Albertsons

Albertsons Visit your neighborhood Albertsons located at 1300 Airport Freeway, Bedford, TX, for a convenient and friendly grocery experience! From our deli, bakery, fresh produce and helpful pharmacy staff, we've got you covered!

Our bakery features customizable cakes, cupcakes and more while the deli offers a variety of party trays, made to order. Our pick up service; Order Ahead, even allows you to place your bakery order online so its ready for you when you get here! At the butchers block you’ll find an assortment of meat and seafood, while the produce department is full of fresh fruits and veggies galore! Need your gro

Our bakery features customizable cakes, cupcakes and more while the deli offers a variety of party trays, made to order. Our pick up service; Order Ahead, even allows you to place your bakery order online so its ready for you when you get here! At the butchers block you’ll find an assortment of meat and seafood, while the produce department is full of fresh fruits and veggies galore! Need your gro

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Today is the last day of #HispanicHeritageMonth! To celebrate, we spoke to Beto Galvan, VP Product Management & Innovati...
10/15/2021

Today is the last day of #HispanicHeritageMonth! To celebrate, we spoke to Beto Galvan, VP Product Management & Innovation for Own Brands.

Hispanic Heritage Month is a recognition of the contributions and influence that Hispanics have on US culture. Impact of Hispanics can be seen and heard every day, covering a wide spectrum across food and music, to name a couple. For example: tacos, salsas and avocados have become staples of our diet… while Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and Selena Gomez have established as mainstream superstars. It’s safe to say that US culture wouldn’t be the same without Hispanics’ influence (and spark).

Hispanics' lives are driven by a set of core values like honesty, hard-work, loyalty and family — which are key to gain the respect of our community. US Hispanics are a real example of the American dream, where opportunities arise for those that are willing to make the necessary sacrifices.

Hispanics will use any excuse to celebrate… my favorite way to celebrate this month would be by inviting my extended family (direct family and close friends) over a homemade meal comprised of Carne Asada, Queso Flameado, Frijoles Refritos, Guacamole and Cervezas. Important to warn you that Hispanics are loud and funny… so if you happen to be invited to a Fiesta, expect a noisy afternoon, full of laughs.

One very positive change I have seen over the years is that in the past many Hispanics hid their heritage over concerns to be profiled or belittled… today, on the contrary, being Hispanic has become a badge of pride, willing to celebrate our two nationalities: Hispanic as the culture we’re from and US as our home we love/respect.

Today is the last day of #HispanicHeritageMonth! To celebrate, we spoke to Beto Galvan, VP Product Management & Innovation for Own Brands.

Hispanic Heritage Month is a recognition of the contributions and influence that Hispanics have on US culture. Impact of Hispanics can be seen and heard every day, covering a wide spectrum across food and music, to name a couple. For example: tacos, salsas and avocados have become staples of our diet… while Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and Selena Gomez have established as mainstream superstars. It’s safe to say that US culture wouldn’t be the same without Hispanics’ influence (and spark).

Hispanics' lives are driven by a set of core values like honesty, hard-work, loyalty and family — which are key to gain the respect of our community. US Hispanics are a real example of the American dream, where opportunities arise for those that are willing to make the necessary sacrifices.

Hispanics will use any excuse to celebrate… my favorite way to celebrate this month would be by inviting my extended family (direct family and close friends) over a homemade meal comprised of Carne Asada, Queso Flameado, Frijoles Refritos, Guacamole and Cervezas. Important to warn you that Hispanics are loud and funny… so if you happen to be invited to a Fiesta, expect a noisy afternoon, full of laughs.

One very positive change I have seen over the years is that in the past many Hispanics hid their heritage over concerns to be profiled or belittled… today, on the contrary, being Hispanic has become a badge of pride, willing to celebrate our two nationalities: Hispanic as the culture we’re from and US as our home we love/respect.

This week in Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke to Jesica Duarte, Division Vice President of Merchandising & Marketing, a...
10/05/2021

This week in Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke to Jesica Duarte, Division Vice President of Merchandising & Marketing, about the importance of this month to her.

Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of contributions Hispanics have made to the US, whether cultural, economic or social. It heightens the awareness of the diversity and richness of our country.

My parents inspire me. They are a both examples of hard work, coupled with faith in themselves and others, with kindness and a helping hand to improve the lives of others on the journey. They are examples of what can be described as successful in LIFE and I aspire to do the same.

