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From perky Natchitoches to the unique Cajun charm of Houma, from the tranquil waters of Vinton to the warm hospitality of Raceland, no matter where you are in Southern Louisiana Shop Rite has you covered.

So if you live anywhere within earshot of Louisiana’s ragin' Cajun rhythms, or are just passing through, there’s a Shop Rite welcome here for you. We’ve got great coffee, great grits and great service.

It doesn’t matter if you live in Jennings, Kinder or Eunice: Kinder, Sulpher or Many, you are never far from a Shop Rite store. At Shop Rite you can get gas, beer, wine cigars, household supplies and a great welcome whenever you need to fill ‘er up.

So visit any one of the 59 Shop Rite stores, strategically located throughout Southern Louisiana, and let us do right by you.

Louisiana is Shop Rite Territory!

This whole area has a richly unique history. Many parishes---and we are the only state in the Union to use that term for our smaller administrative areas----have a multilingual, multicultural heritage, especially here in the regions around the Shop Rite chain of stores.

The influence of our Spanish, French and African ancestry has made Southern Louisiana an exceptional place to visit or live. Many travel writers say that this region, with its dance, music and unique blend of spirituality, is a must visit location for any US visitor or native son.

Louisiana means “Land of Louis” and was named after King Louis X1V of France by the explorer Sieur de La Salle. De La Salle in fact claimed all the land that now encompasses Louisiana along with the then largely unexplored territory stretching up to the French Colony in Canada. Talk about a land grab!

This French heritage gave the Arcadians a place to head to---Southern Louisiana-----when the English demanded they leave their farms in Canada and relocate to the United States. The name Arcadian was shortened to Cajun and you can still experience the language and culture of those early settlers in Houma and other areas of Southern Louisiana.

In fact St Martinsville is where the Evangeline oak of Longfellow’s famous poem commemorating one of those settlers is located.

Shop Rite is Southern Louisiana through and through, from our service to our tasty local delicacies, so come and visit when you are in the area.