsons wanted to reopen a store in this space after Jumbo Sports closed, but that plan fell through for reasons unknown. Later in 2003, the building was subdivided into a DSW Shoe Store and American Signature Furniture.4407ALBERTSONS4651 Cortez Road WBRADENTON COMMONSBradentonFL34210ManateeFormer Jewel-Osco Florida store #4104. Opened in early 1992 after Albertsons bought Jewel-Osco's Florida division. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4408**ALBERTSONS1836 W. Lumsden RoadBrandonFL33511HillsboroughSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.4409**ALBERTSONS8315 Sheldon RoadTown 'n' CountryFL33615HillsboroughSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.4410ALBERTSONS1100 N John Young ParkwayTOWN CORRAL SHOPPING CENTERKissimmeeFL34741OsceolaOpened 1993 on the site of a former Zayre store. One of 3 Orlando area stores purchased by Sedano's, a Miami based Hispanic oriented grocery store chain, in late 2009. Converted to the Sedano's name in early 2010.4411ALBERTSONS1012 Buenaventura BoulevardTOWN & COUNTRYKissimmeeFL34743OsceolaOpened 1993. Has a unique round front not seen on any other Florida Albertsons store (this was a ground up Albertsons build). Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1531), which closed in 2006. One of 46 former Albertsons stores across the nation purchased by Ross Stores in 2006. Currently subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and DD's Discount.4412ALBERTSONS80 W Mitchell Hammock RoadALBERTSONS (OVIEDO) SHOPPING CENTEROviedoFL32765SeminoleOpened 1993. Closed February 2010. Currently vacant.4413ALBERTSONS16970 San Carlos Boulevard #10ALBERTSONS PLAZAFort MyersFL33908LeeOpened 1994. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.44144415ALBERTSONS1560 East Silver Star RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAOcoeeFL34761OrangeOpened 1993. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1532), which closed in 2006. Became an LA Fitness in 2008.4416ALBERTSONS820 Palm Bay Road NE #104PALM BAY VILLAGEPalm BayFL32905BrevardOpened 1994. Closed August 2006. Subdivided into an Aldi and Office Depot in 2008.4417ALBERTSONS8833 Tamiami Trail NMARKETPLACE AT PELICAN BAYNaplesFL34108CollierOpened 1994. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4418ALBERTSONS3610 US Highway 27 NSebringFL33870HighlandsOpened late 90's (approx 1997 or so) after a delay in construction. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4419ALBERTSONS1075 Pasadena Avenue SSouth PasadenaFL33707PinellasOpened March 1996 after some delays from the zoning board and area residents concerned about traffic at this intersection. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4420ALBERTSONS230 N Courtenay PkwyHOME DEPOT PLAZAMerritt IslandFL32953BrevardOpened 1994. Closed August 2006. One of 46 former Albertsons stores across the nation purchased by Ross Stores in 2006. Currently subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and DD's Discount (which has since closed).44214422ALBERTSONS3350 E Tamiami TrailCOURTHOUSE SHADOWSNaplesFL34112CollierOpened around 1994 in a former Wal-Mart building (Wal-Mart moved to a new store across the street). One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. The Publix closed in 2014 as part of plans to convert the shopping center into the new home of a Sam's Club.4423ALBERTSONS517 S Semoran BoulevardUNIVERSITY PARK PLAZAWinter ParkFL32792OrangeOpened mid-1994 in a former Xtra Super Food Center, replacing store #4303 .75 mi to the north. Closed August 2009. Currently a part of the Full Sail University campus.4424ALBERTSONS9839 S. Military TrailBOYNTON WEST SHOPPING CENTERBoynton BeachFL33436Palm BeachOpened 1996 on the site of a former grocery store and drug store (not sure which ones) as a way to revitalize the Kmart store and adjoining plaza. Construction of this store was delayed slightly because of not having a left turn into plaza from N. Military Trail. Closed August 2006. Became Burlington Coat Factory in 2008.4425ALBERTSONS311 N Tyndall PkwyCallawayFL32404BayOpened 1996. Not sure of exact closing date, but was around 2000 or so. Currently Callaway Self Storage.44264427ALBERTSONS127 Cape Coral Pkwy WCape CoralFL33914LeeOpened 1997. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4428ALBERTSONS3521 Thomasville RoadVILLAGE SQUARETallahasseeFL32309LeonOpened around 1996 in a Kmart store that closed in the 1994 round of closures. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008. Torn down in 2009 for a new Publix store to replace the one in the shopping center next door. 4429ALBERTSONS2447 N Wickham Road # 100LAKE WASHINGTON SQUAREMelbourneFL32935BrevardOpened June 1996 on the site of A former SupeRx Food and Drug, which was owned by Kroger. Between Albertsons and SupeRx, this site was home to independently owned Cascades Market. The Albertsons closed in February 2010. Subdivided into LA Fitness and Thrifty Produce in late 2013.4430ALBERTSONS6355 W. Sample Road TURTLE RUN SHOPPESCoral SpringsFL33067BrowardOpened 1996. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1533), which closed in 2006. Currently Ross Dress for Less.4431ALBERTSONS1295 S. Missouri AvenueCLEARWATER PLAZAClearwaterFL33756PinellasOpened 1996 on the site of a former Sears (Searstown Plaza) store. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.443244334434ALBERTSONS26841 S Tamiami Trail BONITA BAY PLAZABonita SpringsFL34134LeeOpened 1996. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4435ALBERTSONS7805 Bird Road TROPICAIRE SHOPPING CENTERMiamiFL33155Miami-DadeOpened January 31, 1996 as the first Albertsons in the Miami-Dade region, an area Albertsons had always been hesitant to enter. Built at the site of the old Tropicaire Drive-in and Flea Market. Closed November 30, 2001 with the other Miami area stores. Became Publix on January 31, 2002.4436ALBERTSONS3313 Lithia Pinecrest RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAValricoFL33596HillsboroughOpened 1997. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.4437ALBERTSONS14655 SW 56th StreetMiamiFL33175Miami-DadeOpened 1996. Closed November 30, 2001 with two other Miami area stores. Became Sedanos in 2002.4438ALBERTSONS11750 E Colonial DriveALAFAYA VILLAGEOrlandoFL32817OrangeOpened 1997. Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1534), which closed in 2006. Became Metro 25/7 Gym around 2009, but has since closed.4439ALBERTSONS17171 Pines BoulevardALBERTSONS (SEDANO'S) PLAZAPembroke PinesFL33027BrowardOpened 1996 on the site of the former Hollywood Sportatorium. Closed sometime between 2002 and 2004. Became a Sedanos in March 2004.4440ALBERTSONS10018 Griffin RoadPINE LAKE PLAZACooper CityFL33328BrowardOpened late 1997 or early 1998 on the site of a former Grand Union that closed in the late 1980's when they pulled out of Florida. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4441ALBERTSONS2180 W Nine Mile RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAPensacolaFL32534EscambiaOpened 1996. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.444244434444ALBERTSONS2100 Saxon Blvd.DeltonaFL32725VolusiaOpened 1996 on a site that was originally supposed to be home to a Gooding's Supermarket that was never built. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4445ALBERTSONS14939 N Florida AvenueFLORIDA CROSSING SHOPPING CENTERTampaFL33613HillsboroughOpened 1997 on the site of a former store (not sure what). Closed in 2005 to be converted into a Super Saver (Store #1535), which closed in 2006. Left half of store became Ross Dress for Less in 2008 and right half became Aldi in 2009.4446ALBERTSONS17400 N Hwy A1A AltTHE SHOPPES OF JONATHAN'S LANDINGJupiterFL33477Palm BeachOpened November 1997 as Albertson's second attempt at a store in Jupiter, opening 1/2 mile west of the store closed in 1990 (#4365) at Jupiter Square. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4447ALBERTSONS5450 E. Busch BoulevardKMART PLAZATemple TerraceFL33617HillsboroughThis is a weird one that may have never opened. Opened 1998(?) after Albertsons leased the old Phar-Mor store adjacent to the neighboring (& expanding) Kmart, demolishing it to build a new store at the site. Closed very shortly after, if it ever opened at all. Became a Publix in the late 90's/very early 2000's. The Publix that currently occupies this building has a store number dating back to when this should have opened as an Albertsons around 1998/1999. Either this store never opened as an Albertsons or was one of the shortest lived stores ever in Florida, like store 4467 in Hialeah. The building does have many Albertsons characteristics, and the very distinct former Albertsons liquor store attached to the right of the building.4448ALBERTSONS13401 Summerlin RoadUNIVERSITY CROSSINGFort MyersFL33919LeeOpened 1997. