In February 1986, a Mexican family opened a small store in Houston, not only for sales, they were also looking to serve the Hispanic community that most people hadn’t noticed.
With the support from all the family, they made sure the business kept growing, creating employments, services, values and products never seen before in the Texas community.
The first few stores opened in Houston, but it was evident that Hispanics were arriving each and every day and to many other cities. That’s why La Michoacana Meat Market™ started to expand on size, variety of products and services.
Thanks to this, as of today, we are about 140 stores. The majority of the stores are in Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio; but you will also find us in many small cities where Hispanics are working hard like Corpus Christi, Lufkin, Bryan and Valley of Texas.
We will never forgot our origins… nor that our main focus is our meats, fresh, juicy prepared as our customers please and Hispanic meat cuts just as we like!.
Today we give thanks to our customers, to all our family members, to our employees, vendors and to this great country, who has allowed us to be the biggest chain of Hispanic supermarket in the United States.
Flexible work schedules
Paid Time Off
Perks: Partner discounts on Dell computer products, Amigo Energy, Money transfer with Barri
We have great employment opportunities
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Teresita, originally from San Luis Potosi, adds value to our stores by showing versatility in managing personnel, products and the store administration.
Her ability to work with people makes her stand out.
She gets along well with everyone, so much so that employees, suppliers and customers are constantly looking for her input.
Her big smile increases her leadership skills by handling adversities with calm and grace.
Thank you, Teresita!
La Michoacana Meat Market™
5712 West Little York 77091
Christmas week is one of the busiest weeks at the store. It was during this week that a lady contacted me, and with tears in her eyes, she wanted to thank an increadible act of kindness that had happened involving one of our employees.So she went into our store with her made-from-scratch tamales shopping list. She decided to shop at La Michoacana Meat Market because of the prices, since her family had been hhaving some tought times.[See more]