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Hy-Vee - Iowa City > Coralville > Cedar Rapids > Marion

HyVeeMission Statement

Making lives easier, healthier, happier.

The Hy-Vee Story

In 1930, Charles Hyde and David Vredenburg opened a small general store in Beaconsfield, Iowa. That store grew to become Hy-Vee – a company known for excellent service and reasonable prices. As an employee-owned company, Hy-Vee encourages each of its more than 70,000 employees to help guide the company. Its eight decades of outstanding success is a testament to those employees’ hard work and dedication to the vision of its founders. Today, Hy-Vee is synonymous with quality, variety, value and superior customer service. Its slogan, "A Helpful Smile in Every Aisle," expresses the foundation of the company’s operating philosophy.

Hy-Vee is a touchstone for its customers’ desire for information on diet, nutrition and wellness topics. The company’s commitment to healthy lifestyles is evidenced by ever-growing HealthMarket departments featuring natural and organic products, the consulting services of in-store dietitians and chefs, the NuVal Nutritional Scoring System, and consumer and employee wellness programs. The company also sponsors the annual Hy-Vee Triathlon for professional and amateur athletes, the Hy-Vee Road Races during Drake Relays weekend, and a series of kids’ triathlons and road races for youngsters every summer.

With sales of more than $8 billion annually, Hy-Vee ranks among the top 25 supermarket chains and the top 50 private companies in the United States. Its 235 stores are located in eight Midwestern states: Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Distribution centers are in Chariton, Iowa, and Cherokee, Iowa, with a third perishable operation in Ankeny, Iowa. Hy-Vee’s corporate office is located in West Des Moines, Iowa. Its campus includes a 12,000-square-foot conference center for meetings, training and continuing education programs.


Lantern Park Plaza

1914 8th Street
Coralville, Iowa
Main: 319-351-5523
Pharmacy: 319-351-3880
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Iowa City #3

1201 North Dodge Street
Iowa City, Iowa
Main: 319-354-9223
Pharmacy: 319-337-6310
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Iowa City #1
Hy-Vee South

1720 Waterfront Drive
Iowa City, Iowa
Main: 319-354-7601
Pharmacy: 319-354-7121
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Iowa City Hy-Vee Drugstore

310 North 1st Avenue
Iowa City, Iowa
Main: 319-337-6424
Pharmacy: 319-351-2921
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Iowa City #2
Hy-Vee East

812 South First Avenue
Iowa City, Iowa
Main: 319-338-9758
Pharmacy: 319-337-4279
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Bread Garden Market - Iowa City

Bread Garden MarketIt’s not called the Bread Garden Market by accident, and there is no flavor combination too adventurous for our fresh baked artisan breads. Pan loaves, brioche buns, Italian baguettes, it’s all here! What’s ours is yours, and your pastries and cookies are made daily by culinary trained pastry chefs and prepared with the highest quality ingredients.

Bread Menu

Meet us at the Market


Downtown Iowa City
225 South Linn Street


We have our own parking located off of the S. Linn St. entrance.  We are also located next to the Dubuque St. Parking ramp, your first hour is free.


phone: 319-354-4246



John's Grocery - Iowa City

Johns groceryJohn’s Grocery has been integral to the history of Iowa City since John Alberhasky bought the grocery business in 1948.  But the history of the building goes back a century further.  In fact, the State of Iowa itself is only two years older than 401 E.Market Street, which was built in 1848.  Since then the building has been a grocery store, an apartment building, a saloon, a barbershop, a fire station, office space, and even a factory for the Ernste Manufacturing Company.

No matter the variation, the building has always functioned as a service to the community.  We honor that history by continuing to provide Iowa City and surrounding communities with great products and service. 

Deli & Bakery

Cocktails & Spirits


Store Hours
Sunday: 9am to 12am
Monday - Thursday: 7:30am to 12am
Friday - Saturday: 7:30am to 2am

Contact Us
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (319) 337-2183
401 E. Market St. Iowa City, IA




New Pioneer Food Co-op - Coralville > Iowa City > Cedar Rapids

New PioneerWelcome to a world of organic foods you can trust, and people who share your values.

