HEB opens its latest Dallas area grocery store in Frisco
The company's stores were largely in South and Central Texas, and Mexico, with a handful in North Texas. The giant Frisco operation will be 111,000 square feet.
It’s official: Frisco has its first HEB.
The Texas-based grocery giant born in Kerrville opened its 111,000-square-foot Frisco shop Wednesday morning.
Founded as a family grocery in 1905, HEB has expanded throughout the state, mostly in south and central Texas and Mexico.
But despite locations in Houston, San Antonio and Austin, the iconic Texas chain has somehow avoided much of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Initial news of the Frisco location — and another store set to open this year in Plano — led to a general freak-out on social media.
In addition to typical grocery food items, Frisco’s store also features products more routinely seen in its Central Market outlets along with a pharmacy.