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4449ALBERTSONS9545 Westview DriveMAGNOLIA SHOPPESCoral SpringsFL33076BrowardOpened 1998. Closed around 2003. After Albertsons this store became a Milam's Market for a while, but is now the left half of the store is an Office Depot and the right half is empty.4450445144524453ALBERTSONS7760 Moffett RoadALBERTSONS PLAZAMobileAL36618MobileSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.4454ALBERTSONS4407 Northlake BoulevardNORTHMILL PLAZAPalm Beach GardensFL33410Palm BeachOpened 2001 after being planned to be built since 1996. Closed August 30, 2008. Subdivided in 2010 into Joseph's Classic Market and Home Goods.4455ALBERTSONS21401 NW 2nd AvenueCOUNTY SQUAREMiamiFL33169Miami-DadeOpened around 1999/2000ish on the site of a former Xtra Super Food Center. Did not close with the other Miami area stores in November 2001 because it was right over the Broward/Miami-Dade County line. One of 46 former Albertsons stores across the nation purchased by Ross Stores in 2006. Currently subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and DD's Discount (which has since closed). 44564457ALBERTSONS4000 Honore Ave.PROPOSED SHOPPING CENTERSarasotaFL34233SarasotaSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.4458ALBERTSONS1735 NE Pine Island RoadPINE ISLAND CROSSINGCape CoralFL33909LeeOpened January 1999. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4459ALBERTSONS831 NE 8th StreetHomesteadFL33030Miami-DadeOpened 1998 on the site of the former Campbell Square, a shopping center destroyed by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Closed November 30, 2001 with two other Miami area stores. Became Sedanos in 2002.446044614462ALBERTSONS12981 S Orange Blossom TrailSOUTHCHASE PLAZAOrlandoFL32837OrangeOpened January 1999. One of 3 Orlando area stores purchased by Sedano's, a Miami based Hispanic oriented grocery store chain, in late 2009. Converted to the Sedano's name in early 2010.4463ALBERTSONS8801 Conroy Windermere RoadSHOPPES OF WINDERMEREOrlandoFL32835OrangeOpened Fall 1999. Closed June 9, 2012. Became a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market on March 6, 2013.4464ALBERTSONS3950 Central Sarasota PkwyOAKS PLAZASarasotaFL34238SarasotaOpened January 21, 1999. Closed August 2006. Became a Kohl's on September 28, 2011.4465ALBERTSONS8415 N. Lockwood Ridge RoadUNIVERSITY SQUARE PLAZASarasotaFL34243ManateeOpened October 25, 2000. Closed June 9, 2012. Became Floor & Decor on November 21, 2013.4466ALBERTSONS900 SW Saint Lucie West BlvdCASHMERE CORNERSPort St. LucieFL34986St. LucieOpened May 3, 2000. Closed June 9, 2012. The majority of the building was turned into a Walmart Neighborhood Market, which opened on March 2, 2016.4467ALBERTSONS1630 W 49th StreetWESTLAND COMMONSHialeahFL33012Miami-DadeOpened 2000ish on the site of a former store called The Treasury, which was owned by JCPenney and one of the original supercenter type stores with a full food department, and in some cases, a gas station (the building was huge too). As The Treasury began to close their stores down in the 1980's, many became some of the original Home Depot stores, like this one did. Home Depot moved to a new store next door sometime in the 1990's. After Home Depot closed the building was turned into the Westland Commons shopping center. The Albertsons was built where a part of the original Treasury store was torn down. The Albertsons closed very shortly after, but not mentioned in the article about Albertsons pulling out of the Miami region in November 2001, so it probably closed before then, making it one of the shortest lived Florida Albertsons. Became a Winn-Dixie in August 2003.44684469ALBERTSONS4950 Belle Terre ParkwayPalm CoastFL32137FlaglerOpened 2000. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.44704471ALBERTSONS300 W Lake Mary BoulevardBOULEVARD PLAZASanfordFL32773SeminoleOpened 2000. Closed February 2010. Currently vacant.4472ALBERTSONS2231 E Hillsborough AvenueEASTGATE SHOPPING CENTERTampaFL33610HillsboroughOpened April 2002 replacing some older stores in the plaza as a way to bring new development to this rougher part of town. One of 46 former Albertsons stores across the nation purchased by Ross Stores in 2006. Currently subdivided into a Ross Dress For Less and DD's Discount. 4473ALBERTSONS1566 Bella Cruz DriveSPANISH PLAINES SHOPPING CENTERLady LakeFL32159SumterOpened November 2000. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 20084474ALBERTSONS12031 Southern BoulevardVILLAGE CENTRE SHOPPESLoxahatcheeFL33470Palm BeachOpened in 2001, and closed in February 2010 when Albertsons pulled out of Palm Beach County. In 2011 it was announced the building would become Palms West Charter School, which opened for the 2013-2014 school year. 4475ALBERTSONS9251 University ParkwayUNIVERSITY TOWN CENTERPensacolaFL32514EscambiaOpened 2001. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.44764477ALBERTSONS9005 US Highway 301 NALBERTSONS (PUBLIX) AT PARKWOOD SQUAREParrishFL34219ManateeOpened October 3, 2001. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4478ALBERTSONS22100 S. Tamiami TrailWILLIAMS PLACEEsteroFL33928LeeOpened 2001. Closed October 2009. Entire shopping center became home to Living Waters Church in September 2014.4479ALBERTSONS4835 Immokalee RoadNaplesFL34110CollierOpened 2002. Closed early 2007. Turned into an upscale convention center called Naples International Pavilion in 2010, but closed in 2012. Was expected to become a charter school in 2014 their their contract on the building fell through. Currently in the process of becoming a second location for Oakes Farms Market, a local Naples based farmers market featuring produce, organic items, and fresh foods, and is expected to open in early 2017.4480**ALBERTSONS1500 S. Douglas RoadDOUGLAS GRANDCoral GablesFL33134Miami-DadeSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.4481**ALBERTSONS18600 NW 87th AvenueALBERTSONS (SEDANO'S) PLAZAHialeahFL33018Miami-DadeSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.4482ALBERTSONS10863 Bloomingdale AveBLOOMINGDALE HILLS SHOPPING CENTERBrandon (Riverview)FL33569HillsboroughOpened 2002. Closed October 2009. Became a Walmart Neighborhood Market in 2012.4483ALBERTSONS11601 Bonita Beach Road SEIMPERIAL BONITA PLAZABonita SpringsFL34135LeeOpened Summer 2002. Closed October 2009. Currently vacant.4484ALBERTSONS1101 8th Avenue WPalmettoFL34221ManateeOpened June 4, 2002 on the site of Mr. C's Community Market, which closed in 1998 and was torn down for Albertsons. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4485ALBERTSONS1112 Key PlazaKEY PLAZAKey WestFL33040MonroeOpened late 2001 in a building that once housed a J Byrons Department Store, which was bought by Upton's Department Store in 1996. Upton's closed in late 1999 when they went out of business. This Albertsons closed April 28, 2012 and became a Publix shortly after, coexisting with another Publix 1/2 mile away.4486ALBERTSONS4624 Hypoluxo RoadHYPOLUXO VILLAGE SHOPPESLake WorthFL33463Palm BeachOpened 2003. Closed February 2010. Became a Western Beef Supermarket (a warehouse style supermarket from the New York City area) in 2012.4487448844894490449144924493**ALBERTSONS6516 Caroline StreetSIX FLAGS SHOPPING CENTERMiltonFL32570Santa RosaSee below under Planned/Unbuilt Stores.44944495ALBERTSONS10250 Curry Ford RoadCURRY FORD SQUAREOrlandoFL32825OrangeOpened 2003. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4496ALBERTSONS5998 Mobile HighwayBELLVIEW SHOPPING CENTERPensacolaFL32526EscambiaOpened March 12, 2003 in a former Delchamps supermarket, replacing store #4329 2.75 miles to the south. One of 49 stores sold to Publix in 2008.4497ALBERTSONS1964 W Tennessee StreetCOLLEGE SQUARE S/CTallahasseeFL32304LeonOpened 2003 on the site of a former Winn-Dixie store. Closed February 2009. The right half of the building became a Lucky's Market on November 9, 2016, with the left half still vacant.4498ALBERTSONS1438 Rock Springs RdROCK SPRINGS PLAZAApopkaFL32712OrangeOpened April 2003. Closed June 9, 2012. Currently vacant.4499

