Shaw’s supermarket was founded in 1860 by George C Shaw. Since the first store opened in Portland, Maine the company has quickly grew to become a popular destination for many and now employing approximately 25,000 associates in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. At your average Shaw’s store you can find including seafood, deli, bakery, meat, fresh produce, beer & wine, pharmacy and more.

If you haven’t already visited a Shaw’s supermarket then why not visit them online at where you can see the full range of products and services on offer including weekly ad, coupon codes and use the online store locator to find a Shaw’s near you.

What is the Shaw’s Listens survey about?

The Shaw’s survey was developed so the company can gain an insight to customer behaviors allowing them to continually improve the products and services on offer. If you have recently visited a Shaw’s store and would like to express your feedback whether it be good or bad then this is perfect for you. Shaw’s values it’s customers opinions and rest assured your survey results will be heard.

For taking a few minutes of your time to complete the survey, you can also enter the Shaw’s sweepstakes for your chance to win a $100 gift card to use at any Shaw’s store. (See sweepstakes rules here)

Before you begin you will need a PC or mobile device connected to the Internet and a valid receipt from your most recent purchase.

  • Visit the official Shaw’s Listens survey website at
  • Click begin survey and enter the security image to continue
  • Enter the code found on your receipt and Click next
  • Continue to answer all required questions as honest as possible.
  • Enter the sweepstakes for your chance to win the $100 gift card.
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  1. Shaws route 44 raynham ma: cashier-Lynne: This cashier was excellent. If, shaws had more cashiers like her, they couldn’t keep customers away. Most of the cashiers working there talk amongst themselves and not with the customer. They smile with each other, but, not with the customer. It’s been terrible. The man in the produce department is excellent too. Everyone else in this store needs customer service skills training, and consequences, if they don’t comply.


  2. I cannot access your customer satisfaction survey, I keep trying different web pages, but none of them work. What is wrong with your system?


  3. I live in Marion, MA which is pretty much lacking in stores of any kind. Shaw’s in Wareham is the closest grocery–tho there are options a bit farther away. Shaw’s is great. I am gluten free which makes shopping a little more difficult. However, this store has as many choices as the larger stores–without the 5 mile walk! The veggies are fresh and nicely displayed, the staff friendly and helpful and, the wait at the registers is usually minimal.
    Steffanee waited on me today and was engaging and helpful.
    Shaw’s is my store of choice in the area!


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