Who loves seafood? Buehler’s does! Our Seafood Department sources fresh seafood from around the world! We invite you to stop by and see the latest catches!

At Buehler’s you’ll find everything from salmon and shrimp, to crab legs and fresh lobster, trout, tilapia, and ocean fish ….. There are so many choices…What are your favorites?

Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will be happy to answer your questions and share tips for preparing seafood.


We carry a variety of sizes of shrimp – both fresh and frozen.



Cod is always popular in Ohio.



Tilapia and trout are also popular choices… along with perch, salmon, and so many more!


orange roughy is available at Buehler's seafood department

We also carry ocean fish – such as orange roughy, Mahi Mahi, shark and swordfish. You might find squid and shark in our cases!

Looking for something even more unique? Just ask, we can probably order it for you!



Oysters – whether fresh on the half shell – or deep fried – are delicious.



Crab cakes or crab legs…. what’s your preference. We carry both! We also offer a wide variety of frozen fish and seafood, with some selections already packaged, ready to cook!



Fresh lobsters are ready for you to take home! And our scallops are a favorite in the seafood department.



Have you ever tried a clam bake? It’s actually quite easy! Every autumn Buehler’s has Clam Bake Season Specials! Ask about them at your local store.

Check our circular for this week’s seafood specials.

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Oceans of Information about Seafood

We love talking about Seafood! So stop by our Seafood Department for recommendations and tips! Or check the Seafood Handbook for nutritional information, recommended cooking techniques, and much more about your favorite seafood.


Buehler’s Round-up for Hunger annual campaign will run Wednesday, August 31 – Tuesday, September 6.

It’s simple to participate! Simply round up your purchase to the next dollar and donate your change to tackle hunger. Your donation will benefit the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank… and in turn… your local Food Banks.

Please join us as we do our part to tackle hunger in our communities.

Ohio Grocery Association Bagger Competition winner 2016

Brady Long, representing Buehler’s Fresh Foods Medina Forest Meadows, has repeated as Ohio’s Best Bagger at the 2016 Ohio Best Bagger Contest on Tuesday, August 8, 2016. Brady won the contest in 2015, and has reclaimed the title in 2016. The Ohio Grocers Association event featured regional winners from Ohio supermarkets and was hosted at the Buehler’s Milltown location in Wooster, Ohio.

“We are thrilled to have Brady represent our state again as Ohio’s Best Bagger,” stated Kristin Mullins, President and CEO of the Ohio Grocers Association. “Brady encapsulates what it took to be crowned Ohio’s champion and we look forward to rooting him on at the National Grocers Association Best Bagger Championship in February of next year.”

Brady beat 14 competitors to win the coveted title, including fellow co-workers Evan Lambert, Logan Haid and Jacob Lustig. The award comes with a $1,000 check, and a trip to Las Vegas to compete in the National Grocers Association Best Bagger Championship in February 2017. Special guest of honor, Sarah Hider, former Miss Ohio of Wooster, sang the National Anthem and competed as a “celebrity bagger.”

Dan Shanahan, Buehler’s President and COO stated, “Congratulations to Brady for a remarkable repeat performance as Ohio’s Best Bagger! Brady daily demonstrates the qualities of an outstanding employee and has a keen awareness of customer service. We will be cheering him on at the national competition in Las Vegas.”

In addition to Brady Long, top scores went to Bette Kiggins from Giant Eagle in Rocky River; Amy Jordan from Giant Eagle in Warren; Trey Watson from Kroger in Toledo; and Aaron Delroy from Kroger in Beavercreek. Each of the top five winners received cash prizes.

Buehler’s Fresh Foods philanthropy partner, the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank, also benefited from this event. The non-perishable foods used as part of the bagging competition were donated to the Food Bank, as well as all ancillary food.

