Grocery Mart (changed for confidentiality purposes.) originated in a small town, starting with a modest storefront focused on selling produce from surrounding farms. Long before the farm-to table concept was a “thing,” it was a popular reason why customers flocked to the store.
Over time, the family-oriented store added other local products like meat, cheeses and bakery items. While their prices were higher than most other
grocers in the area, it was Grocery Mart’s business model combining great quality and freshness with down-home service that ultimately won customers’ hearts and brand loyalty.
As the store grew, so did their following—to the point where Grocery Mart decided to branch out and open new stores in increasingly larger cities across the country. Within a few years, the grocer was a much-beloved brand in dozens of locations.