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American grocery chain

Albertsons Companies (logo).svg
FormerlyAlbertson's Inc. (until 2006 sale to Supervalu, Cerberus)

Traded as

IndustryRetail / Grocery
FoundedJuly 21, 1939 (82 years ago) (1939-07-21)
FounderJoe Albertson
HeadquartersBoise, Idaho, U.S.

Number of locations

2,253 (December 5, 2020)[3][4][5][6]

Key people

ProductsBakery, dairy, deli, frozen foods, general grocery, meat, pharmacy, produce, seafood, snacks, liquor
RevenueIncreaseUS$62.455 billion (2020)[4]

Operating income

Increase US$1.437 billion (2020)[4]

Net income

Increase US$466.4 million (2020)[4]
Total assetsIncrease US$24.735 billion (2020)[4]
Total equityIncrease US$2.278 billion (2020)[4]
OwnerCerberus Capital Management[7]

Number of employees

325,000 (May 2020)

Albertsons Companies, Inc.[1][2] is an American grocery company founded and headquartered in Boise, Idaho.

With 2,253 stores as of the third quarter of fiscal year 2020 and 270,000 employees as of fiscal year 2019,[3][4][6] the company is the second-largest supermarket chain in North America after Kroger, which has 2,750 stores.[8][9] Albertsons ranked 53rd in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.[10] Prior to its January 2015 merger with Safeway Inc. for $9.2 billion,[11] it had 1,075 supermarkets located in 29 U.S. states under 12 different banners. Its predecessor company, Albertsons, Inc., was reorganized as Albertsons LLC and sold to AB Acquisition LLC, a Cerberus Capital Management-led consortium. After buying back the majority of its former stores it sold to SuperValu in 2006, AB Acquisition announced it would change its name to Albertsons Companies Inc. in 2015.[12] The company's corporate name was Albertson's Inc. until 2002, when the apostrophe was removed.[13]



Albertsons was founded in 1939 by Joe Albertson (1906–1993) on July 21 in Boise, Idaho.[14] An ad in Boise's Idaho Statesman newspaper touted Albertson's first store as "Idaho's largest and finest food store." The store was filled with perks that, at the time, were brand new: free parking, a money-back guarantee, and even an ice cream shop. The original store was built onto several times, but it was demolished in 1979 and a replacement store built on the same property. A brick monument stands on the northwest corner of 16th and State Streets in downtown Boise, commemorating the original store.

The cheese department of an Albertsons in Seattle(1955)

The grocery store was an enormous success, and Albertson reinvested his profits back into the business. New stores were opened in neighboring towns to the west: Nampa, Caldwell, and Emmett, before Pearl Harbor in late 1941. The company grew steadily in the years following World War II. When Albertson was considering putting a new store in a town, he would drive around the town and look for neighborhoods with much children's clothing hanging on clotheslines; he knew that those kinds of neighborhoods were where he wanted to build his stores.

Albertson's, Inc. became a public company in 1959, and its growth continued, opening its hundredth store in Seattle in 1962. in 1964, Albertsons expanded to southernCalifornia by acquiring All American Markets, a small chain based in Orange County.

In 1967, Albertsons expanded into Colorado, acquiring eight stores from Furr's Supermarkets. By the end of the 1960s, Albertsons operated over 200 stores.

Partnership with Skaggs and 1970s expansion[edit]

In 1969, Albertsons partnered with Skaggs Drug Centers, owned by The Skaggs Companies, Inc., to create the first combination food/drug stores,[14] first in Texas. The partnership was a tremendous success for several years. The partnership ended due to the fact that it was getting more difficult to control. Neither partner could buy the other out, and the partnership was dissolved amicably in 1977. Skaggs kept stores in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, and Albertsons kept stores in Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana, as well as some Texas stores (based in San Antonio).[15]

Albertsons continued to expand its base in the West during this time. In 1973, Albertsons opened its first distribution center in Brea, California. In 1974, Albertsons bought the four-store Monte Mart chain in northern California.[16] Albertsons bought Fazio's Shopping Bag in 1978 from Fisher Foods, adding 46 stores in Southern California.

Expansion in the 1980s[edit]

In 1981, Albertsons entered the states of Nebraska and South Dakota.

In 1982, Albertsons reorganized its management into four regions: California, Northwest, Intermountain, and South. Albertsons continued to add stores in the 1980s, building or acquiring about 283 stores during the decade. Albertsons continued to expand in Texas beyond the Skaggs base in north Texas and San Antonio, re-entering the Dallas–Fort Worth market in 1984, and adding three Skaggs-Alpha Beta stores in Austin within months after entering that market in early 1989 with the acquisition of six Tom Thumb stores.