About Ohio Grocers Association Best Bagger Contest:

Contestants are judged not only on speed, but also on weight distribution between bags, correct bagging technique, professional appearance and attitude. The best bagger contest is an exciting competition, which serves as a way to enhance proper and effective bagging techniques, as well as a prime opportunity to showcase talented employees.

About Buehler’s:

E&H Family Group owns and operates fourteen Buehler’s Fresh Foods Supermarkets located in Wooster (2), Orrville, Wadsworth, Medina (2), Brunswick, Ashland, New Philadelphia, Dover, Jackson Township (Canton), Coshocton, and Portage Lakes (Green), and Massillon, Ohio.

E&H Family Group owns and operates eighteen ACE Hardware stores located in Orrville, Medina, Dover, New Philadelphia, Delaware, Jackson Township (Canton), Independence, Rocky River, Westlake, Avon Lake, Middlefield, Oberlin, Garrettsville, Hilliard, Plain Township (Canton), Kamm’s Corner (Cleveland) Appleseed (Mansfield), Piketon, and North Olmsted, Ohio.

E & H Family Group is a family-owned company committed to environmentally responsible behavior.  For more information visit

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Buehler’s has been a leader in recycling since before recycling was cool!

Many of stores feature convenient bins for our customers to drop off their recyclables. You’ll find bins at our Ashland, Dover, Medina Forest Meadows, Medina River Styx, WadsworthNew Philadelphia, Orrville, and Wooster Milltown stores.

Here are some tips about what we accept:

Plastic Bottles and Jugs
  • Plastic bottles & jugs with a base wider than its small mouth
  • Plastic food containers with #1-7 (yogurt, frozen food trays, etc)
  • Okay to leave lids on plastic bottles
  • Okay to flatten plastic bottles
  • Aluminum cans
  • Aerosol cans (lids & tips removed)
  • Metal cans & lids
  • Tin Cans
  • Aluminum foil and disposable aluminum pans free of food waste
  • Cartons for juice, soy milk, milk, broth, cram, egg substitutes (caps & straws removed)
  • Paper & Cardboard
  • Newspapers & inserts
  • Magazines & catalogs
  • Junk mail & envelopes
  • Phone books
  • Paper grocery bags
  • Cereal & snack boxes
  • Cardboard (flattened)
  • Clean pizza boxes (free of food & grease)
  • Loose shredded paper
Glass (not available at our Ashland location)
  • Glass bottles & jars (any color)
  • Okay to leave lids on bottles and jars
  • Okay to leave labels on bottles

Buehler’s also hosts recycling events throughout the year. Check our Event Calendar for more information.



Buehler's Exclusive Scenic River Coffee


Buehler’s exclusive Scenic River Coffee is made from the finest quality coffee beans. Locally roasted, blended and ground, our six flavors of coffee are smooth blends and artisan-tailored. Each was created just for Buehler’s.

Scenic River Coffee comes in 1-lb. packages and K-cups.  Both are available at all our stores.

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Try all six flavors of Scenic River Coffee:


A medium roast blend of Arabica coffees from Central and South America. It is smooth and easy drinking with a mild sweet coffee flavor and hints of citrus in the aroma.


Decaffeinated version of the classic Donut Shop. All the same flavors without the caffeine. This product is 97% caffeine free.


This is a light roasted blend of Arabica beans from South America. It is bright and refreshing with floral and citrus notes. Slightly nutty in the finish.


This bold, dark roast coffee is made up of 4 different beans roasted 3 different ways then blended. The sumatra viennese gives this blend a sweet, nutty chocolate note while the French roast gives it body and a hint of smokiness. The Colombian and Kenya beans in this blend provide balance with some acidity.


This medium roast blend is made from 100% Colombian coffees. It is rich and bright with noticeable citrus flavors and a refreshing winey finish.


Light roasted Arabica beans are combined with flavoring oil that gives this coffee flavors of Mexican liqueur, caramel and hazelnut. All our flavors are calorie free, gluten free and allergen free.


