Wegmans store employees know all about the popular regional grocery chain.The company operates stores in six states and employs 48,000 people.Here are some insider facts, tips, and hacks that Wegmans employees have shared online and with Business Insider.Wegmans stores have acquired a bit of a cult-like following.It's easy to see why. The company, which is headquartered in Rochester, New York, has been labeled the "best grocery chain" in the US. America's favorite grocery chain is also frequently lauded as a top employer.But you can't find a Wegmans just anywhere. The chain's 98 stores are spread out between New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, and Massachusetts. According to the company's website, the brand employs 48,000 people.Business Insider spoke with a few current and former Wegmans employees to get a sense of how the company operates. We also found a number of insights from employees on the web.Here are a few things all Wegmans employees know, but customers may not:SEE ALSO:Trader Joe's is one of the best places to work in the US ' employees share the 7 best parts of the jobDON'T MISS:McDonald's employees share their 8 best tips for customersCheck out the chain's digital coupons...Don't leave money on the table when you shop."Take an extra two minutes out of your day to sign up for or check the digital coupons the store offers," an employee from New Jersey told Business Insider. "They're always on commonly-used products."... and look out for items with yellow tags."Yes, your Wegmans card does help you get discounts, though, at times, it seems like it's hit or miss," a person who said they were a Wegmans employee wrote in a 2014 Reddit AMA. "Just look for the items with the yellow tags. They're the ones on sale."Wegmans employees appreciate it when you weigh your produce...Want to make a good impression at Wegmans'One Wegmans cashier had some tips for impressing employees in a 2014 Reddit AMA. They said that employees always appreciate it when customers take the time to weigh their produce."It's a huge help and a time saver," the cashier wrote.See the rest of the story at Business Insider Click here to read full news..