Albertsons built its first fully mechanized distribution center in Portland, Oregon, in 1988.

In March 1989, Albertsons opened its 500th store, in Temecula, California.

Expansion in the 1990s[edit]

Albertsons began to expand heavily in the 1990s.[14] In 1992, Albertsons bought the stores American Stores (formerly Skaggs Drugs Cos.) had in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Florida. Many of the stores had been opened as Skaggs Albertsons originally (later turning into "Skaggs Alpha Beta" under American Stores ownership) but by 1991 had been rebranded as Jewel-Osco. These included a few stores that American Stores opened in the late 1980s under that name in Florida. Additionally, a non-food distributions center in Ponca City, Oklahoma, was purchased from ASC.

In 1994, Albertsons would acquire four stores from San Diego County chain Big Bear Stores.

The Skaggs acquisition was a success, and the new stores were integrated into Albertsons' Southern division. The ease of that acquisition and Albertsons' high-flying stock price led Albertsons to attempt expansion on a grand scale. In a series of acquisitions in the late 1990s, Albertsons purchased Seessel's[17] and 14 other stores from Bruno's,[18]Buttrey Food & Drug[19] (divesting seven Buttrey stores and six Albertsons stores to Smith's and another two Buttrey stores to SuperValu), the Springfield, Missouri Smitty's chain, and three Super One Foods stores from Miner's Inc. in the Des Moines market, all while building new stores across all divisions. These acquisitions brought Albertsons into five new states: Georgia, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, and Tennessee.[15]

The Birth of Albertsons Express Gas Stations[edit]

Albertsons launched a new part of their brand in 1997 - Albertsons Express. The first of the Albertsons Express opened that year in Eagle, ID.[20] This concept wasn't limited to Idaho; it expanded to locations across America located on Albertsons' existing/new stores properties. A few of the locations with Express Gas Stations include Gresham,[21]Hillsboro,[22] and Portland[23] in Oregon; Houston[24] in Texas; and Casper[25] and Cheyenne[26] in Wyoming.

American Stores acquisition[edit]

In 1999, Albertsons made its biggest acquisition yet: American Stores Company, which included the chains ACME in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware; Lucky in California and Nevada; Jewel, Jewel-Osco in Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa, and two drug store chains: Osco Drug, with a presence in New England, the Midwest, Montana and Arizona; and Sav-on Drugs, with a presence in Southern California, Nevada, Western Arizona, and New Mexico. The acquisition briefly made Albertsons the largest American food and drug operator, with over 2,500 stores (including stand-alone drug stores) in 37 states, until Kroger's acquisition of Fred Meyer closed the following month. To make the acquisition, Albertsons was forced by anti-trust concerns to divest 146 stores, primarily in California, Nevada, and New Mexico to Certified Grocers, Raley's, Ralphs, Stater Bros., and Vons. In California, Nevada, and New Mexico, there were already Albertsons stores, so in order to not have two banners in the same area, 508 Lucky stores were converted to the Albertsons banner in November 1999, and the Lucky brand name was retired.[27]

In January 2001, Albertsons restructured its "districts" to a divisional structure mostly based around distribution centers, with a drug store division and 18 regional division offices.[28]

2001–2004 restructuring[edit]

On July 18, 2001, Larry Johnston, the new chairman and CEO of Albertson's, announced it would close 165 "underperforming" stores spread across 25 states, cut jobs, and reduce its newly created operating divisions. The first change was that the Utah, Idaho, and Big Sky (Montana) division were merged back into Intermountain, while Oregon, Washington, and the Inland Empire (eastern Washington and Northern Idaho) division would be consolidated back into a single Northwestern division. Albertsons sold its freestanding Osco Drug stores in the northeastern states to Jean Coutu Group, a Canadian drug store company (those stores were re-branded as Brooks Pharmacy after the sale was completed in January 2002). In 2001,[29] the short-lived Des Moines stores would close as well[30] and Albertsons began to issue Albertsons Preferred Savings Cards for all of its stores.

The following year, three more divisions were closed entirely:

  • San Antonio: Having been in San Antonio since the Skaggs Albertsons days, at the time Albertsons was ranked as the area's number two grocer by market share, compared to H-E-B's top position in the market. At the time of the withdrawal, the 44-store H-E-B chain held a commanding 61 percent market share, while Albertsons held a 15 percent market share. Albertsons had held the third position at the time Kroger exited the market in mid-1993 when it closed its 15 area stores. Then, H-E-B's 37 area stores held a 43.2 percent market share, Kroger's 15 area stores a 13.7 percent share, and Albertsons' 10 stores a 13.1 percent share. The remaining stores in the San Antonio division, primarily in the Austin area, became part of the Dallas division.[31] The last store in South Texas to close, a store in Victoria, Texas, was closed in October.[32]
  • Mid-South: In 2002, Albertsons shuttered its Mid-South division by selling its Seessel's supermarket chain in Memphis to Schnucks and stores in Mississippi to Brookshire's. The stores in the Nashville area, most of which were former Bruno's stores, were sold to Publix.[33]
  • Houston: After entering the market in the early 1990s, the troubled Houston division would be gone too, with Albertsons closing its 43 area stores, with most reopening as Kroger or Randalls (acquired with Safeway in 2015 and subsequent return to Houston), with 2 of them becoming H-E-B stores. The Louisiana stores from that division joined the Florida division (though they would move to the Dallas division soon after), while the stores in the Bryan–College Station area became part of the Dallas division.[31] The Greater Houston distribution center near Katy, built in 1996[15] was sold to 99 Cents Only Stores in 2003.[34]

Additionally, the distribution center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, (home of the Great Plains division) was sold to Fleming Companies, though no stores were closed.[35] The Great Plains division stretched all the way into Omaha, Nebraska.[36] The sale of the distribution center included a distribution deal for Fleming to continue to supply Oklahoma and Omaha.[37]

After stabilizing the company's finances and consolidating divisions, in 2004, Albertsons acquired Shaw's Supermarkets and Star Market from Sainsbury's for $2.5 billion.[38] Albertsons also purchased Bristol Farms for $135 million.[39] During the same time, Albertsons exited the markets of Omaha, Nebraska,[40] where it closed or sold 21 stores, and New Orleans, Louisiana, where it closed seven, selling four to A&P, which converted them to Sav-A-Center.[41]

A typical Albertsons in Boise, Idaho, in June 2007 (Store #162)

Sale to Cerberus and SuperValu[edit]

Despite this, the acquisition spree had caused significant problems for Albertsons, Inc. Many of the acquired chains had systems that did not mesh well with Albertsons. Financing those acquisitions required Albertsons Inc. to take on significant debt. Added to those problems were significant changes in consumer buying patterns, including new competition from large discounters such as Walmart and Costco that impacted sales.

After several assessments of the company and months of rumors, it was announced on January 23, 2006, Albertsons, Inc. was to be sold to a consortium of companies. SuperValu would take the bulk of the company including the brand names and what was considered to be the stronger divisions, including the Albertsons divisions of Southern California, Northwest, and Intermountain, as well as the ACME, Bristol Farms, Jewel-Osco, and Shaw's Supermarkets and Star Market brands.[42] This acquisition would also lead to SuperValu gaining access to over 100 Albertsons Express fuel centers.[43]

CVS would acquire 702 stand-alone Osco and Sav-on Drug stores (closing about 100 of them) and converting them to CVS/pharmacy stores.

