Did you know?

Stop & Shop pioneered the superstore concept in New England

Over the past 26 years, Stop & Shop has raised over $60 million for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Operates a Green Energy Facility at its distribution center in Freetown MA, turning inedible food into clean energy

A member of the U.S. Green Building Council and recognized by the EPA for superior energy management

Store features & formats

  • Meat, deli, seafood, bakery, and produce departments with a wide range of local and organic products
  • Floral department
  • SCAN IT! mobile app lets customers check out on their smartphones
  • Online ordering with Peapod
  • Supermarkets
  • Superstores, some of which include pharmacies, gas stations, bank branches and coffee shops

Market area

  • New England: Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island

    212 stores

Stop & Shop founder Sidney Rabb introduced the self-service, modern supermarket in 1918.


The roots of Stop & Shop go back to 1914 when the Rabinovitz family founded the Economy Grocery Stores Company in the Boston suburb of Somerville, Massachusetts. The company officially became known as Stop & Shop, Inc. in 1946. Today, it is organized into two divisions: Stop & Shop New England and Stop & Shop New York Metro.

Stop & Shop is dedicated to helping its customers save money, save time and eat well. It has been recognized for its commitment to philanthropy in the areas of hunger relief, improving the lives of children, and building healthier communities. 


Stop & Shop

P.O.Box 55888
Boston, MA 02205-5888


+1 800 767 7772