The power of people, the beauty of diversity.

Superior knows that a community is strongest when it builds from within. Superior takes the time to invest in our community by ensuring that all people are served equally with care and respect.

Building Stronger Communities

Superior Grocers is a strong supporter of many local schools, youth programs, and church organizations. Our involvement also extends to various charities and workforce development programs. 

We hire within our communities and focus on a diverse workforce to create a culture that better serves our customers, our employees and our communities. We invest in training and developing employees through various community workforce programs that exceed industry standards. This empowers employees to grow and expand their future career potential within our company and thus creating the Superior family.

The Superior family of employees recognizes the importance of excellent customer service and strives to make all of our customers feel appreciated.

Community Re-Engineering Inc. (DBA Superior Foundation)

At Superior, we believe children are the future. That is why Superior's non-profit organization, Community Re-Engineering Inc., a 501(c)(3), was established in 1995. The Superior Foundation helps fund local youth programs that make communities thrive.

Proceeds totaling over $1 million dollars from the annual golf tournaments under the non-profit organization have been distributed to local youth programs and schools. Our vendor partners have been instrumental in helping Superior achieve this goal through their generous support and participation.

A partial list of partner organizations that have received our support and that share our values in providing exceptional education and health programs are:

·      Alliance Charter Schools

·      American Cancer Society

·      CGA Educational Foundation

·      City of Hope

·      Esperanza Scholarship Foundation

·      Muscular Dystrophy Association

·      National Guard Youth Foundation

·      The Music Center Education Programs

·      United Negro College Fund