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Bashas Corporate Office Headquarters

How To Contact Bashas Corporate Office Headquarters

22402 S. Basha Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85248 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-480-895-9350
Fax Number: 1-480-895-5371
Customer Service Number: 1-800-755-7292


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  1. I just had the WORST shopping experience in my life. 7:00 I went to the Bashas store in Lake Havasu City to get my weekly groceries. The store was being stocked and that is fine except there was so much stock on the floor you couldn't push a buggy through so I was walking the aisles and carrying what I needed to my buggy. I kept loosing my buggy in the mess and wasted a lot of time. The final straw was the aisle I couldn't even walk down without stepping over boxes. Two men were stocking and I said "This is ridiculous! You need to at least leave room to walk. One guy said I'm sorry we just got a big load in. I said I'm sorry too, I'm sorry I ever came here. I finally found most of what I wanted. I asked the checker for a comment card and she couldn't find any so I asked to speak to a manager and there wasn't one on duty. This was the most pathetic mess I have ever seen and I have been acquainted with the grocery industry for 43 years so I know what should go on there. SHOP LOCALLY Really? Why? Bonnie Ford

  2. I've been shopping at the Camp Verde Bashas for several years. It has been my favorite grocery store and have considered it MY store. I think the health food section is pretty good for a small store and the deli folks are really kind and the service is great. I often buy food at the deli and eat it there in the nice seating area. But evidently, Bashas has instituted a policy that you can't sit in the eating area for more than an hour. I was unaware of the new policy when for probably the first time ever, I sat there for more than an hour waiting for the rain to subside. I have a leak in my truck and I try not driving it in the rain. I was asked to leave! I was horrified. I had never been asked to leave a place before. The eating areas has about 12 tables and it is never full. At the time, there was only one other person sitting at a table. I would understand the new policy if the seating area was always full to allow other customers to sit, but this is a small town. I have never seen it full or even close to it. I have witnessed personnel tell other customers to leave as well. They don't like it any more than I did. It strikes me as quite unnecessary, rude and denigrating. When I've asked personnel who set the new policy, I never get an answer. No one knows WHO, so there's no one to talk with about it. My whole feeling about Bashas has now changed. When I eat there, I'm no longer relaxed and at home. It's the only grocery store in Camp Verde so I still come here, but if there were another store nearby, I'd probably not shop here any more. Why? Can someone tell me WHY this policy has been put in place? What possible good PR comes of this?

  3. I have been buying pizzas at Bashas in Eagar Arizona 85925 for some time I really do enjoy the pizzas but as of lately I have not been able to do that.so when I call and ask the store manage ( Seth ) he has given every excuse from to many workers have called in sick to that's the new deli hours so what are the deli hours for this store. I also find it odd that you would close this part of your store it sure would be nice to know the truth but if that's the case ill go to safeway

  4. I've been employed with bashas store #78. The managers there are the worse. Especially the store director Nadia Kane. She is very much rude and very unprofessional. How is she even the store director? The experience I've had working with her was so unsettling so uncomfortable I didn't even want to be there on shifts I shared with her. She is not only rude to her employees but also to her customers. She'll snap at them for asking a "ridiculous" question. Her and a few of the other managers will lie for each other. They come in 30 minutes or an hour late. I never see them clock in and out at the time clock. They go straight to the office. And they hardly ever come out. Even when you call for a cashier back up they get upset for having to help, or they don't come out at all. Then you're the one they agure with cause you don't "call" for help. She favors relatives or close friends. That store does need a lot of updates. There are some items that are so dusty it's disgusting. I felt so embarrassed working there and selling items to customers. The floors are disappearing in places. During the summer there are flies everywhere. I've had outdated items the customers handed me at times. The potatoes almost always seem rotted. For the new employees the hours are cut but for the ones who have been there the longest they make their 40 hours a week. The most I've made working there was 25. That's when I got lucky. So much needs to be done about this store and the director. She once has made a comment about her employee say, and in her words "I should just have more kids so I don't have to show up for my shift too" talking about a cashier who couldn't make it in cause she was having babysitter problems. Almost every cashier works hard there. She doesn't recognize the effort. She seems to only wants Guinea pigs, people who'll bow down and do as she says. She don't seem to have any morals. Again how is she the store director….

