United Grocery Outlet CARES
It comes as no surprise that our industry often encounters a substantial number of plastic bags and cardboard materials. At United Grocery Outlet, we dedicate ourselves to diligently recycling these items, ensuring they don’t contribute to the accumulation of waste in landfills. In fact, in 2022 we recycled MORE than…
Pounds of Cardboard
Pounds of Plastic Shopping Bags
Idaho Potato Lover’s Contest 2023
Our produce department at the Sweetwater, TN store was recognized by the Idaho Potato Commission for their Idaho Potatoes Display. Congratulations Mark Bukowski, Produce Manager, on winning and building a wonderful display!
Our produce department at the Shelbyville, TN store was recognized by the Idaho Potato Commission for their Idaho Potatoes Display. Congratulations Rebecca Lambshead, Produce Manager, on winning and building a wonderful display!
We were happy to partner with UTK Film Students
for their short film, Cheese Puffs. The students loved how our Chapman Highway location portrayed a small-town grocer. The team of students received an A grade in their class and the film was screened to the School of Arts at the end of the semester!
A New Way to Lower Grocery Costs
Molly Nicholie, executive director of an Asheville, North Carolina, nonprofit that works with local farmers, swears by these markets. Some deals she’s found: cereal for $1.98 a box (typically $5-plus in a supermarket) and organic salad dressing for 98 cents a bottle ($4.49-plus elsewhere).
Locally Sourced Produce
United Grocery Outlet is proud to partner with local farmers and growers in the South Eastern United States. This allows us to bring you the freshest, and in-season produce.