942 Valley Creek Dr, Farmington, MO 63640
"Schnucks is a progressive, family-owned supermarket retailer with 100 stores in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin. Corporate headquarters are located in St. Louis, Missouri.
In 1939, Edwin (Pop) and Anna (Mom) Schnuck started a small confectionery in North St. Louis. For over 75 years, the Schnuck family has been committed to bringing quality fresh foods, value, variety and service to the communities we serve. Our customers are our reason for being, that's how we've grown into one of the leading regional supermarket chains.
As a full-service supermarket, Schnucks offers you the best selections, service and savings. Discover fabulous foods including fresh produce, top-quality meat and seafood, delicious prepared foods from our Deli and fresh baked goods. Enjoy one-stop shopping conveniences including our full-service Florist Shop and Pharmacy.
We're proud of our community service including our eScrip Fundraising Card Program where customers shop and a percentage of the total goes to support the school or non-profit group of their choice.
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Phone: (573) 664-5204
Phone: (573) 664-5202
Phone: (314) 994-4400
Black Pearl Award For Food Safety by International Association for Food Protection, 2009
Pharmacy Chain of the Year by Drug Topics Magazine, 2008
Paraquad Accessible St. Louis Award, 2012
Independent Retailer of the Year by Grocery Headquarters Magazine, 2010
The Schnuck family honored as 2010 Citizen of the Year by St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper
Schnucks Farmington Pharmacy
The manager is pretty decent but the checkers at the front are very snobby especially through self-check. And your self check machine (every time you turn the bag section around the machine goes berserk like you're stealing something) really makes us customers feel trusted. Not!! I hate the machines but I also would rather go to fight the self check machine than to fight the snobby people behind the registers. The assistant manager at night is the worst she thinks she's all that and then some and she's very lazy. The men that put things on the shelves are very nice you ask them for something and they work a little bit harder to find it unlike the females up at front if you ask them something they kind of just snub you off and don't care. And your prices are little bit more pricier then the other stores but your store is very much cleaner and more organized. If you guys would lower the prices and take out the snobs I think there'd be a lot more customers come up your way. People that go there don't want to have to put up with the high prices the bad machines and now the snobs nobody wants that. I know I don't.