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About Us

Price Chopper is a chain of supermarkets serving customers in the Northeast United States with the Best in Fresh … and Low Prices. This blog was created to give our Chopper Shoppers the chance to be active in our community, to talk about what they love about our stores, and to offer constructive feedback about improving the shopping experience at Price Chopper.

Comments on: "About Us" (34)

  1. Charlene said:

    Positive thoughts…. Most employees are very pleasant and helpful..stores seem to have adequate lighting…supersample ladies are a highlight of my shopping trip.. they always display their merchandise well.. explain ingredients and easy ways to fix the items… they are always cheerful and friendly… in store #12… and Mrs. Emond is always helpful and full of ideas to cook or store items used…

    Negative:… shopping carts thru abuse or whatever on the average do not function well.. wheels stick …won’t push well…merchandise left in the aisles in front of the shelves create a safety hazzard and causes carts to bump into them when the aisles are crowded… merchandise on top shelves are piled too high and the top shelves are to high to begin with for the elderly, short people and handicapped people to reach safely… sale merchandise of the same item is displayed in several sections of the store and is confusing… resets sometimes confuses the elderly as they are used to an item they normally shop for being there and with the resets they no longer are there or in another section of the store… there are carts of items to be reshopped left all over the store .. much of the time they are short of cashiers and baggers causing the few that are there to cover a larger area and customers are left to bag their own groceries or for the cashier to both scan the items and then bag them..

  2. pamela hedman said:

    i was wondering how to get on your site to do a grocery list,and to look at your ads.

  3. I would like to know who won the Holiday Recipe Contest, I see it has not been posted. I was just curious, please let me know if possible.

  4. Davendonis said:

    I bought ground beef and I not sure if I have to bring it back What are the date for it.
    diane

  5. Fred DeRouin said:

    When will the New Store Open in Warwick, NY

  6. Darleen Crandell said:

    BOO TO PRICECHOPPER! I used the coupon for USDA 1/8″ trim Choice Beef Loin Bottom Sirloin Steak ONLY .99 cents/lb, limit 2 at the Delhi store. The packages were TINY! so I did buy 3…(before work yesterday). Later I looked at the receipt~ Pricechopper gave me $1.00 off the !total! I did go back and complain…they said they were only allowing the coupon to be used on the purchase of 1 package of steak. They gave me an extra 63 cents… coupon says limit 2.
    BOO! wasn’t worth the trip back to the store!

  7. Kevin R. O'Leary said:

    I was wondering who is in charge of all the Price Chopper Facilities

    Thank you,

    Kevin R. O’Leary

  8. Darlene Wood said:

    When will the Pricechopper store in Potsdam, NY be opening?

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  10. Just had to write to let you know about the experience I have every morning at Price Chopper #181, Troy NY 12180…I get bagels for work each day and the man who works around 6AM needs to be acknowledge..I don’t know his name, he has curly brown hair and he is always pleasant and has a smile and willing to assist in anyway needed…he makes my visit pleasant which will surely make me come everyday…If you could share this with him I would greatly appreciate it…more employees like him will truly make customers come back.

    • We’re glad to hear that you have a pleasant experience when you stop into the store each morning! We’ll be sure to share your comment with our store. Thank you and have a great day!

  11. edward anderson said:

    i used to shop eveyday at price chopper in barre ,vt but now i dont shop there at all once in a blue all the store does is rip u off they over charge me all most evey time i go in and all they do is charge more so me and my friend are shopping at shaws and hannafords there alot cheaper ad gives better deal and they dont try to steal from me this price chopper sucks and there service is slow

  12. ann piper said:

    I was just in the price chopper in Windsor,Vt for a loaf of bread. I found what I wanted,the unit price was $199 per lb. which the loaf was a lb the suggested price was $199,but i was charged $249. Should this loaf been $199? If not, it should have been marked $249.

    • Hi Ann,
      We’ll need to know specifically which bread you’re referring to, and then we can investigate. Please feel free to reach out to us at 1-800-666-7667. Thanks!