I have a soft spot for two literary Chilean women. Author Isabel Allende captures the depth of Hispanic culture at its core. My other inspiration is the Nobel Prize winning poet, Gabriela Mistral. Her writing is beautiful because she was a teacher in a small town, a valley in the desert, and much of her work was inspired by the children she taught and cared for so much.

The Hispanic community is very diverse, from the southern cone to the Caribbean and Central America, to Mexico, in addition to our brothers and sisters in Spain. So, while we have a lot in common (language, certain music genres, some foods, family values, social life), we also take pride in what makes each of the countries of origin, unique and different.

My favorite way to celebrate this month is by embracing the diversity of the Hispanic community by sampling typical food and drink, as well as attending social gatherings where I can continue to learn about the breadth of the Hispanic culture, while contributing to the awareness from my own experience and background.

I believe if you embrace opportunities to learn about other people, places and cultures, it contributes to your personal enrichment. Not only does it make life more interesting, but it also promotes greater levels of understanding and connection. My hope is that knowledge and understanding of our rich differences and commonalities transform us all into more inclusive and kind people.

This week in Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke to Jesica Duarte, Division Vice President of Merchandising & Marketing, about the importance of this month to her.

Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of contributions Hispanics have made to the US, whether cultural, economic or social. It heightens the awareness of the diversity and richness of our country.

My parents inspire me. They are a both examples of hard work, coupled with faith in themselves and others, with kindness and a helping hand to improve the lives of others on the journey. They are examples of what can be described as successful in LIFE and I aspire to do the same.

I have a soft spot for two literary Chilean women. Author Isabel Allende captures the depth of Hispanic culture at its core. My other inspiration is the Nobel Prize winning poet, Gabriela Mistral. Her writing is beautiful because she was a teacher in a small town, a valley in the desert, and much of her work was inspired by the children she taught and cared for so much.

The Hispanic community is very diverse, from the southern cone to the Caribbean and Central America, to Mexico, in addition to our brothers and sisters in Spain. So, while we have a lot in common (language, certain music genres, some foods, family values, social life), we also take pride in what makes each of the countries of origin, unique and different.

My favorite way to celebrate this month is by embracing the diversity of the Hispanic community by sampling typical food and drink, as well as attending social gatherings where I can continue to learn about the breadth of the Hispanic culture, while contributing to the awareness from my own experience and background.

I believe if you embrace opportunities to learn about other people, places and cultures, it contributes to your personal enrichment. Not only does it make life more interesting, but it also promotes greater levels of understanding and connection. My hope is that knowledge and understanding of our rich differences and commonalities transform us all into more inclusive and kind people.

10/01/2021
10/01/2021
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Happy Coffee Day! Our #OOrganics Coffee does more – celebrate with us and Fair Trade Certified with a cup (or five) #ThisCoffeeDoesMore

Going back to our roots with this one. Thanks Idaho Magazine!
09/24/2021

Going back to our roots with this one. Thanks Idaho Magazine!

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke to Christian Rodriguez, who has been with the company for 18 years and no...
09/22/2021

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke to Christian Rodriguez, who has been with the company for 18 years and now serves as a Store Director. Christian is also an active member of our Hispanic Leadership Network, an associate resource group dedicating to supporting, uplifting, and celebrating our Hispanic associates.

I was born and raised in Yuma, AZ, by my parents, both Hispanics. I celebrate Hispanic month every day by sharing my culture and my values in everything that I do in my day-to-day operations. My family, employees and customers are important to me because they help me stay humble and remind me every day to continue working hard to achieve all my goals in life.

Coming from a small border town, my parents taught me what hard work is all about by believing and showing pride. Being Hispanic is a major responsibility to me and my legacy. I want to set an example to the next generation and prove that everything is possible with hard work.

My Hispanic heritage means recognizing and acknowledging others for their achievements and potential to succeed not only in the company but in life.

To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we spoke to Christian Rodriguez, who has been with the company for 18 years and now serves as a Store Director. Christian is also an active member of our Hispanic Leadership Network, an associate resource group dedicating to supporting, uplifting, and celebrating our Hispanic associates.

I was born and raised in Yuma, AZ, by my parents, both Hispanics. I celebrate Hispanic month every day by sharing my culture and my values in everything that I do in my day-to-day operations. My family, employees and customers are important to me because they help me stay humble and remind me every day to continue working hard to achieve all my goals in life.

Coming from a small border town, my parents taught me what hard work is all about by believing and showing pride. Being Hispanic is a major responsibility to me and my legacy. I want to set an example to the next generation and prove that everything is possible with hard work.

