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May 29, 2024

Meijer Follows Supercenter Openings with First Indiana Grocery Format Store

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Meijer will open another of its supermarket-style retail operations in Noblesville, IN, the first the company has launched outside of Michigan.

Meijer Grocery is a concept based on food and everyday needs, but it is multi-departmental in format. So, like its predecessors, the new 90,000-square-foot grocery format store will open on July 11 with departments in perishables, grocery and general merchandise, including prominent pet and health and beauty presentations. Meijer launched its grocery format in 2023 with the opening of two stores in southeast Michigan, making the Noblesville location the third Meijer Grocery opened by the retailer.

“Meijer has been providing an exceptional shopping experience to customers across Indiana for 30 years, and the Meijer Grocery in Noblesville will further solidify our commitment to the Hoosier State,” said Travis Bernath, Noblesville Meijer Grocery store director, announcing the store opening. “We prioritize our customers’ time and ultimately developed this new streamlined grocery store format with convenience at the forefront. We’re eager to deliver that experience and great value to area customers later this summer.”

Although the grocery store concept is the company’s latest growth format, Meijer continues to open supercenter operations as part of its expansion strategy. On May 14, the company officially opened a 159,000-square-foot supercenter in Hillsdale, MI. Meanwhile, in Ohio on the same date, it welcomed shoppers to a pair of 159,000-square-foot supercenters, one in the town of Alliance and the other in the town of North Canton. The company also has developed and recently expanded on an urban-oriented neighborhood market format.

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