We believe you can do good for your body, the environment, and Iowa’s economy when you shop your community-owned co-op. Not only do you get fresh, nutritious produce and meat, but you can rest easier knowing your purchases of organic, sustainable, local, and Fair Trade products are working to build a brighter future.

New Pioneer’s founders were committed to environmental stewardship and sought food that was naturally delicious and healthful. Today we maintain those same commitments, and over 31,000 community members own a share in this grocery store that reflects their values.

Owner or not, everyone’s welcome to shop with us.

Local & Organic Pioneers

For over forty years, we’ve promoted and supported organic food production, free of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, and local and organic farmers. Our vision of sustainable agriculture is foods free of chemical residue and air, earth, and groundwater free of agricultural contaminants.

More Than a Grocery Store

“Co-ops are independent, locally controlled organizations created for the benefit of their owners. As a consumer-owned and democratically governed organization, New Pioneer can focus on things other than just profit generation.

The Co-op supports numerous community and school gardens, funds full-time staff for education and outreach, pays fair prices to local farmers, and supports benefits for employees well above the grocery industry norm. Co-operatives don’t simply appear different, thanks to some image makeover – they fundamentally are different.” – Matt Hartz, New Pi General Manager

Iowa City
22 S. Van Buren
Iowa City, IA 52240
(319) 338-9441
Open 7AM-10PM Daily

1101 2nd St.
Coralville, IA 52241
(319) 358-5513
Open 7AM-10PM Daily

Cedar Rapids - Now Open!
3338 Center Point Road NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
(319) 365-2632
Open 8AM-9PM Daily





Lucky's Market - Iowa City

Lucky's MarketBecause you’re always on the go, you’ll enjoy our quality, fresh produce from a wide range of local farms all across the region. Our extensive organic, specialty and gluten free selections are available throughout the year, along with top branded items our guests want for their families. This means you enjoy the convenience of a truly one-stop shopping destination! Come on in and see why we really believe in Good Food for All! From all of us at Lucky’s Market Iowa City, we look forward to seeing you soon!

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1668 Sycamore St., Iowa City, IA. 52240

Phone:  319-359-1902

Store Hours:  7:00am - 11:00pm, seven days a week



Fareway Stores, Inc. - Iowa City > North Liberty > Cedar Rapids

FarewayFareway Values 

All Fareway employees strive to uphold our company values each and every day:

Providing fresh, high quality meat and produce

Treating our customers like family and taking pride in delighting them with:

  • Remarkably clean stores
  • Personalized service
  • Efficient shopping and checkout
  • Low, competitive prices

Valuing our dedicated employees beyond measure and firmly believing they are the reason for our success

Supporting and partnering with local businesses, communities and farmers

Donating time and resources to charitable organizations both large and small

Caring about the health of our planet and use eco-friendly practices at our stores

Holding family values in the highest regard

Demonstrating integrity, fairness and honesty in our relationships with customers, employees, vendors and suppliers

The value of a day of rest

Fareway's policy of closing on Sunday has been in place for as long as our company has been in existence. In this go-go-go 24/7 world, many of our customers have asked why we continue to do so.

The idea of resting on Sunday is something in which our founder, Paul S. Beckwith, firmly believed-in part because of his religious beliefs, in part because of a story told to him by his father.

Paul's father was a pioneer who traveled to the new territory by wagon train. Some of the pioneers were in a great hurry so they drove on every day, leaving behind those who stopped for a day of rest and worship. Weeks passed, and as the settlers continued to move westward, the families who had taken Sunday off began to catch up with those who had pushed ahead-only to find broken-down wagons, lame animals and weary people. Paul's father told him he decided right then and there that the Bible was right; neither man nor beast was made to work seven days a week.

Area Locations:
3717 1st Avenue SE, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 52403
4220 16th Avenue S.W., CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 52404
885 Edgewood Road, HIAWATHA, IA 52233
2530 Westwinds Drive, IOWA CITY, IA 52246
2765 Commerce Drive, IOWA CITY, IA 52240
615 Westwood Drive, PO 96, NORTH LIBERTY, IA 52317
3300 10th Avenue, MARION, IA 52302

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