Grocery Stores in Omaha

By: Ryan Renner, Realtor
By: Ryan Renner, Realtor

I have helped many families moving to Omaha. Contact me if you have any questions about the Omaha area or need help buying a home.

Here are some of the popular grocery stores in the Omaha area. We have no shortage of options.

Baker’s Supermarkets (Kroger)

Baker’s Supermarkets have been an Omaha institution for over 50 years.

The Kroger Company purchased Baker’s in 2004. They kept the Baker’s name because it is so well known.


Hy-Vee Grocery Store in Omaha, Nebraska

If you are moving to Omaha from the coasts, you may have never heard of Hy-Vee. Hy-Vee is a large supermarket chain in the midwest. The company has 237 stores throughout Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

There are 13 Hy-Vee stores scattered throughout the Omaha area.


Target has 6 locations in Omaha, 1 in Papillion, and 1 in Bellevue.

A couple of these stores are “Super Targets” with a large grocery selection. There are also smaller Target stores in the area offering a limited grocery selection.


Just like Target, Walmart has several locations in the Omaha area that offer grocery options.

Walmart also has several Neighborhood Markets that are stand-alone grocery stores.


Omaha has two Costco stores and a third one opening in 2024.

Sam’s Club

The Omaha area has 3 Sam’s Club locations (1 in Council Bluffs and 2 in Omaha).

Whole Foods

Yes, Omaha has a Whole Foods grocery store. It’s located right off 100th and Dodge (near Westroads Mall and Regency Court).

Whole Foods Grocery Store in Omaha, Nebraska

Trader Joes

Fans of Trader Joes can rejoice. Omaha has one Trader Joes store that’s located in One Pacific Place – not too far from Whole Foods.


Aldi has seven grocery stores in Omaha and one in Bellevue.

Aldi Grocery Store in Omaha, Nebraska

Other Grocery Stores

Omaha has a few additional grocery stores like Natural Grocers, Family Fare, and Fareway Foods.

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Ryan Renner - Omaha Relocation Guide

My name is Ryan Renner and I’m a real estate agent in Omaha. I’ve helped many families relocate to Omaha. While helping people relocate, I would get similar questions over and over again. This site addresses many of those questions and more.

Reach out to me if you are moving to Omaha and need help.