The San-Antonio-based supermarket chain encompasses over 340 locations across the state of Texas and brings in droves of loyal customers. The company consistently lives up to its motto: “Here Everything’s Better.”
Here are the four reasons why this grocery store gets a Texan’s heart pumping.
1. Size and Scope: Thanks to its impressive size — the Plano and Frisco locations will be 110,000 square feet each — the grocery store provides customers with a number of options to suit their tastes and their dietary needs. The produce section includes over 900 varieties of fruits and vegetables. HEB’s beer selection has an extensive array of traditional, craft and Texas brews, not to mention that they’re the largest wine retailer in Texas. The chain even has sampling stations for visitors to enjoy. In addition, customers praise the store’s variety of organic and gluten-free goods, all at a lower price than at competing retailers.
2. Restaurant-Quality Dining Options: Both Plano and Frisco locations will house the HEB trademark True Texas BBQ, drive-thru included. TTBQ is exclusive to HEB, and despite being located within a grocery store, it provides the full restaurant experience, with an ordering counter, tables and soda machines.
3. Employee Benefits: HEB placed tenth on Glassdoor’s 2021 Best Places to Work list, which was compiled from anonymous reviews from employees then ranked based on the overall rating. Each employer was evaluated on a five-point scale, and HEB received an overall ranking of 4.4. 90% of employees said they would recommend the company to a friend, and 96% approved of the Chairman and CEO Charles Butt.
4. HEB Celebrates Texas Pride: HEB store brand’s slogan is “Made for the love of Texans,” and how better to encapsulate that love than with tortilla chips, chunks of cheese, and frying pans crafted in the shape of the Lone Star State.
The store’s products are essentially a love letter to Texas, from how they look to how the ingredients are sourced. HEB corn products are made from corn harvested in the Hondo Corn Farm in Hondo, Texas. The shrimp comes from the Gulf via Bowers Shrimp Farm in Galveston, and the “Mootopia” milk is sourced from dairy farms in San Antonio. The grocery chain even carries Whataburger fries and condiments — two Texas essentials in one!
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