  13. ann piper said:

    The bread is Bimbo 100% Whole Wheat 1lb loaf

  14. ann piper said:

    thany you for taking the time to look into this matter for me.

  15. Kathy Vazquez said:

    I was wandering when is Boar Head products going to be in the Norwich store #161. I keep asking but no one knows anything.

    • Hi Kathy, Our Boar’s Head program is rolled out on a store by store basis and unfortunately Norwich is not in the plan to roll out in the immediate future. Our deli department has received your request and we encourage you to keep in touch with us about when we can bring this program to Norwich. Thanks for asking!

  16. I was told that it should be this year. How sad. Do you know of any stores near my area that is selling Boars Head deli meats?? I’m willing to travel in order to purchase.. Boars head is the best!!
    Thanks

  17. Kathy DeFranco said:

    Is it true that Price Chopper accepts old eyeglasses? I usually shop at the Upper Glen Street (Queensbury, NY) store – does that particular location accept them?

  18. I shop at the Price Chopper in Bennington, Vermont, (or I should say I used to) I assume your stores have a policy against bringing animals(Dogs) into your store (with the exception of service dogs of course). So why is it that almost every time I go into that store I am guaranteed to see someone with those little rat sized dogs sitting in the seat portion of the shopping carts??? Seriously? It’s disgusting, they sit in those carts, slobbering all over the handles and cart, and only who knows what is on their feet…. they could have fleas, parasites, ticks or who knows what….

    People use those seats to put their CHILDREN and their GROCERIES in…. It’s a health hazard. Just because the thing is small enough to fit in the cart or in their arms doesn’t mean it should be in the store where I am buying groceries that my family will eat!

    Needless to say, after seeing a woman with a dog in one of your carts this week in the darn produce section of all places I put my groceries down and left. Went and bought everything I needed at Hannaford down the road instead. I refuse to spend a nickel in a store that allows dogs in it like that.

    Service dogs are different, they are doing their job, assisting their people, they are properly trained, vetted, clean and know how to behave in crowds. Service dogs are trained to behave, and are up to date on shots and stuff. Who knows if those other animals have even been to the vet…

    • Hi Dani, We’re sorry about the experience you had in our Bennington store. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. One of our representatives will reach out to you through email and we will address this issue with our store team.

      • I got an email from Price Chopper and it just proves to me that people don’t even read what you write. Apparently reading comprehension isn’t a strong suit at the Golub Corporation.

        The dogs in the cart were NOT SERVICE DOGS. They were little rat dogs, peoples PETS. I know the difference between a service dog and a pet.

        I’m just gonna shop at Hannaford. There store is clean, there staff are polite. and dogs don’t run rampant through the store.

      • Hi Dani, Unfortunately, although they may in fact be pets, if the customer tells us that they are service animals we are not allowed by law to ask any further questions or ask for proof because we would be in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act. However, as we previously explained, we do not have to allow them to ride in the shopping carts and our stores should not be permitting this to happen. We have addressed this with the Bennington store manager.

    • Well, went into your price chopper in Bennington Vermont store again today because I was with my mom and she wanted to go there and guess what I saw? Another little miniature doberman in the bottom half of the larger shopping carts, no harness, no leash, climbing all over the basket and the groceries in it.

      Thanks for taking care of this issue…… NOT.

  19. I haven’t seen a service dog small enough to fit into the seat of the cart. Second if its a dog in training, the trainers will often enough ask you not to pet the dog. Another tip off is service dogs are almost always wearing a harness. They are always on a lease.
    These are a few tips.

  20. Colleen Janz said:

    Whom can I contact about getting Girl Scouts involved with Price Chopper’s Home Grown Fourth of July celebration at the Empire State Plaza?

  21. jacqueline brockington said:

    Its a good christmas gift idea

  22. O.k., so why did P.C.’s February page cheering for “heart-healthy” food
    feature a gigantic slab of beef, which is close to the last thing anyone
    interested in heart health would want to eat?

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