What was left of Albertsons Inc. became Albertsons, LLC,[44] purchased by a Cerberus-led group of investors, and CVS Pharmacy. The acquisition was completed on June 2, 2006, with the Cerberus-led group (who also included Kimco Realty Corporation, Schottenstein Stores Corp., Lubert-Adler Partners, and Klaff Realty). They held Albertsons LLC as "AB Acquisition LLC". Albertsons LLC included 661 stores and the distribution centers and offices from five of Albertsons divisions. These five divisions were thought to be Albertsons' five weakest divisions, and conventional wisdom in the industry was that the stores would eventually be closed or sold to other operators.

As of June 2, 2006, the company's retail stores were divided as follows:

  • SuperValu had acquired 1,124 stores in the deal, including:
    • ACME (134 locations)
    • ACME Express, Jewel Express, and Albertsons Express (107 fuel centers)
    • Albertsons (564 locations in Southern California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming) – New Albertsons Inc. (later sold to Albertsons LLC)[45]
    • Bristol Farms (11 locations)
    • Jewel and Jewel-Osco (198 locations)
    • Lazy Acres (1 location)
    • Max Foods (4 locations) (3 converted into Lucky, 1 became Albertsons in July 2006)
    • Osco Pharmacy and Sav-on Pharmacy (906 in-store pharmacies)
    • Save-A-Lot (2 stores franchised by Shaw's)
    • Shaw's (169 locations)
    • Star Market (20 locations)
    • Distribution centers (11 centers)
  • CVS acquired all (approximately 702) of the stand-alone Osco Drug and Sav-on Drugs rebranding them all as CVS Pharmacy, though they closed approximately 100 of the acquired stores. Many CVS locations were close to Sav-on stores. CVS also acquired one distribution center.
  • The Cerberus-led Albertsons LLC retained:
    • Albertsons (655 locations in Arizona, Northern California, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wyoming – Albertsons LLC)
    • County Line Liquors (1 location)
    • Grocery Warehouse (1 location)
    • Jewel-Osco (2 locations)
    • Max Foods (2 locations)
    • Super Saver Foods (23 locations, 21 closed in late 2006)

Following the sale, Albertson's, Inc., was removed from the NYSE. Albertsons LLC was technically the successor company to Albertsons according to SEC filings[46] but it was New Albertsons Inc. that assumed most of the debt, got most of the property, and transitioned Albertsons stock into SuperValu stock.

The five Albertsons Inc. divisions that remained as Albertsons LLC were the Dallas/Fort Worth division (Texas excluding El Paso, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas), the Rocky Mountain division (Colorado, Wyoming (excluding Rock Springs and Jackson stores), Nebraska, and South Dakota), the Southwest division (Arizona, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas), the Florida division (Florida), and the Northern California division (northern California and northern Nevada). Albertson's LLC has concentrated on rebuilding market share and its store base in its strongest areas and divesting stores and other property in its weaker areas.

On June 6, 2006, only one week after Albertsons LLC was created, the company announced its intent to close 100 Albertsons stores by August 2006, including all but two Super Saver stores.[47] Those closures were spread across all five divisions. Soon after, the company announced that it would be shutting down its online delivery service on July 21, 2006.[48] To distinguish the two companies, Albertsons LLC created a second website,

A leaner company[edit]

In November 2006, it was announced that the Northern California division, consisting of stores located in northern California and northern Nevada, would be sold to Save Mart, with the deal closing in February 2007.[49] The company gradually converted all the stores to its Save Mart banner over summer 2007, except for stores in the San Francisco Bay area, which were rebranded as Lucky.[49][50] The deal included two Northern California distribution centers. Most of the Albertsons locations had originally been branded as Lucky before Albertson's 1999 purchase of American Stores.[49]

Most of the changes in the next six years would downscale the remaining divisions. In the Dallas–Fort Worth division, in 2007, the distribution center was sold to Associated Wholesale Grocers,[51] and Albertsons would exit both Oklahoma[52] and Austin.[53] The Oklahoma stores were sold to Associated Wholesale Grocers associates while the Austin stores were sold to H-E-B. With the closures, only four stores south of the Dallas–Fort Worth area existed in Texas, all of which were closed or sold by December 2011. Additionally, many of the Dallas–Fort Worth stores closed during this time,[54] even into 2011.[55]

A typical Albertsons-Savon store in Dallas, Texas, in October 2005 (Store #4297). This store was later sold as part of FTC-ordered divestment, and later became Minyard Sun Fresh Market, but has since closed.

The Florida division, which was always discontiguous with Albertsons' main market, suffered a blow in June 2008 when Albertsons LLC entered into an agreement with Lakeland, Florida-based Publix stores to sell 49 Florida Albertsons locations to the chain. This included 15 stores in Northern and Northwest Florida, 30 locations in Central Florida, and four locations in South Florida. The sale was completed in September.[56] In April 2012, the company closed most of its stores in Florida.[57][58] The Plant City distribution center was sold to Gordon Food Service[59] though the Florida Division continued to be located there. By April 2012, only four stores remained in the entire state of Florida.[60]

The Rocky Mountain division slowly shed stores.[61][62][63] By April 2007, there were only 32 stores left in the state of Colorado.[64] In December 2007, SuperValu acquired the eight remaining Wyoming locations from Albertson's LLC not already owned by the company. These stores continued to operate under the Albertsons banner.[65] 2008 also brought the sale of Albertsons' lone South Dakota and Nebraska stores to Nash Finch.[66] In August 2009, the distribution center and division office closed and the 26 remaining stores moved to the Southwest division.[67]

Only the Southwest division was spared the major cuts suffered by the other divisions. On June 12, 2007, Albertson's LLC agreed to acquire all Raley's locations in New Mexico. The acquisition includes one closed and eight operating stores in Albuquerque and one store in Taos, thus doubling Albertsons store base in the Albuquerque region.[68]

In June 2007, Albertson's LLC decided to discontinue its Preferred Savings Card Program, choosing instead offer discounted items to all of its customers.[69] In September 2007, all Albertsons stores in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and Florida markets began collecting their Albertsons Preferred Savings Cards.[70]

End of the First Generation of Albertsons Express[edit]

Beginning in 2008, Albertsons began exiting the fuel business, selling 72 of over one hundred Albertsons Express gas stations to Valero Energy, which converted most of them to Corner Store locations.[71] This wouldn't be the end though, as many Express stores still remained including Cheyenne, WY.[43] It wouldn't be until 2011-2013 that most of the Albertsons Express locations were divested under the Supervalu company. Even then, some locations including Hillsboro still displayed Albertsons Express banners.[22]

New Albertsons acquisition[edit]

While Albertsons LLC had restored its stores to profitability, SuperValu's New Albertsons Inc. had done poorly. While SuperValu did remodel many stores and open a few new stores, New Albertsons had shrunk. Of the 1100+ stores SuperValu acquired in 2006, less than 900 remained by 2013.[72] Under SuperValu, Bristol Farms had been sold off,[73] 36 Utah stores were sold to Associated Food Stores (leaving just three traditional Albertsons stores in the state),[74][75] the Wisconsin Jewel-Osco stores had been sold or closed,[76] as well as the Shaw's stores in Connecticut.[77] Additionally, like Albertsons LLC, most of the fuel stations had been shuttered or sold to other operators.[78]

On January 10, 2013, it was announced[79] that SuperValu was selling New Albertsons (Albertsons, ACME, Shaw's/Star Market, and Jewel-Osco, though they had previously sold off Bristol Farms in 2010) to Cerberus Capital Management. The deal was closed in March 2013.[12] On February 23, 2013, AB Acquisition announced it would split operations of the newly combined company into eight divisions: Northwestern, Intermountain, Southern California, Southern, Jewel-Osco, ACME, Shaw's, and Southwestern, and in March 2013, the deal was officially closed. On paper, Albertsons LLC controlled the Albertsons-branded stores and New Albertsons Inc. controlled ACME, Shaw's/Star Market, and Jewel-Osco, but it was operated as one company.

