One of the most iconic brands in the Lonestar State is H-E-B Texas Grocery and its easy to see why. And now H-E-B has expanded its brand, reach, and commitment to North Texas with the addition of its newest store, H-E-B Hudson Oaks.
Built by EMJ Construction, the 80,000-square-foot store, located at 100 Hudson Oaks Drive, is a shopping destination with a top-quality product assortment at H-E-B’s celebrated low prices.
Designed in a rural Texas style, the store offers world-class shopping with an emphasis on fresh, quality food options and innovative services that allow customers to choose how they shop, pay for and receive their products. This includes the addition of a H-E-B Curbside with covered parking and digital services the retailer continues to rollout across Texas, which allow customers to place orders online for pickup at the store or delivery to their homes.
“Our North Texas stores continue to flourish, and the Hudson Oaks store will allow us to answer the long-standing call for a store in this community,” said Leslie Sweet, H-E-B Director of Public Affairs.
Highlights of the H-E-B Hudson Oaks store include:
- H-E-B Curbside with covered parking and H-E-B Home Delivery
- Pharmacy with drive-thru service
- A produce section with expanded local and organic selections
- Full-service fresh food departments including bakery, deli, meat and fish markets
- Scratch Bakery and Tortillería
- Expanded seafood and meat sections
- Fresh meat market
- Deli counter
- Cheese shop
- Extensive beer and wine selections
- Cooking Connection
- Fresh sushi
- H-E-B Meal Simple
- Healthy Living department with bulk foods
- Blooms floral department
- Texas Backyard featuring plants, pottery and grills
- Self-Checkout lanes
- An eight-pump fuel station with ultra-efficient car wash
The sustainably-built store has incorporated several features to conserve resources such as LED lighting in parking lot, wind break walls at entry ways to help keep out the elements and remote control of energy systems to reduce energy consumption.
“Nothing represents Texas, or a commitment to customers and quality like H-E-B said George Heath, Vice President, EMJ Construction. “As Texans, we were excited that H-E-B expanded its reach in North Texas. That’s why we are honored to have been a part of the Hudson Oaks project, and what it will mean to the community and region.”
With sales of $26 billion, operates 400 stores in Texas and Mexico. Known for its innovation and community service, H-E-B celebrates its 114th anniversary this year. Based in San Antonio, H-E-B employs over 110,000 Partners in Texas and Mexico and serves millions of customers in more than 300 communities.