Nestled in a small town in western Connecticut, the Sherman IGA is proud to be a part of such a fine community. Michael Luzi has owned the Sherman IGA for over 25 years and is dedicated to pleasing the people it serves. Being a part of and working with the great people and organizations of the area only makes the town of Sherman a better place, and Sherman residents and customers agree. The Sherman IGA is a landmark of this small town with a big heart.
At the Sherman IGA, we take pride in creating a tight knit community by working with area organizations such as the Boy/Girl Scouts of America, the Sherman School, the Sherman Volunteer Fire Department, the S.P.T.O., the Sherman Playhouse, local parishes, and so much more.
We work hard to please our customers and to establish ourselves as a caring local business. Having a local grocery store is extremely vital to our world today, economically and environmentally. We at the Sherman IGA give you the opportunity to shop locally and affect savings worldwide, and we strive to make your shopping experience as easy and enjoyable as possible. A manager is always available to assist you in whatever way possible. So stop by our town of Sherman, located on the northern tip of Candlewood lake just an hour and a half outside of New York City and 25 minutes north of Danbury, CT, and come visit us at the Sherman IGA for a hot cup of freshly brewed coffee, The New York Times or any local paper, a tasty breakfast sandwich, fresh local produce, one of our fresh baked goods, or just a gallon of milk. We’ll please you in whatever way we can, and we’ll show you why we really are hometown proud!