Meijer, the privately owned, family-operated retailer with over 500 supercenters, grocery stores, neighborhood markets, and express locations throughout the Midwest, opened a new 159,000-square-foot supercenter in Hillsdale, MI and two new 159,000-square-foot supercenters in Northeast Ohio, bringing its one-stop shopping experience to customers in Alliance and North Canton.

“As we celebrate our 90th anniversary this year, providing value and convenience to our customers is still our top priority as a family-owned company,” Executive Chairman Hank Meijer said. “Not only will we bring those benefits to shoppers in Hillsdale, …We’re also excited to bring our unique shopping experience to customers in North Canton and Alliance while also investing in these communities.”

The new stores are located at 3600 W. Carleton Road in Hillsdale, 2500 West State Street in Alliance and 1505 N. Main Street in North Canton, OH, respectively.

The new store features include digital shopping solutions, including Shop & Scan, which allows shoppers to scan barcodes via a mobile app and bag their items as they shop to make checkout convenient. The stores also features deep discounts on surplus food via the Flashfood app, expanded areas for Meijer Home Delivery and Pickup services, and mPerks rewards, where customers earn on every dollar spent.

Meijer donates at least 6 percent of its net profit to charitable organizations annually, and each of its stores works with local food banks and pantries to help fight hunger. Since 2008, the retailer’s Simply Give program has generated over $86 million for its food pantry partners throughout the Midwest. 

Meijer opened its first store in Michigan in 1934.

It opened its first store in Ohio in 1981. By the end of 2025, the retailer will have invested nearly half a billion dollars into the area by opening and remodeling nearly 20 stores, creating nearly 4,000 jobs and contributing to the missions of local nonprofits. Meijer employs more than 11,000 team members statewide at 55 stores and its distribution and manufacturing facilities in Tipp City.

Image courtesy Meijer/Hillsdale