My Hispanic heritage means recognizing and acknowledging others for their achievements and potential to succeed not only in the company but in life.

Today marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month! This week marks the independence days of many Latin American count...
09/15/2021

Today marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month! This week marks the independence days of many Latin American countries, from Mexico to Chile, and the month runs through October 15th. To celebrate, we are highlighting some of our amazing associates and asking them what this month means to them. This week, we spoke to Veronica Avila, an Asset Protection Manager in the Southwest Division:

Hispanic Heritage Month is important to me because it represents and gives us the opportunity to share with people the experience of our beautiful culture, from the food to the music, to the strong family values and hard work that leaves a positive impact in our communities.

Faith and Family is a big part of my life in handling a work/life balance. I enjoy hiking and biking with the family.

A few things to know about the Hispanic community is that Hispanic families have a strong bond. We pass the importance of our traditions, respect and heritage on to our children.

The people in my community who inspire me happen to be both women. The first is an Astronaut Ellen Ochoa, who in 1993 became the first Hispanic Woman in the world to go into space. Second, is one of everyone's favorite, the first Latina Supreme Court Justice in U.S. history Sonia Sotomayor, who is a voice for women and ethnic minorities. One of my favorite quotes from her is, “There are uses to adversity, and they don’t reveal themselves until tested.”

Today marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month! This week marks the independence days of many Latin American countries, from Mexico to Chile, and the month runs through October 15th. To celebrate, we are highlighting some of our amazing associates and asking them what this month means to them. This week, we spoke to Veronica Avila, an Asset Protection Manager in the Southwest Division:

Hispanic Heritage Month is important to me because it represents and gives us the opportunity to share with people the experience of our beautiful culture, from the food to the music, to the strong family values and hard work that leaves a positive impact in our communities.

Faith and Family is a big part of my life in handling a work/life balance. I enjoy hiking and biking with the family.

A few things to know about the Hispanic community is that Hispanic families have a strong bond. We pass the importance of our traditions, respect and heritage on to our children.

The people in my community who inspire me happen to be both women. The first is an Astronaut Ellen Ochoa, who in 1993 became the first Hispanic Woman in the world to go into space. Second, is one of everyone's favorite, the first Latina Supreme Court Justice in U.S. history Sonia Sotomayor, who is a voice for women and ethnic minorities. One of my favorite quotes from her is, “There are uses to adversity, and they don’t reveal themselves until tested.”

09/09/2021

Boise State’s King of Chaos chair is at our Broadway store in Boise, ID tonight until 7:00 PM MT and tomorrow 5:30-7:30 PM MT! Stop by to grab a picture as the king!

August is Rosé Month and we’ve been trying out all of our favorite ways to rosé! What's your fav way to enjoy a glass?
08/29/2021

August is Rosé Month and we’ve been trying out all of our favorite ways to rosé! What's your fav way to enjoy a glass?

August is Rosé Month and we’ve been trying out all of our favorite ways to rosé! What's your fav way to enjoy a glass?

08/28/2021

Cheers to Red Wine Day 🍷😍 #CabernYAY

08/19/2021

We’re here at Market Street in Meridian, ID to kick off our Huckleberries event! Be sure to grab your favorite huckleberry items at Market Street or the Albertsons on Broadway in Boise, ID.

Enjoy exclusive perks and free unlimited delivery with FreshPass™! Try free for 30 days and taste the freedom 🤩
08/18/2021

Enjoy exclusive perks and free unlimited delivery with FreshPass™! Try free for 30 days and taste the freedom 🤩

Enjoy exclusive perks and free unlimited delivery with FreshPass™! Try free for 30 days and taste the freedom 🤩

08/18/2021

We’re excited to kick off the Albertsons Boise Open!

08/05/2021

IP-Yay! #HappyIPADay

08/04/2021

Happy Chocolate Chip Cookie Day! Got your purple bag? #IYKYK

08/03/2021

Happy Watermelon Day! #sliceitup

07/29/2021

No plans for dinner? Just wing it!

07/28/2021

It's that time of the year! We're roasting Hatch Chile Peppers at Albertsons on Broadway and Market Street. Be sure to stop by and take a look at all other Hatch items we have in-store!

