Raley’s corporate office is located in West Sacramento, Ca.
Tom P. Raley opened his first Raley’s grocery store in 1935 in Placerville, Ca.
Joyce Raley Teel, Tom P. Raley’s daughter, took the helm in 1991 after the loss of Tom P. Raley.
In 2015, Raley’s entered the third generation of family ownership. Michael Teel, the grandson of Raley’s founder Tom Raley, leads the chain as CEO and Chairman of the Board.
Raley’s owns and operates 126 grocery stores, including:
21 Bel Air Markets
20 Nob Hill Foods
5 Food Source stores
1 Sak N’ Save
Raley’s offers pump rewards at Anabi’s Aisle 1 Fuel Stations in California and Nevada.
With approximately 11,500 employees, Raley’s is the largest family-owned company in the greater Sacramento region.
Raley’s pays competitive wages and offers excellent benefits to its employees.
The average number of full-time and part-time employees per store is 100.
Raley’s Food for Families is a non-profit that aims to end hunger locally by providing fresh and healthy food to those who need it most. Vendors, customers, Raley’s team members, and their partners support Raley’s in their mission to nourish the health and well-being of the communities they serve. Raley’s covers the administrative costs of the non-profit, so 100 percent of the donations go to providing healthy food to local food bank partners.