Price Chopper Supermarket Corporate Office

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Price Chopper Supermarket Corporate Office Address

Price Chopper Supermarket
461 Nott Street
Schenectady, New York 12308

Contact Price Chopper Supermarket

Phone Number: (518) 623-2993
Fax Number: (518) 623-3169
Email: Email Price Chopper Supermarket

Price Chopper Supermarket Facts

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Price Chopper Supermarket Executives

CEO: Scott Grimmett
CFO: Jerry Golub
COO: Mona Golub

Price Chopper Supermarket History

Price Chopper Supermarkets was founded in 1932 when brothers, Bernard and William Golub opened their first supermarket. The original name was Public Service Market. The company changed the name to the current Price Chopper in 1973.  In 1951, the company was one of the first supermarkets to begin giving customers S&H Green Stamps with purchases.

Today, the company has 134 locations and employs 24,000 people. Price Chopper has focused on innovative and new ideas to supermarkets in addition to the usual groceries. The company was one of the first supermarkets to offer 24 hour stores in some locations, in store pharmacies and gas stations were added over the years. In 2009, the company began to use natural gas fuel cells for power in some locations, cutting their electricity usage by at least 40 percent.

Price Chopper continues to expand and plans to open 5 more locations in New England in 2016. Revenue for the company was $3.4 billion in 2014.

Price Chopper Supermarket FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Price Chopper Supermarket?
Answer 1: The phone number for Price Chopper Supermarket is (518) 623-2993.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Price Chopper Supermarket?
Answer 2: The CEO of Price Chopper Supermarket is Scott Grimmett.

Question 3: Who founded Price Chopper Supermarket?
Answer 3: Price Chopper Supermarket was founded by in .

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tom meehan July 16, 2018 at 1:35 pm

The bagels at price chopper in Newburgh n.y. were the best in the area until the renovation was finished.
They must have fired the only person that knew how to make bagels..
The new bagels are very small and look terrible as they overdose them with seeds..
They are squashed little remnants that they still call bagels..
If they continue to insult new yorkers with terrible quality,
they will fail…


Tim and Fran Zenor May 9, 2018 at 12:23 pm

May 3rd, approx. 5:00 P.M., My wife and I went to the Price Chopper Store located at 35th and Ingersoll Ave. in Des Moines Iowa.
Upon entry to the store, there was an emergency tornado siren sounding.
After selecting several of the items that we needed, there was an announcement asking all customers to bring their items to the front of the store to check out. After standing in line for 5 minutes or more, a member of management yelled out, “for the safety of our employees, we will no longer be checking people out, and we ask that you leave the store”. So, all customers had to leave the store while tornado sirens were blaring. In a nutshell, the member of the management team didn’t seem to care about the safety of the customers, and sent ALL of the customers outside in a thunderstorm, which could have been life threatening. Your store is just down the street from us, and has been very convenient. However with the latest turn of events, I will NO LONGER be shopping at Price Chopper. I’ll drive the extra miles to shop at Hy-Vee or Walmart. I will also advise everyone I know, NOT to shop at Price Chopper.
Sincerely, your former customers, Tim & Fran Zenor.
PS: Have a nice day out in the storm!!!


Ray Shadel November 26, 2017 at 10:33 am

I filed a complaint on 11-19-17 (000000292542-PC) about the quality of meat product I had purchased 3-4 days earlier that week. Received a nice saying how important my comments were and that someone would contact me soon. I guess my “soon” and their “soon” have totally different meanings. I am a store manager of a big box retail chain store and I have 24 hours to reply to complaints, or I come up on the bad list. I would than have to respond as to why I have not responded to said complaint. I guess the $50 I spent on that meat was not enough to be concerned about. Let alone the hundreds of dollars I’ve spent on other products at that location. Hy-Vee is just as close, I can do my shopping there.


Barbara Olmsted September 17, 2017 at 4:10 pm

I am probably one of many who have complained about your new online flyer and everything related to it. I use to enjoy going through the old online flyer, clicking on those items I wanted to purchase and being able to see the items in there respective area along with there price. I even mentioned to one of your associates how if they could tell me the aisle the item was in it would be almost as good as PUBLIXS online flyer in Florida. Well that isn’t going to happen I’m sure.

Well maybe someday it will work the way it should again. In the meantime I will use Wegmans Instacart.


MM August 7, 2017 at 4:25 pm

What have you done to the online flyer- it is horrible!! Please go back to the way it was-this new way is terribly hard to look for things- awful awful awful-go back to the way it was please!


S.A. Hanson, MCSE June 22, 2017 at 1:41 pm

Gentlemen: My family and members of different social organizations I serve, are customers of your retail chain which recently open in Des Moines, Ia. The American Legion is an organization whose members, like me, are retired or former members of the United States Armed Forces served previous Wars. We are in a process of collecting funds for the am American Legion and several business are cooperating with this effort Although retired, I am currently working for Walgreens Stores, which is trying to request donations for this organization. I, voluntarily collected cans since about a year. Today, on my way to work, I stopped at one of your stores, 1819 Beaver Ave. Des Moines, Ia., and returned some cans, unfortunately, there was a notice specifying that the maximum accepted is $10.00. I requested to talk to one of the members of Store Management, explained my situation, presenting the membership Id, but I was denied the explanation based on a “Company” Rule. I have discussed this problem with an executive member with American Legion, who stated to me that my best access would be to contact your office. I do not request for an explanation or action, just reporting.

S.A. Hanson, MCSE
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