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Welcome to The Publix Checkout — Beyond the Aisles with Your Favorite Supermarket.
The Publix Checkout blog was created with you in mind. We wanted to create a fresh and inspiring way to engage with you – our customers. We’re excited to take you beyond the aisles to show you why we’re more than just a store!

When you come to The Publix Checkout, you’ll enjoy informative posts about delicious recipes, community initiatives, sustainability ideas, and tips to help you with topics ranging from holiday entertaining to health and wellness. In addition, company experts contribute their knowledge to posts about the services we provide, the products we sell, and the people behind them.

One of the many lessons learned from our founder George Jenkins, is “Invest in Others”.  This is a philosophy we continue to implement today. Making connections and building relationships with our customers are two of the ways we invest in others and support our mission of being the premier quality food retailer in the world, and The Publix Checkout is just the place to do that.

We want to continue connecting with you, and can’t wait for you to join the conversation.

We welcome your questions & comments. For any general requests or comments that are unrelated to blog content featured here, please visit the Contact Us page on our website to ensure all are addressed.

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Aijana W.

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If you love to read about ways to use your favorite products and foods in surprising ways, Aijana W. is going to be the blogger to watch. A member of the Publix family since 2014, Aijana loves to explore the diverse corners of social media and hopes you leave our blog with great ideas as well as a better sense of who Publix is as a company. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, dancing, trying new restaurants, and of course – eating Publix GreenWise Salted Caramel Ice Cream!

9 Comments on “Welcome to The Publix Checkout!

  1. Melissa Jones

    I went to the Publix at the Shoppes at Peacher’s Mill today. As I was walking in, I saw a customer having problems with his car; the battery had died. An employee went and got his own car and jumped the the customers car. This is the second time I have seen an incident such as this where the employees are going out of their way to help a customer in the parking lot with their car. I was able to take a picture of the event, but cannot find where on your site or fb I can post it.

    1. Aijana W.Aijana W.

      Hi Melissa. We love hearing stories of associates going above and beyond. You can post your photos on our Facebook wall or even send a message through Facebook. Thanks for stopping by our blog!

  2. Rebecca Grimes

    My hubby works for Publix, we use to live in Lakeland Fl area but Publix moved us up to Myrtle Beach SC almost two years ago to open new stores, but oh my goodness for almost one year I had to suffer without a Publix to shop at , there is truly no other grocery store around the Myrtle Beach SC area that carries the freshest fruit & freshest cuts of meat , please don’t even get me started on customer service . I was totally shocked at the lack of customer service at the competitors stores
    Guess living in Florida with tons of Publix stores just had me spoiled .
    So happy we now have two stores open on Myrtle Beach with more to come!!!

  3. Laurence Lassiter

    Love Publix especially my local store at Thomas Drive, Panama City Beach , FL

    Just wish Publix would carry more No Sodium or Low Sodium products.

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