  5. It's pretty sad when you go into a Bashas store and the manager can make YOU FEEL VERY UNCOMFORTABLE as a customer. I feel like I am being WATCHED!!!!! They should really take the time to think about who manages their stores. I hope they take the time to read the complaint statements and apologize for the manager who is in the wrong by making me feel this way!!!!!

  6. I have been shopping at the Power & McDowell Store ever since it opened. Their crab salad was the best of all the other stores in the area. I told all my friends about it & they all were going there to buy it. The other day I went in to get some & one of the employees working in the meat dept. told me they changed the recipe. They added cabbage , carrotts & onions to the crab salad!!! IF I WANT COLESLAW , I WILL BUY COLESLAW!! IF I WANT CRAB SALAD I WANT CRAB SALAD. NOT THE 2 MIXED TOGETHER & THE SAME PRICE THAT THE CRAB SALAD WAS!!! DOES THIS SEEM FAIR??? Also that store has had a lot of remodeling , but no new handicap riding carts. The ones that are there need to be thrown away or totally refurbished!!! Thank you for listening.

  7. Eddie Basha must be doing cartwheels in his grave… poor Eddie.. the store which I shop at (for 37 years) is going down hill so fast, its sad.. prices are so high, and shelves are empty .. Their bakery though is still the best store bakery there is in Arizona… especially the breads…The Mgr is a nice guy but what ever I ask its like we will try.. guess what ?? NOTHING its not my Bashas anymore I am forced to go to Frys.. Bashas in becoming Safeway…soooo sad!!!!!!

  8. We have been shopping at B as has for 25 yrs because of the beef quality. I don't know who is making the decisions lately, but it has gone down hill in both the prepackaged and counter. My father-in-law was in Mgr of a meat counter and meat cutter in Mi. and my grandfather was a meat inspecter, so I know what I'm eating, and it is old dairy cow. If you are trying to bankrupt Bashas by doing this, you are doing an excellent job. Is this just going on in the 75 ave and Thunderbird store or is it a state wide policy?

  9. Well, I am writing for a third time regarding 2 previous complaints dated June 5, 2015 and July 12, 2015. The deli manager from store #120 is leaving and the "lead" person, Kathleen, has been up to her same tricks. Calling out quite frequently without any apparent illness, leaving before her shift ends, taking multiple smoke breaks, and stopping her duties at least 2 hours prior to the end of her shift and when someone else comes in for their shift. This creates a backlog of work imposed on the night shift, a bad morale situation and other staff members thinking that they could do the same thing. This situation has been brought up multiple times to the manager that is now leaving, but has fallen on deaf ears. Store managers know of the situation but choose to overlook it as well. AS previously stated, there is always something to do in the deli, but she will say, "Oh that's a night shift job" or "I've already finished my job, I'm tired". I would like to pick and chose what jobs I want to do too, as does everyone else. This is what we hear when we start our evening shifts. What does it take to get someone to look into this?? If someone from the night shift said, "I've finished my duties, I'm going home" we'd never hear the end of it or perhaps be fired right on the spot. WHY IS THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR TOLLERATED FROM A "LEAD" PERSON WHO WAS ONCE A DELI MANAGER (and stepped down because she couldn't handle it). WE ARE ALL GETTING TIRED OF BASHA'S NOT HANDLING THIS SITUATION. IT IS INFURIATING TO SAY THE LEAST. We need new blood!! Lots of people still need jobs and are willing to work. We don't need a non-worker. We all get along well except with the afore mentioned person, who manages to start of all of our shifts on a bad note. Everyone else is afraid to say anything. I have had this conversation with her and nothing has changed. Please understand that I enjoy doing what I do but this whole situation makes it hard to stay positive. Thank you for listening.

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