Meijer is a food market superstore in the Midwestern United States, headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It was founded in 1934 by Fred Meijer and is now owned by his descendants. It is a pioneer in the supermarket chain that took the first mover advantage and opened 'Thrifty Acres' in 1962.
Since its commencement, the supermarket is family owned grocery store that operates in not less than 253 countries. It deals in all sorts of departments like fashion, automotive, beauty care, pharmacy, electronics, etc.
The massive supermarket chain operates mainly throughout the Midwest countries like Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, etc. and with its major base in the Great Lakes region. Meijer beliefs in the fact that the customers don't need them as much as Meijer needs customers. Thus, it is very essential for them to stand strong and meet their audiences' needs and expectations.
The 87 years old legacy superstore provides higher standards at lower prices. Providing good quality products to their consumer at affordable costs is the reason why people prefer Meijer over any other store.
Meijer is placed at the 18th rank on the Forbes List for America's Largest Private Companies. It has stores throughout the span of the country and generates an approximate revenue of $18.1 Billion.