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Meijer is a family-owned company serving the needs of families at each of our stores throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.

With the help from our Team Members and customers, we’re able to make the community a better place to live, work and play.

As we grow, we follow a simple philosophy established by our grandfather and father 80 years ago: “take care of your customers, team members and community … and all of them will take care of you, just like a family.”

We invite you to visit this site often to learn about how much our Simply Give campaign is helping our neighbors, about our sponsorship that brought the LPGA back to Michigan and more. Welcome to our Meijer Community!


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Meijer Partnership with Commercial Fishing Co. Exemplifies Commitment to Local

Through this partnership, La Nassa has grown from three fishing vessels and 35 employees to 11 vessels and 105 employees.
This is the longest-running partnership Meijer has with a local fishing company, which harvests from Lake Erie daily.

Our partnership with Great Lakes commercial fishing company, La Nassa Foods, began on a handshake nearly two decades ago and continues to thrive today based on a mutual commitment to provide Meijer customers with the highest quality lake fish.

As a result, we’re able to offer them nearly 500,000 pounds of Lake Erie walleye, yellow perch and other lake species each year.

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Happy Birthday, Louisville Zoo Halloween Party

Join the Louisville Zoo for the World's Largest Halloween Party!
The zoo will transform into a living storybook with costumed characters and trick-or-treating.

The Louisville Zoo’s annual Halloween party is turning 35 this year, and will once again provide area families with a cheery, not eerie celebration.

Children can dress up in their favorite costumes, explore the zoo and meet costumed characters in fun, larger-than-life storybook scenes throughout the zoo. Children, ages 11 and younger, can go trick-or-treating.

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