UPDATED: H-E-B now open in Conroe

H-E-B opened its newest location Dec. 4 at 10200 Hwy. 242, Conroe. (Courtesy H-E-B)
H-E-B opened its newest location Dec. 4 at 10200 Hwy. 242, Conroe. (Courtesy H-E-B)

H-E-B opened its newest location Dec. 4 at 10200 Hwy. 242, Conroe. (Courtesy H-E-B)

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H-E-B opened its newest location, H-E-B Harper’s Trace, Dec. 4 at 10200 Hwy. 242, Conroe. The 102,000-square-foot store will feature hundreds of H-E-B Organics options and its H-E-B Select Ingredients—a line consisting of H-E-B brand products that excludes ingredients such as high fructose corn syrup and artificial flavors.


Other features include:

  • large assortment of Texas-made products;

  • Healthy Living department featuring bulk foods, including nuts, grains, dried fruits and snack mixes, as well as vitamins and natural beauty products;

  • fresh seafood market;

  • fresh meat market;

  • full-service scratch bakery and tortilleria;

  • cheese department with more than 350 specialty, local and imported cheeses;

  • wine and beer selection with more than 2,100 bottles of wine and 350 beers;

  • H-E-B fuel station and car wash; and

  • pharmacy with drive-thru option.



10200 Highway 242, Conroe. 936-266-1100. www.heb.com

Eva Vigh - Andy Li



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