SpartanNash (SPTN) is a Fortune 400 company and the fifth largest food distributor in the United States. We also are the leading distributor of grocery products to U.S military commissaries.
Headquartered in Grand Rapids, Mich., SpartanNash has corporate offices in Minneapolis, Indianapolis and Norfolk, Va. We currently operate more than 145 corporate-owned retail stores in nine states and distribute to more than 2,100 independent locations throughout the country. We operate 10 wholesale distribution centers and seven military DCs. Our military operations also serve the District of Columbia, Europe, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Bahrain and Egypt.
Our retail banners include Dan’s Supermarket, D&W Fresh Market, Econofoods, Family Fare Supermarkets, Family Fresh Market, Forest Hills Foods, Fresh City Market, No Frills, SunMart, Supermercado Nuestra Familia, ValuLand and VG’s.
Retail and military operations each represent approximately 30 percent of our business; wholesale distribution is our largest business segment with 40 percent.
Together, we’re ‘Taking food places®.’
Our vision is to be a best-in-class business that feels local, where relationships matter. We are guided by our core values of customer focus, innovation, patriotism, teamwork, respect, integrity, accountability and celebration and fun. The key to our success is our family of more than 15,000 associates, who put our customers, consumers, communities and their co-workers first, each and every day.
Giving back is part of our commitment. Each year, we donate 2.5 million pounds of food to help fight hunger and collaborate with more than 4,000 community partners to advance education and vital services. We also sponsor more than 1,900 events a year in the communities we serve and volunteer thousands of hours with our community partners.
The SpartanNash Foundation is the charitable giving arm of the company and is focused on providing grants to nonprofit community partners that work to end hunger, provide shelter and support our military heroes.
Fargo, North Dakota
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Lumberton, North Carolina
Minot, North Dakota
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
St. Cloud, Minnesota
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
San Antonio, Texas