On June 11, 2013, Albertsons announced its plans to merge its duplicate websites, social media accounts and mobile apps onto one of each kind, ending the use of the Albertsons Market branding (though this was never used on store exteriors) and[80] While its website consolidation appeared to take place as expected, its applications received bad reviews[81]—but the biggest consequence was the mistaken deletion of their previous Facebook page and loss of over 200,000 fans. While no details were given as to the mistake made, Albertsons simply admitted that while attempting to join their Albertsons page with over 200,000 Likes and their Albertsons Market page with over 80,000 Likes, something went wrong resulting in the loss of thousands of Likes and comments.

That same month, Albertsons did away with the Preferred Savings Card in the former SuperValu stores that Albertsons LLC had dispensed with in 2007.[82] The cards briefly continued in Southern California stores before being discontinued in July 2013.

United Supermarkets acquisition[edit]

On September 9, 2013, the company acquired [83]Lubbock-based supermarket United Supermarkets LLC.[84] On February 4, 2014, the FTC voted 4–0 to approve the deal. The acquisition deal cost Albertsons $385 million and required Albertsons to sell its single stores in the Amarillo, Texas, and Wichita Falls, Texas, markets.[85] The United Supermarkets family brands include Market Street, Amigos, and United Express.[86]

After the deal was finalized, the Albertsons Market brand was revived for Albertsons stores operated by United. The first to be branded as such opened in Alamogordo, New Mexico, in January 2015.

Safeway acquisition[edit]

On February 19, 2014, Safeway began to explore selling itself, and by February 21, 2014, it was in advanced negotiations with Cerberus Capital Management.[87] On March 6, 2014, Cerberus (parent company of Albertsons) announced it would purchase Safeway for $9.4 billion in a deal expected to close in the 4th quarter of the year.[88]

On July 25, 2014, Safeway stockholders approved the merger with Albertsons.[6]

In December 2014, Albertsons announced that the Haggen Company, a Bellingham, Washington, based grocery chain, was buying 146 Safeway, Albertsons and Vons stores, as required by the antitrust review of the merger.[89]

On January 30, 2015, Albertsons officially acquired Safeway Inc. after being cleared by the FTC,[11] thus giving it control of the Safeway store banners, including Randalls, Tom Thumb, Carrs Safeway, Vons, and Pavilions, plus Safeway's 49% share of Casa Ley, a Mexican grocery chain.[90] Following the merger, Albertsons announced the new company would have 14 divisions led by three regional offices.[91]

East Region
North Region
  • Denver Division: North Region, existing Safeway Denver division with some Albertsons stores from Intermountain. Includes stores in most of Colorado (except for the Grand Junction stores which are part of Intermountain, and the Durango stores which are part of Southwest), the eastern two-thirds of Wyoming, all of Nebraska and South Dakota, and Farmington, New Mexico.
  • Intermountain Division: North Region, most of the existing Albertsons division with some Safeway stores from the Seattle Division. Includes all stores in North Dakota, most of Idaho except for the northern panhandle (which is part of the Seattle Division), most of Utah except for the far southern portion (which is part of the Southwest Division), northeastern Nevada, the western third of Wyoming, and stores in the Grand Junction, Colorado area.
  • Northern California Division: North Region, existing Safeway division (based in Pleasanton, CA). Includes stores in northern California and northwestern Nevada.
  • Portland Division: North Region, existing Safeway Portland division with Albertsons stores from Northwestern in Oregon. Includes the entire state of Oregon except for Ontario, plus Clark County, Washington.
  • Seattle Division: North Region, existing Safeway division with some Albertsons stores from Northwestern. Includes all stores in the state of Washington (except Clark County) and in the northern Idaho Panhandle.
South Region
  • Houston Division: South Region, existing Randalls/Tom Thumb division of Safeway, with the inclusion of South's Florida stores and southern Louisiana stores. Tom Thumb moved to Southern Division. Includes stores in Houston and Austin-areas and all Louisiana and Florida stores.
  • Southern Division: South Region, existing Albertsons South division (based in Fort Worth, TX) combined with Tom Thumb stores. Includes stores in northeastern Texas, northern Louisiana, and all of Arkansas.
  • Southern California Division: South Region, merged Vons Safeway division (excluding southern Nevada/Las Vegas stores, which became part of the new Southwest Division) with Albertsons division (based in Fullerton, CA). Includes stores in southern California.
  • Southwest Division: South Region, merged Southwest Safeway and Albertsons divisions (based in Phoenix, AZ). Includes all stores in Arizona, southern Nevada, and Utah, most of New Mexico (except for Farmington which is part of the Denver Division and southeastern New Mexico which is part of the United Division), and El Paso, Texas.
  • United Division: South Region, existing United division (based in Lubbock, TX). Includes stores in the Texas Panhandle and western Texas (excluding El Paso, which is part of the Southwest Division), and southeastern New Mexico.

Announcement and postponement of going public and A&P acquisition[edit]

After several months of rumors, the combined operation announced it would go public as Albertsons Companies, Inc. (the new name of AB Acquisition LLC). Albertsons attempted to IPO with the ticker ABS on October 14, 2015, planning to raise as much as $1.7 billion, selling 65.3 million shares with a range of $23 - $26 per share. However, the company postponed the listing due to market conditions, particularly after Wal-Mart warned of more challenged sales earlier that day. Albertsons has reportedly postponed the IPO indefinitely, as of October 2015.[1] All during this time, Albertsons continued to expand, purchasing 70 stores owned by the bankrupt Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (operating under the names of The Food Emporium, A&P, A&P Fresh, Superfresh, and Pathmark), which were quickly reopened as ACME stores after two-day store resets.[92][93]

Post-Safeway: Acquisitions, Conversions, Expansions, and Selloffs[edit]

As a result of the Albertsons-Safeway merger, Albertsons began to look to divest some stores in geographies where the merger could cause a high market share.[94] Some of these stores including one Albertsons and three Safeway stores in Wyoming were sold off to Ridley's Family Markets.[94][95]

