Vons Visit your neighborhood Vons located at 2938 Tapo Canyon Rd, Simi Valley, CA, 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! Need your groceries fast? We now offer Grocery Delivery and DriveUp & Go™ to cater to our shoppers' busy lives! Our floral department offers exclusive debi

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! Need your groceries fast? We now offer Grocery Delivery and DriveUp & Go™ to cater to our shoppers' busy lives! Our floral department offers exclusive debi

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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.”

09/06/2021

Kick back and relax for Labor Day 😌

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

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 🤩

08/05/2021

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!

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

Summer on with a creamy Caramel Ribbon Crunch or Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino®drink. Visit our Starbucks Café today....
07/21/2021

Summer on with a creamy Caramel Ribbon Crunch or Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino®drink. Visit our Starbucks Café today.☀️ http://ms.spr.ly/6185nZxqc

Summer on with a creamy Caramel Ribbon Crunch or Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappuccino®drink. Visit our Starbucks Café today.☀️ http://ms.spr.ly/6185nZxqc

07/21/2021

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

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.

06/20/2021

Happy Father’s Day! Say thanks to the dads in your life for all they do 🥰

June 19, 1865, is the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. Today we’re recognizing and celebrating ...
06/19/2021

June 19, 1865, is the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. Today we’re recognizing and celebrating the journey and contributions that Black Americans have made to this country. Happy Juneteenth!

June 19, 1865, is the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. Today we’re recognizing and celebrating the journey and contributions that Black Americans have made to this country. Happy Juneteenth!

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mona Yoo, an Employee Relations Manager and an active member in the company’s loca...
06/11/2021

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mona Yoo, an Employee Relations Manager and an active member in the company’s local and national Pride Alliance group. Mona shares what this month means to her and how compassion and speaking up help ensure a future of equal rights for all. Trigger warning: depression, su***de.

I come from a very traditional Korean family. When I came out at the age of 16, I was told it was not acceptable and considered unnatural. Also, while growing up in the 90s, there were tragedies around the LGBTQ+ community to include the passing of Matthew Shepard and Brandon Teena, which showed just how dangerous it could be for the LGBTQ+ community; this created fears that still linger today.
Like many LGBTQ+ youths, I was faced with depression that led to attempting to take my own life; luckily, I did not succeed. Since then, I have come a long way and have come to learn that there is nothing wrong with me. I’ve learned to be proud of who I am and have committed to living my best authentic life. Here I am, almost 23-years later, where my wife and I are welcoming a baby girl into our family. Life is good!
PRIDE month is a chance for our LGBTQ+ counterparts and allies to celebrate how far we’ve come at the sacrifice and the persistence of those before us who paved the way for the LGBTQ+ community. While our country has made great strides in LGBTQ+ rights, there is still much work to be done. My hope for the future is equal rights for all.

If you’re thinking about su***de, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. National Su***de Hotline: 800-273-8255

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Mona Yoo, an Employee Relations Manager and an active member in the company’s local and national Pride Alliance group. Mona shares what this month means to her and how compassion and speaking up help ensure a future of equal rights for all. Trigger warning: depression, su***de.

I come from a very traditional Korean family. When I came out at the age of 16, I was told it was not acceptable and considered unnatural. Also, while growing up in the 90s, there were tragedies around the LGBTQ+ community to include the passing of Matthew Shepard and Brandon Teena, which showed just how dangerous it could be for the LGBTQ+ community; this created fears that still linger today.
Like many LGBTQ+ youths, I was faced with depression that led to attempting to take my own life; luckily, I did not succeed. Since then, I have come a long way and have come to learn that there is nothing wrong with me. I’ve learned to be proud of who I am and have committed to living my best authentic life. Here I am, almost 23-years later, where my wife and I are welcoming a baby girl into our family. Life is good!
PRIDE month is a chance for our LGBTQ+ counterparts and allies to celebrate how far we’ve come at the sacrifice and the persistence of those before us who paved the way for the LGBTQ+ community. While our country has made great strides in LGBTQ+ rights, there is still much work to be done. My hope for the future is equal rights for all.

If you’re thinking about su***de, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. National Su***de Hotline: 800-273-8255

We love berries of all shapes, colors, and sizes! Shop fresh in store every day and get your sweet on 😋🍓
06/07/2021

We love berries of all shapes, colors, and sizes! Shop fresh in store every day and get your sweet on 😋🍓

We love berries of all shapes, colors, and sizes! Shop fresh in store every day and get your sweet on 😋🍓

06/04/2021

It’s a sweet day to stop by the bakery! 🍩

06/02/2021

It’s Rotisserie Chicken Day! Pick up a Signature Café® or an Open Nature® whole roasted chicken from the Deli department today 🍗

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Chris Colombana, our Vice President of Merchandising Systems and Integration, as w...
06/01/2021

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Chris Colombana, our Vice President of Merchandising Systems and Integration, as well as our chairperson of the national Pride Alliance group for Albertsons Companies. Chris shares what this month means to him and how through honest, open conversation, we can usher in a new, fresh perspective in the minds and hearts of others:

I actually faced very few challenges coming out when I was young. However, it’s taken most of my adult life to feel comfortable in my own skin, so the whole concept of “bringing one’s whole self to work” resonates strongly with me, as for many years I really didn’t. I no longer waste energy worrying about those that would reject me based on this one aspect of who I am. Having supportive family, friends and co-workers has made all the difference.

I would like to see Americans reset their perspectives and remember how much more we have in common than that which divides us. I hope that LGBTQ+ equality becomes a reality and something that no longer has to be fought for but is commonplace. That we meet a day where we look back on a past where Americans tried to stifle the voices and limit the rights of their brothers and sisters, and it seems abstract and absurd. That we see hatred and bigotry shrink back out of our daily lives, that discriminatory speech and actions once again become socially unacceptable.

To celebrate Pride Month, we spoke to Chris Colombana, our Vice President of Merchandising Systems and Integration, as well as our chairperson of the national Pride Alliance group for Albertsons Companies. Chris shares what this month means to him and how through honest, open conversation, we can usher in a new, fresh perspective in the minds and hearts of others:

I actually faced very few challenges coming out when I was young. However, it’s taken most of my adult life to feel comfortable in my own skin, so the whole concept of “bringing one’s whole self to work” resonates strongly with me, as for many years I really didn’t. I no longer waste energy worrying about those that would reject me based on this one aspect of who I am. Having supportive family, friends and co-workers has made all the difference.

I would like to see Americans reset their perspectives and remember how much more we have in common than that which divides us. I hope that LGBTQ+ equality becomes a reality and something that no longer has to be fought for but is commonplace. That we meet a day where we look back on a past where Americans tried to stifle the voices and limit the rights of their brothers and sisters, and it seems abstract and absurd. That we see hatred and bigotry shrink back out of our daily lives, that discriminatory speech and actions once again become socially unacceptable.

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2938 Tapo Canyon Rd
Simi Valley, CA
93063

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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

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