Browse grocery, food market, and supermarket mission statements from industry leaders and regional specialists here. Food retailing businesses- chilled, dry, frozen, gourmet foods, specialty products, and more – are facing challenges in terms of satisfying an increasingly diverse market. A growing senior population, obesity, other health and nutrition issues, mixed demographics due to migration, fast-paced lifestyles, and more – demand that the businesses’ CEOs and business owners adapt a Mission Statement that addresses these concerns.
1390 Enclave Parkway Houston, TX, 77077-2099
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Good Things come From Sysco
Sysco Corporation was organized in 1969 and holds its headquarters in Houston, Texas, U.S. The company is involved in merchandising and distributing food products to restaurants, healthcare and educational installations, hotels & inns, and other Foodservice and hospitality jobs as well as operates and provide services by owning several offices/locations in countries such as U.S., Bahamas, Canada, Ireland & Northern Ireland.
To market and deliver great products to our customers with exceptional service.
The Kroger Co. 1014 Vine Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-1100
The Kroger Company, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States was formed in 1883. This country's largest supermarket chain has extensive supermarkets, superstores, departmental stores, convenience stores, and mall jewelry store over the country and produces and supply a broad range of household/grocery and other products. They also offer its own branded line of dairy, bakery, grocery items and more.
Our mission is to be a leader in the distribution and merchandising of food, pharmacy, health and personal care items, seasonal merchandise, and related products and services. We place considerable importance on forging strong supplier partnerships. Our suppliers, large or small, local or global, are essential components in accomplishing our mission.
5918 Stoneridge Mall Road Pleasanton, CA 94588
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Ingredients for Life
Safeway Inc. was established in 1915 and holds its headquarters in Pleasanton, California, U.S. The company is considered as the second largest supermarket chain in North America and serves nationwide. Their products and services include bakery, dairy, deli, dry cleaning, frozen foods, fuel, grocery, lottery, pharmacy, photographic processing, green goods, seafood, snack food, liquor, flowers, and Western Union.
We earn the loyalty of the people we serve by first anticipating, then fulfilling their needs with our superior-quality products, a unique shopping experience, customer-focused service and continuous innovation, while generating long-term profitable growth for our shareholders.
Square Marie Curie 40 1070 Brussels Belgium
Delhaize Group is a food retailer, headquartered in Anderlecht, Brussels, Belgium was founded in 1876. They operate and provide services in seven countries relevant to Supermarkets, hypermarkets, convenience stores and wholesale.
Delhaize Group will achieve leading positions in food retailing in key mature and emerging markets. We accomplish our goal by developing strong regional companies benefiting from and contributing to the Group's strength, expertise and successful practices. Delhaize Group goes to market with a variety of food store formats. The Group is committed to offer a locally differentiated shopping experience to its customers in each of its markets, to deliver superior value and to maintain high social, environmental and ethical standards.
GNC Holdings Inc. Cl A
300 Sixth Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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GNC holds its headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S and was formed in 1935. This company/health food store offers retail sale of health and nutrition related products, including vitamins, supplements, minerals, herbs, sports nutrition, diet and energy products over the country.
To continue to be the leading provider of products, services and information in the self-care and personal health enhancement market. - To provide a shopping experience that exceeds our customers' expectations.