A: We sure do.


A: Yep.


A: Yes, bulk it up! Take your container to a cashier on the way in and have them weigh the empty container. They’ll give you a tare weight and then subtract the tare weight from the weight of the delicious product you buy when you check out. We only offer this option in our bulk section as of now.


A: Lots of them! We particularly dig the Tofurky Italian Style Sausage. Trust us, you should try it. We also carry plenty of vegetarian options as well.


A: You can order the whole shebang delivered right to your door with Lucky’s Market Delivers. We do not ship products, but do offer local grocery delivery.


A: Simply fill out this form and select “Become a Vendor.”


A: You can browse all open jobs here.


A: Head to our Community Impact page.


A: We do sell gift cards. They are only sold in our stores at this time.


A: Please call your local store to have a team member perform a balance inquiry.


A: Yes… all of our meat (beef, chicken, turkey and pork) in our Meat Departments are third-party audited to certify humane handling. Certified Humane is one organization that certifies our meats.


A: While we offer a great selection of organic produce, we offer conventional produce to ensure you have access to a variety of affordable options. When most people today do not get their 3 to 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day, we feel it is important to have this full selection of produce items and competitive prices for our customers – giving healthy options to all.


A: Knowing where your food comes from is the first step in a happy healthy lifestyle, with or without GMOs.
We have Genetically Modified Organisms in our crosshairs, but we need the help of the government and producers to pull the trigger. We’re excited to see advances made to product labeling, but we’re hoping for more.


A: Heck yes. Doesn’t it taste sooo much better? That’s why we offer a lot of it. The cows are never fed antibiotics or added growth hormones.


A: We’ve got options, a lot of which have Never Ever been treated with hormones. Look for the “Never Ever” sticker on the product.