As of November 2015, SuperTargets are significantly larger than standard Targets and the only Targets featuring in-house bakeries and delis. SuperTargets, which first opened in 1995, were the only Target locations that sold groceries in general, but in 2009, groceries were added to hundreds of Target sites around the country without the SuperTarget name.
In 1995, the first SuperTarget opened in Omaha, Nebraska, and over 200 more followed over the next decade. These stores featured everything available in a standard Target, plus groceries, until the addition of groceries to ordinary Targets in 2009. They were also significantly larger, with the largest location measuring 204,000 square feet.
PFresh stores are regular Target locations that also sell groceries. They don’t have in-house bakeries or delis, but they do sell pre-packaged food to avoid having to charge by weight. Target stores that do not sell food are still open, but they are around 1,500 square feet smaller than PFresh stores.
Starbucks Coffee, Pizza Hut Express, Taco Bell Express, Target Pharmacy, a photo studio, Target Optical, Target Mobile, and a Wells Fargo or U.S. Bank branch are all available at several SuperTargets. Many of these features can also be found in PFresh Target locations.