Ridley’s Family Markets

ridleysRidley’s Family Markets, a grocery stores chain that is headquartered in Jerome, Idaho is under family ownership. The store has been operational for close to thirty years. As of last year, Ridley’s had twenty supermarkets in northern Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada.

History

Ridley’s Family Markets began its operations in the year 1984 when an 11,000-square foot store was set up by Connie and Jerry Ridley. The first grocery store was located in Payson, Utah. Initially, the company was known as Ridley’s IGA Foodliner, which was an IGA franchise. In 1986, the Payson store was sold, after which the couple formed a partnership to establish and run a store in Provo, Utah. The store was Food 4 Less. In 1988, Ridley’s change its ownership from family to a private company. Many grocery stores were acquired throughout the 1990s. They strive to become the local market and pharmacy and employ those who live in the area. They offer membership benefits and social media bargains. You can also find a list online of origin of the produce they carry, so customers know just where their fruit and vegetables are coming from.

Statistics

Headquarters: Jerome, Idaho

Ownership: Private Company

No. of Stores: 20 Supermarkets

Geography: Nevada, Northern Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho

Demography: Organic Shoppers, Value Shoppers

Special Services: Pharmaceutical Services

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9 Comments

  1. George Harris October 1, 2018 at 12:40 pm - Reply

    The Wellington Colorado store is dirty, full of expired items, and the most unfriendly management I have ever had the misfortune of coming into contact with. The store manager, Marcelle, is an absolute tyrant, as unfriendly as can be. The whole vibe in that store is of apprehension and dirt. Never step foot in there again. I don’t trust their deli, canned goods, certainly not meat. If this is Ridley’s, give me 7-11 anytime

  2. Brenda Shaffer July 11, 2018 at 1:32 pm - Reply

    My name is Brenda Shaffer. I shop at your old town Pocatello Rideys location. I have been over charged here and there in the past (I have assumed these accations have been acedental). The last three times I have shopped at your grocery store I have been overcharged consistently. I find this not to be a every once in awhile probeblem. I feel your business practices are becoming frudulant. I am now saving my receipts with the intentions of complaining to the Better Business and placing them on public face book. Old Town community has a lot of elderly and disabled consumers who would not realize they have been scamed. I Do not feel the community in old town should be taken advantage of.

  3. Bonnie Uhl December 12, 2017 at 1:22 pm - Reply

    your web site won’t let me use my points

  4. Terri Garabedian October 2, 2017 at 12:38 pm - Reply

    Just got coffee & treats at the Winnemucca Dawson Taylor Coffee in Ridley’s Market. Eva and Crystal were so amazing! Professional, friendly, fun, and so complimentary about working for Dawson Taylor. Here’s my question: WHY CAN’T THEY RECEIVE TIPS?! They work so hard and they choose to also be so positive and happy on the job. Get them a tip jar please!

  5. Dian Kiser June 28, 2017 at 3:17 pm - Reply

    I frequently dirve from California to Montana and go through a number of cities that have Ridley’s markets. I stop for groceries, snacks and coffee. It is common for me living in a Capitialistic country to want to tip people who provide a wonderful service. I was just in Winnemucca, NV getting fabulous service from the coffee shop employees at Ridley’s. I wanted to tip them, but they said they cannot accept tips. Wow! I couldn’t believe it. I don’t need to tell corporations about how to deincentivise their employees. Because I believe in giving something extra for good service, I might as well go to Starbuck’s in Winnemucca and wait to buy groceries at Raley’s down the road. Could you please allow your coffee shop servers to accept tips? Thank You!

  6. Jerry Wilson March 29, 2017 at 2:22 pm - Reply

    Help I need to find some history about Ridleys stores in Boise Idaho. I am trying to find out dates for a store located at Cole rd and Ustick rd intersection. I believe it was closed sometime in 1990s. The city of Boise built a Library on the site. Anything would help. Thank You

  7. Margaret Bibbey February 22, 2016 at 7:49 pm - Reply

    I would like to draw your attention to the Ridley’s Market in Rupert, Idaho. It is tired, rundown, and desperately in need of gender divided public restrooms with more than two stalls each. The current restroom is in the stockroom and during farming season, literally, bus loads of people stand in line in the stockroom and block the grocery isles to use it. This is more than just an inconvenience for the public, and can’t possibly be very secure for the inventory, or sanitary. Aside from the inconvenience, this restroom is doubtfully ADA compliant. The entrances to the parking lots are full of potholes that don’t seem to get attention, and the accessible parking spaces and access isles don’t seem to be ADA compliant either. There are a number of consulting firms and designers to assist you with this update to your facilities. In fact, you could contact the US Access Board and they will help you as well. It would sure beat a complaint filed with the Department of Justice.

  8. Wyoming Recovery June 17, 2015 at 12:10 pm - Reply

    I would like to have the pharmacy representative contact our office regarding the Riddleys pharmacy in Casper WY. We are a recovery center in Casper and the pharmacy in Casper incorrectly filled a clients medication. Thank you.
    Wyoming Recovery
    307 265 3791
    please ask for Amy, nurse or Gwen, receptionist

  9. David Joseph Alexander February 16, 2015 at 1:32 am - Reply

    Just curious as to wether or not Ridleys intends to keep “Ranchers Reserve Meats” since the acquisition of our Safeway store here in Casper?
    The grocery situation in Casper is toxic, especially for the east side which has had an incredible amount of growth over the past 6 years.
    One must be forced do drive to other side of town to shop at a Smiths, a small pathetic attempt of a King Soopers store, or shop the Caustic Wal-Mart. Safeway has been far the worst, and one can only hope this will be a serious improvement, and not a poor attempt to make a go of it!

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