King Soopers

King SoopersKing Soopers Inc. is a supermarket chain owned by The Kroger Co. They are based on the eastern slope of Rocky Mountains. The company is managed along with City Market on the western slope of Rocky Mountains.

Founded in 1947 by Lloyd .J. King, King Soopers Inc., opened its first store in Arvada, Colorado in the United States. The company opened stores along the Front Range Urban Corridor on the southern slope of the Rocky Mountains. King Soopers stores stretched all along the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains, including Cheyenne, Wyoming and Pueblo, Colorado. The company later expanded its stores to the foothills of Denver and Colorado Springs in Colorado.

When Lloyd .J. King opened the King Soopers stores, he also put forward a mission for the stores – offer customers friendly service, value, cleanliness and quality. This still remains the motto of the company. Over the next few years, King Soopers expanded its stores and the number of stores peaked to 9. In 1957, King Soopers was sold to Dillon Co. Thirty years later, Dillon Co. and The Kroger Co. merged making King Soopers part of the Kroger Co..

Company headquarter address: Denver, Co., United States
Ownership: Private subsidiary of The Kroger Co.
Annual Revenue: $1,895,000,000
Geography: Cheyenne, Wyoming; Pueblo and Denver, Colorado
Demography: Value shoppers
Special Services: Pharmacy, specialty shopping, i-Wireless phone services, Kroger personal finance services and pet insurance services.

King Soopers Inc. Bakery Div.

Private Selection – The main products are quality artisan bread, Angus beef and two bite brownies.
Private Selection Organics – This brand includes organic salads and organic chicken, which contains no added preservatives or antibiotics.
Naturally preferred – This brand includes frozen fruits like strawberries blueberries, and raspberries, men’s and women’s multivitamins, Healthy O’s multigrain cereal and peeled mini carrots.
Kroger Brands – The main products are Cheddar cheese, cookies n cream ice cream and Asian noodle meals.
Active Lifestyle – The Active Lifestyle products are smoothies, no fat and lite yoghurt, fat free milk and bread.
Comforts – This brand includes lotions, diapers and wipes for newborns, infants and toddlers.
Value Brand – The Value brand offers products like coffee and dishwashing liquid.
Mirra – The Mirra brand is beauty care products like shampoos, conditioners, skin care products and make up brushes. They also have foaming bath, body wash, body lotion and body mist products in a variety of fragrances.
Fresh Selections – The Fresh Selections offer fresh salad kits, salad blends and baby salad kits.

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  1. Carmen May 15, 2015 at 9:40 pm - Reply

    I would like to commend Joseph at the bakery – King Soopers at the S Academy and Hancock Avenue store in Colorado Springs, CO. I have relatives in Montrose, CO and every time I go visit there, I have to go to the City Market and purchase their persian rolls. They are delicious. I went to King Soopers noted above and spoke with Joseph about the possibility of getting that bakery to make some from information given to me by City Market. He was able to make them for me and my family and they were just like the ones in Montrose, CO. Yummy!! I have made that special order request now twice and Joseph made sure they were perfectly made. Thank you Joseph. I only now wish they could be made available to the public for them to enjoy as much as me and my family do.

  2. Clarence April 10, 2015 at 1:51 pm - Reply

    I have had problems with my local store #7. I’ve asked the produce dept. to fix their pricing machine because it doesn’t scan at the checkout, that was last , Friday. Today the same problem. I always leave the merchandise if it doesn’t scan. I told the front desk, instead of the cashier because she was to busy chatting. I also called the store and waited to speak to the store manager, on hold for 10 min he never answered.
    The store is in it for itself not the customers. Safeway is a half a mile up the street. Guess who is their new customer

  3. Michael Redfern April 8, 2015 at 3:09 pm - Reply

    I want to commend the new store manager “Butch” at the 80th & Wads location. I’m a senior cetizen and wanted to buy a BBQ Grill but had no way to get it home. Butch personnally delivered to my apartment and carried it up to the third floor and when I asked him if I could tip him for his trouble he told me no and thanked me for being a good customer. Butch is a hugh asset for your company and the best thing to happen at that store.

  4. Angel Licea Sierra February 20, 2015 at 5:08 pm - Reply

    I passed by Brighton Store and I found a nice lady that informed me about the opportunities that King Suppers offer.

  5. Angel Licea Sierra February 20, 2015 at 4:59 pm - Reply

    I would like to work in King Suppers for the challenges it implicates.

  6. Karen January 19, 2015 at 9:44 am - Reply

    I’d like to make a product request. I’d like your stores to carry the Yoplait whips – especially the chocolate mousse flavor, and especially in the 80249 store.

  7. Nancy Spence November 21, 2014 at 1:35 pm - Reply

    My daughter moved to Castle Rock, CO and I would like to get her some King Sooper gift cards to use. I don’t seem to find them on line. Would a Kroger gift card work as well?

  8. Dorothy Hardesty September 24, 2014 at 11:37 pm - Reply

    I just read comments from http://www.yelp and apparently most of your pharmacies have serious problems in customer service. I sent you comments about my experience in poor customer service and see it is removed and no followup from your company. Is anyone minding the store?

  9. Dorothy Hardesty September 22, 2014 at 4:28 pm - Reply

    Store #25 – The past 6-7 months your pharmacy employees have done a terrible job in customer service. I have waited 15 to 20 minutes for service. I receive calls my prescription is ready and then observe at least 2 to 3 employees visit with each other or get on the computer and ignore customers. They made a mistake by entering one of my prescriptions in my profile. I waited for them to fill my prescription even though I received your automated message it was ready for pick up. Pharmacies CANNOt make mistakes. Kim was eating a breakfast bar and working on her computer as customers waited. Walgreens is across the street I hope I don’t have to shop somewhere else.

  10. Walterine Nikle July 24, 2014 at 5:23 pm - Reply

    Why do I have such a hard time finding the link to register my sale online so I can get fuel points. Please help me to find where I am supposed to be to make that happen.

  11. James Laak March 31, 2014 at 4:40 pm - Reply

    For the last 3 weeks the King Sooper customer web site has been down, I have not been able to log on to load my special customer capons, or even to check the items I have loaded to my account. You have great coupons but they are worthless when you can’t load them to your account. I called customer service on the 21st and was told the site would be up by sat am. I don’t think anyone gives a damn, I can’t get an answer from anyone. I am very upset that it would take this long to get your site back up. I hope you are not using the same web site people that is doing the Obama health care web site. If you find someone that knows what is going on, have them e-mail me and tell me what is going on. I have been a King Sooper customer for over 50 years, but that could change !!!
    James R Laak

  12. terri ankney March 28, 2014 at 7:10 pm - Reply

    On the week of march 19th king soopers website went down so not able to download the free item of the week or get the free item of the week cannot believe it takes 4 or more days to fix the problem. very upset

  13. Marlene E. Hopp December 26, 2012 at 12:52 pm - Reply

    I lost my King Sooper/City Mkt card.

    My previous address was :
    31993 Rd 17-21, Elizabeth, CO 80107

    Please send a replacement card to my new address:
    759 Piney Rd
    Guffey, CO 80820

    Thank you,
    Marlene E. Hopp

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