Scenic River Coffee Shops

Our specially roasted coffee is also featured in our Scenic River coffee shops. Choose an espresso, latte, cappucino, or frozen specialty drink, and pair it with a delicious treat from our bakery.

You’ll find the Scenic River coffee shops inside these Buehler’s stores: Ashland, Canton, Orrville, Medina River Styx, Medina Forest Meadows, and Wadsworth and Medina Hospital.

Click Scenic River Coffee Shop menu to view the menu.

More about Scenic River Coffee. Our name, Scenic River Coffee Co. and our theme, the rivers of Ohio, are a tribute to the unique landscape and heritage of Ohio.

Healthy choices!

Here are some tips for eating healthy on a budget!

Look for fruits and vegetables that are in season! That’s the best time to purchase them! An when produce is out-of-season, save money by buying frozen fruits and veggies – the nutrients are all in there!

Create a meal plan for the week. Make a large batch of a healthy meal, freeze the divided portions to reheat for the busy week nights.

You don’t have to buy red meat and poultry to find good sources of protein. Eggs, beans and canned tuna are also good protein sources – and more reasonably priced.

Fresh fruits and vegetables can be more nutritious and economical than many other snacks. And they are just the right size for a snack!

Fast food, and the value menu might seem like a good buy, but do the math and you’ll find that costs will quickly multiply!

Healthy Eating can mean different things to different people. Some people need to watch out for gluten or other allergens. Others need to follow a low sugar or low fat diet.

Here are some guidelines to follow if you’d like to start eating healthy food, but are not following a strict regime.

Study the product nutritional labels on product packaging. Look for foods with:

  • Less then 4g of saturated fat for main dishes; less than 2g for sides and desserts
  • Less than 4g of added sugar for main dishes and desserts; less than 2g for sides
  • Less than 60mg of sodium for main dishes; less than 480mg for sides and desserts
  • 0g of trans fat
  • Only 100 percent whole grains



Scientific evidence that links eating habits to increased risk of certain diseases and conditions proves that “you are what you eat.”

Less then 4g of saturated fat for main dishes; less than 2g for sides and desserts

Reason: Saturated fats turn on genes that cause inflammation and hardening of the arteries, and are associated with higher bad LDL cholesterol levels. This increases the risk of heart attack, stroke and some cancers.

Foods high in saturated fats include full-fat dairy products, red meat, coconut oils and palm oils.


No Trans Fat

Reason: Trans fat has no redeeming qualities. It increases bad LDL cholesterol and decreases good HDL cholesterol, raising the risk of heart attack and stoke.

Although trans fat is found in small amounts in some meats and dairy products, most is consumed in the form of hydrogenated oils, which are added to stabilize products and lengthen shelf life. Products that claim to be “trans fat free” have less than 0.5 grams per serving. At Cleveland Clinic, we believe that no amount of trans fat is acceptable and have eliminated trans fat altogether.


Minimal Added Sugars and Syrups: less than 4 grams for main dishes and desserts; less than 2 grams for side dishes and soups.

Reason: Adding sugar translates to empty calories and causes blood sugar to fluctuate.

High blood sugar increases your risks of kidney disease and all arterial aging diseases, including skin wrinkling, impotence, stroke and heart attack.


100% Whole Grain

Reason: Whole grains are a vital source of fiber. Fiber has been shown to decrease the risk of heart disease, stroke and certain cancers, maintain blood sugar and insulin levels, assist with regular bowel movements and keep you feeling fuller longer.

Women need about 25 grams and men generally need 35 grams of fiber per day. This is heard to achieve by eating refined breads,, pastas and rice, from which the fiber has been removed.


Minimal Sodium: No more than 600mg in entrees; 480mg in sides and desserts

Reason: High sodium intake is associated with high blood pressure, increased risk of stroke and worsening of kidney disease, heart failure and other conditions.

The general recommendation is that no more than 2,300mg of sodium should be consumed per day — the amount in one teaspoon of salt.