5750 E. Lovers Ln.
Dallas TX 75206
214-234-7000

STORE HOURS
Mon-Sun, 8am-10pm

CAFE
Mon-Sun, 8am-9pm
(Currently open at limited capacity)

CATERING
214-361-5577
Mon-Sun, 8am-7pm

CURBSIDE & DELIVERY
Mon-Sun, 8am-10pm

CURBSIDE & DELIVERY SUPPORT HOURS
214-241-1107
Mon-Sun, 8am-6pm 
support@centralmarkethelp.zendesk.com

Important Information REGARDING COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, our H-E-B and Central Market family of more than 120,000 Partners has not gone unaffected. A Partner who was confirmed positive for COVID-19 was last in this store on April 3, 2021. All directly affected Partners at the location have been notified and the store has been deep cleaned and sanitized multiple times since then. At our stores, we continue to enforce proper social distancing practices, strict sanitation and require the use of masks or facial covering by all our Partners and vendors. For the latest company news concerning our coronavirus efforts, visit newsroom.heb.com.

As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, our H-E-B and Central Market family of more than 120,000 Partners has not gone unaffected. A Partner who was confirmed positive for COVID-19 was last in this store on April 3, 2021. All directly affected Partners at the location have been notified and the store has been deep cleaned and sanitized multiple times since then. At our stores, we continue to enforce proper social distancing practices, strict sanitation and require the use of masks or facial covering by all our Partners and vendors. For the latest company news concerning our coronavirus efforts, visit newsroom.heb.com.

As an essential service provider during the pandemic, mask use at H-E-B will remain a priority – March 5th, 2021 

At Central Market and H-E-B, our top priority is protecting the health and safety of our Partners, customers and the communities we serve.

While statewide policy has changed, our store protocol has not. Mask use at our stores will remain. Our signs requiring mask use will remain posted at entrances and we will continue to make announcements in store.

Central Market will continue to expect shoppers to wear masks while in our stores. Additionally, we will still require all our Partners and vendors to wear masks while at work.

Central Market and H-E-B have always been strong proponents and advocates of mask use even before mandates and orders were passed.

The CDC, state and local health officials strongly advise the use of masks or facial coverings in public spaces as a proven way to prevent the spread of Covid-19. To help keep Texans healthy, we’ve had several safety protocols in place since the early days of the pandemic, and until all Texans including our Partners have access to the Covid-19 vaccine, we will continue these efforts.

Throughout the pandemic, we are thankful that we’ve seen strong compliance with mask wearing at our stores. But we need the help of all Texans to ensure compliance continues. For those customers without masks we will give them one.

The ending of mask ordinances puts real pressure on retailers to enforce an emotional topic for many. We ask for kindness and understanding from our customers in our expectation of them to wear masks in our stores. Also, we understand some customers cannot wear a mask due to medical exceptions. We request all customers adhere to the Covid-19 protocols we have in place while shopping.

Safety protocols we’ve had in place throughout the pandemic include:

  • wearing masks
  • proper hand washing
  • plexiglass partitions
  • sanitization
  • social distancing

As Texans helping Texans, let’s continue to protect each other while in our stores. Let’s keep wearing masks, to protect yourself, our fellow Texans, and our dedicated Partners who are committed to helping our communities throughout this pandemic and every other crisis this state may face.

As an essential service provider during the pandemic, mask use at H-E-B will remain a priority – March 5th, 2021 

At Central Market and H-E-B, our top priority is protecting the health and safety of our Partners, customers and the communities we serve.

While statewide policy has changed, our store protocol has not. Mask use at our stores will remain. Our signs requiring mask use will remain posted at entrances and we will continue to make announcements in store.

Central Market will continue to expect shoppers to wear masks while in our stores. Additionally, we will still require all our Partners and vendors to wear masks while at work.

Central Market and H-E-B have always been strong proponents and advocates of mask use even before mandates and orders were passed.

The CDC, state and local health officials strongly advise the use of masks or facial coverings in public spaces as a proven way to prevent the spread of Covid-19. To help keep Texans healthy, we’ve had several safety protocols in place since the early days of the pandemic, and until all Texans including our Partners have access to the Covid-19 vaccine, we will continue these efforts.

Throughout the pandemic, we are thankful that we’ve seen strong compliance with mask wearing at our stores. But we need the help of all Texans to ensure compliance continues. For those customers without masks we will give them one.

The ending of mask ordinances puts real pressure on retailers to enforce an emotional topic for many. We ask for kindness and understanding from our customers in our expectation of them to wear masks in our stores. Also, we understand some customers cannot wear a mask due to medical exceptions. We request all customers adhere to the Covid-19 protocols we have in place while shopping.

Safety protocols we’ve had in place throughout the pandemic include:

  • wearing masks
  • proper hand washing
  • plexiglass partitions
  • sanitization
  • social distancing

As Texans helping Texans, let’s continue to protect each other while in our stores. Let’s keep wearing masks, to protect yourself, our fellow Texans, and our dedicated Partners who are committed to helping our communities throughout this pandemic and every other crisis this state may face.