Tom Raley opens his first Raley’s Market in Placerville, CA.
Tom Raley opens stores in Sacramento, CA.
Tom Raley opens the nation’s first self-service meat counter.
Tom Raley “tears down the walls” between supermarkets and drug stores, creating the first “superstore.”
Raley’s headquarters opens in West Sacramento, CA.
Joyce Raley Teel, the daughter of Tom Raley, joins Raley’s.
Food For Families, Raley’s non-profit organization, is established to help feed the hungry.
Joyce Raley Teel and her husband, Jim Teel, become co-chairmen of Raley’s board of directors.
Joyce Raley Teel becomes Raley’s sole owner, after the loss of Tom Raley.
Bel Air Markets joins the Raley’s family of stores.
Raley’s opens a distribution center in North Natomas.
The first Food Source opens in Folsom, CA.
Michael Teel is named CEO of Raley’s.
Nob Hill Foods joins the Raley’s family of stores.
Raley’s launches its first online shopping service with our store in Benicia, CA.
Michael Teel returns as CEO of Raley’s.
Raley’s launches its Something Extra savings program.
The Raley’s Way is launched to encompass health and happiness.
Michael Teel becomes majority owner, beginning the company’s third generation of family ownership.
Raley’s eliminates the sale of tobacco products in grocery stores.
Raley’s stores enhance healthy items at the check stands, removing sugared beverages.
All stores offer free fruit for kids.
Raley’s sets new standard for cage-free private label eggs.
Raley’s eliminates artificially flavored private label brand sodas.
Raley’s awarded National Retailer of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
Raley’s sources 100% sustainable seafood.
Raley’s launches same-day grocery delivery.
Raley’s introduces Shelf Guide for customer education and label transparency.
Julie Teel joins Raley’s board of directors.
Raley’s expands footprint in Nevada with six additional stores.
Michael Teel opens new concept and specialty market, Market 5-ONE-5.