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If you are a Midwesterner, odds are good you do some of your grocery shopping at Hy-Vee, an employee-owned chain of supermarkets with more than 230 locations throughout the states of Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Missouri, South Dakota and Wisconsin. At Hy-Vee supermarkets, customers can shop for groceries, pet food, home supplies, garden and patio furniture, gift baskets, and more.
Hy-Vee strives to offer customers competitive pricing, but shoppers can save extra money by looking through the company’s weekly ad. This circular lists specials in all departments.
- At the Hy-Vee bakery, customers can shop for fresh-baked bread and desserts.
- The Hy-Vee deli offers artisan cheese platters, chicken wings, meat trays, and other pre-prepared foods. Customers may also dine-in at the grocery store.
- Some Hy-Vee locations offer cooking classes, recipes, and nutritional advice.
- Customers may purchase gasoline in some locations, and may also participate in the Fuel Saver card program. As shoppers purchase groceries, they tally up points toward gas discounts.
- The Hy-Vee weekly ad offers customers the chance to save even more on groceries and home and patio supplies with coupons.
Hy-Vee Store History
Hy-Vee is quite a unique supermarket chain, because it is owned by its employees. It was founded back in 1930 by Charles Hyde and David Vredenburg. As early as 1938, the company decided to allow individual store managers a fair degree of autonomy. In 1960, the Employees’ Trust Fund was created, and the company became the property of its employees.
In 2011, the National Center for Employee Ownership ranked Hy-Vee second in its list of Largest Employee Owned Companies. The company is the largest employer operating in Iowa, with more than 78,000 workers. Hy-Vee owns a number of subsidiaries, including the Midwest Heritage Bank, Florist Distributing, Inc., Amber Pharmacy, and Hy-Vee Construction.