Fred Meyer EDI Compliance

Fred Meyer was one of the first companies to introduce the idea of combining a grocery store with a drugstore in 1922 when it was established. Owned by Kroger, the company is geographically focused with stores that are located in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska.

Fred Meyer offers a wide variety of grocery store products as well as drugstore products, clothing, shoes, jewelry, home decorations, gardening supplies, electronics, toys, and sporting goods.

EDI documents are transmitted over a VAN (Value Added Network). Below are the EDI document types and labels that are required by Fred Meyer and which have been fully verified by CovalentWorks for accurate compliance with Fred Meyer’s EDI specifications.

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Fred Meyer EDI Requirements

Fred Meyer suppliers use several label types when a purchase order is fulfilled. They include:

SDQ (Store Destination Quantity) PO

SDQ PO with Division

Standard PO with Division

Here is a sample of a label:

Fred Meyer Barcode Shipping Label Examples

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