Also at the time of the Albertsons-Safeway merger, the 18-store Pacific Northwest chain Haggen purchased 146 West Coast Vons, Pavilions, Albertsons, and Safeway locations that had to be sold due to anti-trust concerns, paying $300 million, plus spending $100 million to rebrand the stores. The FTC had hoped this would create a regional competitor for Albertsons.[96] On September 1, 2015, Haggen announced that the company had filed a lawsuit against Albertsons LLC and Albertsons Holdings LLC ("Albertsons") seeking more than $1 billion in damages.[97] The complaint, which was filed that day in United States District Court for the District of Delaware, alleged that following Haggen's December 2014 purchase of 146 Albertsons and Safeway stores, Albertsons engaged in "coordinated and systematic efforts to eliminate competition and Haggen as a viable competitor in over 130 local grocery markets in five states," and "made false representations to both Haggen and the FTC about Albertsons' commitment to a seamless transformation of the stores into viable competitors under the Haggen banner."[98]

A week later Haggen filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and began the process of closing all but a few dozen 'core' stores in the Pacific Northwest.[99][100] Albertsons would buy back 33 of the stores being sold at auction.[101] In January 2016, Albertsons settled the lawsuit, agreeing to pay $5.75 million to Haggen, and subsequently reached an agreement to acquire the remaining 29 'core' Haggen stores located in Washington and Oregon for $106 million, the deal being approved on March 29, 2016.[96] As part of the deal, 15 stores would still operate under the Haggen banner, with the rest converted to Albertsons locations.

During this time, the Albertsons family experienced further changes. On January 11, 2016, it was announced that the three remaining Albertsons stores in Florida, located in Largo, Altamonte Springs and Oakland Park, would be re-bannered as Safeway; this marked the first time that the Safeway brand would exist on a supermarket operation in Florida.[102] It would also re-align the stores toward the Eastern Division. In 2016, smaller acquisitions included Homedale, Idaho-based Paul's Market and Santa Rosa, California-based G&G Supermarkets. Both brands were closed before they were converted into Albertsons and Safeway stores, respectively. Additionally, the United Supermarkets subsidiary acquired seven locations from Sweetwater, Texas-based Lawrence Brothers. These were converted into United Supermarkets or Albertsons Market stores.[103] In late 2016, it was announced that Andronico's in the San Francisco area would be acquired as well. These stores would become "Safeway Community Markets" and still hold what made Andronico's unique, including chef-prepared items. When the first store reopened in February 2017 under the ownership of the Northern California division, it was still bannered as Andronico's due to an issue in obtaining local permits but the other stores were able to reopen as Safeway Community Markets.[104]

On February 17, 2017, the Randalls store in south Katy, Texas, serving the Cinco Ranch area closed. On March 6, 2017, shortly after the Katy Randalls closure, it was announced that the Houston-area distribution center near Cypress, Texas, would be closed and the operations consolidated in the Roanoke, Texas Tom Thumb distribution center in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex to supply the Houston and Austin-area stores instead. Also, the Houston Division offices would be folded into the legacy Albertsons' South Division offices in Fort Worth.[105] Additionally, the stores in the Albuquerque, New Mexico, market were realigned toward the United Supermarkets division.[106] On September 20, 2017, Albertsons acquired meal kit company Plated for $200 million.[107]

During the time after the Albertsons-Safeway merger, Albertsons was experimenting with different banners, converting many stores to Safeway, etc., including many Colorado Albertsons locations.[108] With this rebranding also came additional closures, such as Centennial, Colorado.[109] Some exceptions include Pueblo and Durango in Colorado, which are owned by a different division.[110]

Albertsons Express Makes Its Return (Fuel Expansion)[edit]

To start off 2018, Albertsons began to reenter the fuel market, opening a brand new Albertsons Express in Boise, ID at the site of a former Pizza Hut; this also introduced a new concept to the state of Idaho's gas stations, where the pumps are chip-credit-card enabled.[111] At least one Albertsons Express from the original generation of Albertson's fuel centers located in Hillsboro, OR[22] remained open in the relaunch of Albertsons Express. As of September 2021, there are exactly 7 Albertsons Express across America located in Idaho with three locations 3 locations; and Louisiana, Nevada, Oregon, and Texas with one location each.[112]

Additional Acquisitions and Closures after Albertsons Express' Comeback[edit]

On February 20, 2018, Albertsons announced plans to acquire Rite Aid, subject to shareholder and regulatory approval.[113] In addition to retaining the stand-alone Rite Aid pharmacies, its Osco and Sav-on pharmacies located in Albertsons' existing stores were expected to be rebranded as Rite Aid pharmacies. On August 8, 2018, Rite Aid announced that the plan had failed to please shareholders and the proposed acquisition would be canceled.[114]

That same year, Albertsons closed several stores across multiple divisions, including all three Safeway stores in Florida. These stores were sold to Publix for an undisclosed price. With the closing, Albertsons officially exited the state, which it had been since the late 1970s when acquiring their Skaggs Albertsons stores,[115] as well as other stores across divisions. Additionally, the company divested its share in Casa Ley, selling it to Tenedora CL del Noroeste.[116]

Checkouts at an Albertsons during COVID-19

In 2019, Albertsons opened Albertsons Market Street in Meridian, Idaho, a flagship store located in a converted Shopko store and based on the Market Street brand of United Supermarkets. This became Albertsons largest store at 110,000 square feet and featured a variety of departments exclusive to the store or found rarely in the chain, including an oyster bar, a full bar area, and in-house sausages.[117] Additionally, around the same time, a new Andronico's Community Markets opened in Monterey, California, the first new store to be branded as such.[118]

In 2020, Albertsons announced the closing of a distribution center in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, laying off up 520 people. Albertsons said its duties will be shifted to an existing distribution center in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, which will add up to 300 workers.[119] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Albertsons' total sales experienced a growth of 27% compared to the previous year. The rise in sales and higher traffic came as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic; it made $22.8 billion in the second quarter of 2020.[120] Additionally, the company finally went public in June 2020 after years of delays. [121] The potential IPO for the company could be valued at around $19 billion.[122][123][124][125] During the time of going public, one more division change was announced when the Mid-Atlantic Division was created by combining Eastern and ACME Markets, and based out of ACME's headquarters in Malvern.[126] In October 2020, Albertsons submitted a winning bid for the Kings Food Markets/Balducci's chain. These were announced to be combined into the Mid-Atlantic Division.[127]


Albertsons grocery store logo

Albertsons operates stores under the following banners:[128]

  • Acme Markets (aka Acme): 162 locations (CT, DE, MD, NJ, NY and PA) [129][130]
  • Albertsons: 389 locations (AZ, AR, CA, CO, ID, LA, MT, NV, NM, ND, OR, TX, UT, WA and WY)[131]
  • Albertsons Market: 23 locations (NM)[132]
  • Amigos: 4 locations (TX)[133]
  • Andronico's: 7 locations (CA)[134]
  • Balducci's: 8 locations (CT, MD, NY, VA)[135]
  • Carrs: 11 locations (AK)[136]
  • Haggen: 15 locations (WA)[137]
  • Jewel-Osco: 188 locations (IL, IA, and IN)[138]
  • Kings Food Markets: 19 locations (CT, NJ, NY)[139]
  • Lucky: 4 locations (UT)[140]
  • Market Street: 19 locations (NM and TX)[141]
  • Pak 'n Save: 3 locations (CA)[142]
  • Pavilions: 26 locations (Southern California)[143]
  • Randalls: 31[144] locations (Greater Houston and Greater Austin, TX)[145]
  • Safeway: 905 locations (AK, AZ, CA, CO, DC, DE, HI, ID, MD, MT, NE, NV, NM, OR, SD, VA, WA, WY)[146]
  • Shaw's: 129 locations (MA, ME, NH, RI and VT)[147]
  • Star Market: 21 locations (MA)[148]
  • Tom Thumb: 65[144] locations (Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex, TX)[149]
  • United Supermarkets: 50 locations (Texas Panhandle) plus 39 United Express locations (NM and TX)[150]
  • Vons: 198 locations (Southern California and Southern Nevada)[151]