Olympic Athletes, Kristin Armstrong and Ariel Torres karate + Lucerne Milk = 💪 #LegenDairyLucerne #GotMilk
07/27/2021

Olympic Athletes, Kristin Armstrong and Ariel Torres karate + Lucerne Milk = 💪 #LegenDairyLucerne #GotMilk

07/21/2021

Relish the (hot) dog days of summer with us! Happy #HotDogDay 😋🌭

Celebrate National Ice Cream Month with the newest flavor from Blue Bell, Coconut Cream Pie Ice Cream! The flavor is a r...
07/09/2021

Celebrate National Ice Cream Month with the newest flavor from Blue Bell, Coconut Cream Pie Ice Cream! The flavor is a rich, coconut French ice cream with flakes of coconut, tasty pie crust pieces and a whipped topping swirl loaded with toasted coconut. Enter our I Love Blue Bell Sweepstakes to win an Ice Cream Party for 20! https://woobox.com/7ykryd

Celebrate National Ice Cream Month with the newest flavor from Blue Bell, Coconut Cream Pie Ice Cream! The flavor is a rich, coconut French ice cream with flakes of coconut, tasty pie crust pieces and a whipped topping swirl loaded with toasted coconut. Enter our I Love Blue Bell Sweepstakes to win an Ice Cream Party for 20! https://woobox.com/7ykryd

We’ve been loving berry season! Are you as bonkers for berries as we are? #NationalBerryMonth
07/07/2021

We’ve been loving berry season! Are you as bonkers for berries as we are? #NationalBerryMonth

We’ve been loving berry season! Are you as bonkers for berries as we are? #NationalBerryMonth

07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day! ❤️🤍💙

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mandee Day, our Director of Communications. Mandee shares what this month means to...
06/21/2021

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mandee Day, our Director of Communications. Mandee shares what this month means to her and how asking questions and being a part of the conversation helps create a friendlier, more inclusive environment:

Pride month is an opportunity to celebrate love… loving who you love, authentically and genuinely — without judgement. A month to express how you feel in a way that would have, in earlier years, been a death sentence. It is the chance to learn more about the trials and tribulations of the LGBTQ community and generate an understanding that love should be created equal. It is, after all, the universal language.
Education is one of the biggest things I would recommend anyone do to get involved to help the LGBTQ+ community. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, be a part of the conversation and step up to defend and openly support anyone in the community. Seek to understand, listen to learn, and open your heart and mind to that which you would have otherwise turned a blind eye.
While we, as a company, have embraced diversity in many forms…this is one you can’t always see. You don’t always know, nor can you assume…but you can always show your support. Welcoming everyone to a conversation, fully…can make all the difference. If someone openly shares what their weekend was about and has the courage to share about their significant other – don’t let an awkward silence or sudden end to the conversation keep them from openly sharing again. Show an interest in learning more. Ask questions that allow you to engage in specific conversation with them again in the future. What seems like regular conversation to you is something they have side stepped for many years.
I hope in the future, love will conquer fear. I hope people will appreciate that love comes in all forms. We are not all the same…and that is the exact thing that makes humans so amazing…if we let it.

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mandee Day, our Director of Communications. Mandee shares what this month means to her and how asking questions and being a part of the conversation helps create a friendlier, more inclusive environment:

Pride month is an opportunity to celebrate love… loving who you love, authentically and genuinely — without judgement. A month to express how you feel in a way that would have, in earlier years, been a death sentence. It is the chance to learn more about the trials and tribulations of the LGBTQ community and generate an understanding that love should be created equal. It is, after all, the universal language.
Education is one of the biggest things I would recommend anyone do to get involved to help the LGBTQ+ community. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, be a part of the conversation and step up to defend and openly support anyone in the community. Seek to understand, listen to learn, and open your heart and mind to that which you would have otherwise turned a blind eye.
While we, as a company, have embraced diversity in many forms…this is one you can’t always see. You don’t always know, nor can you assume…but you can always show your support. Welcoming everyone to a conversation, fully…can make all the difference. If someone openly shares what their weekend was about and has the courage to share about their significant other – don’t let an awkward silence or sudden end to the conversation keep them from openly sharing again. Show an interest in learning more. Ask questions that allow you to engage in specific conversation with them again in the future. What seems like regular conversation to you is something they have side stepped for many years.
I hope in the future, love will conquer fear. I hope people will appreciate that love comes in all forms. We are not all the same…and that is the exact thing that makes humans so amazing…if we let it.

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1300 Airport Freeway
Bedford, TX
76022

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Monday 6am - 11pm
Tuesday 6am - 11pm
Wednesday 6am - 11pm
Thursday 6am - 11pm
Friday 6am - 11pm
Saturday 6am - 11pm
Sunday 6am - 11pm

Telephone

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