Former banners/chains/names:


Albertsons once owned several store brands ("private label" brands), often bearing the name of the chain sold under, e.g. "Jewel" brand products in the Jewel and Jewel-Osco locations. Other Albertsons brands over the years have included A+, Good Day, Janet Lee (named after the executive vice-president's daughter), Master's Choice, and Village Market. The drug store brands (used for health and beauty aids, over-the-counter medications, and intimate paper goods) were consolidated under the name "Equaline", rather than the previous "Sav-On Osco by Albertsons" brand. Albertsons introduced an upscale private label brand, "Essensia", in 2003, which was later renamed by SuperValu as Culinary Circle.

Store brand items in Albertsons stores included Albertsons (national brand quality food), Arctic Shores (frozen seafood), Baby Basics (diapers and infant care items), Culinary Circle ("gourmet" foods and ready-made meals), Equaline (health and beauty products), Farm Fresh (fresh produce), Flavorite (national brand quality foods, used throughout Supervalu stores), Homelife (national brand quality non-foods), Java Delight (coffee), Shoppers Value (value-priced items), Stockman & Dakota (high-quality beef), Stone Ridge (ice cream and sherbet), Super Chill (soft drinks and mixers), Whole Care Pet (pet foods and supplies), and Wild Harvest (natural and organic foods). In 2011, SuperValu announced it would eliminate Flavorite and all brands named after the chains it operates (such as Albertsons, Jewel, Shaw's, etc.) and would replace those labels with a new label, Essential Everyday.

After its purchase of Safeway, Albertsons began replacing some of its brands with Safeway's. O Organics and Open Nature replaced Wild Harvest, Pantry Essentials replaced Shoppers Value, and Refreshe replaced Super Chill. By late 2015, the remaining store brands were replaced with "Signature" (formerly Safeway Care, Farms, Home, and Kitchens). Albertsons started selling Lucerne dairy products, Mom To Mom baby products, and Priority Pet Food as well.

Albertsons Companies line of Own Brands [155] products launches 1,100 brand new items a year, making it one of the most diverse in-house brands in the country. Albertsons Companies' O Organics line is one of the nation's largest brand of USDA-certified organic products, with annual sales over $1 billion; it offers a wide array of products, giving every customer on every budget access to healthy, organic items.

Some of the brands in use are:

  • Signature Select - Main line of grocery products
  • Debi Lilly Design - Floral and home décor products
  • Lucerne Dairy Farms - Main dairy brand, used for ice cream, cheese, yogurt, and milk
  • O Organics - Organic products
  • Open Nature - 100% natural products
  • Primo Taglio - Deli brand for meat and cheese
  • Signature Cafe - Brand used for things sold at the Deli counter, soups, and refrigerated food made by the Deli and sold in the Deli Department
  • Signature Care - Home and wellness products
  • Signature Farms - Produce Department brand for fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Signature Reserve - Premium alternative to products in the Signature Select line
  • Value Corner - A cheaper alternative to products in the Signature Select/Lucerne line
  • waterfrontBISTRO - Frozen seafood products[156]


On average, stores in the Albertsons Companies range between 50,000 square feet (4,600 m2) and 70,000 square feet (6,500 m2)[157] and almost universally feature a bakery, deli, meat counter, produce department, and seafood counter; many of the stores also feature in-store banks and pharmacies. Larger and newer stores may also offer enhanced amenities, including Starbucks coffee counters, prepared foods, in-store pizza, salad bars, and juice bars.[158][citation needed]



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7 Major Changes Albertsons Is Making Right Now

With over 2,200 stores across the country, chances are you've shopped at an Albertsons grocery store before. While Safeway, Vons, Tom Thumb, Jewel-Osco, and more are part of the network, the company's namesake locations are still a go-to for many, and several Albertsons locations are about to see some major changes.

We've already seen supermarkets take big steps in 2021, and this chain is no exception. Here are several big changes Albertsons is making right now, and for more, make sure you're aware of the Grocery Shortages To Expect in 2021, According to Experts.

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Albertsons just partnered with Google to bring the future of grocery shopping to its stores sooner rather than later. One new online ordering technology is described as "predictive grocery list building," which sounds like it will make your grocery list for you. Not much else has been revealed about the forthcoming tech, but Albertsons says that "Google Cloud AI technologies such as Vision AI, [and] Recommendations AI" will work to create "the world's most predictive grocery engine."

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Another change coming to Albertsons grocery stores is the addition of "Business Messages" that will help with customer service in the store and pharmacy. It will also help answer questions about COVID-19 vaccines.

"Albertsons Companies is leading the way in bringing innovative technologies to the grocery store digital and physical aisle," said Carrie Tharp, the VP of Retail and Consumer for Google Cloud, in a press release.

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Who hasn't gotten lost while shopping at the grocery store and even when trying to find the grocery store before? Well, Albertsons is working to fix that through their new Google partnership. It will soon have new grocery store maps, making it easier than ever to find what you need. Google has been updating its map technology for years, and now, Albertsons is taking advantage. (Google has also helped Albertsons launch curbside pickup.)

Like other grocery store chains, Albertsons has been busy distributing COVID-19 vaccines. In early March, it announced it had administered over 1 million doses since early January, and the number has only claimed higher since then. With eligibility opening up in many states, that is going to continue.

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At select Safeway locations in northern California, customers can now get their groceries delivered through an innovative cart. It's called the Safeway Cart and is powered by logistics company Tortoise. It creates zero emissions, is remote-controlled, can carry up to 120 pounds in four locked containers, and travels at around 3 miles per hour. It texts customers when it's outside their house and is also equipped with a camera and a speaker.

In other delivery news, check out This Food Delivery Service Can Now Bring You a COVID-19 Test.

Cashier wearing a face mask at the grocery shop and getting a card payment

For the first time ever, Albertsons asked its associates to pick their favorite products in the store for the 2020 Own Brands Accoate Choice Awards. Thousands voted and picked their favorite products among 15 categories, like Favorite new 2020 Own Brands product, Favorite healthy alternative, Favorite item to stock up on, Favorite immunity boosting product, and more.

Woman in a disposable face mask is checking a shopping list on a smartphone in a supermarket

When news broke that the governor of Texas was ending the statewide mask mandate in mid-March, several grocery stores released statements saying they were still requiring them in store. Albertsons was one of them. So while nothing is technically changing about coving your mouth and nose while you shop, rules elsewhere are, so it's important to know what they are before heading to your local Albertsons.

For more grocery store news, check out Costco Now Has the COVID-19 Vaccine in These 12 States.

Amanda McDonald

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