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Gordon Food Service expands into Texas with six stores

The new stores are the first Texas locations for the distributor

Foodservice distributor Gordon Food Service will open six new stores in the greater Houston area. The new stores are the first Texas locations for the distributor, based in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Aimed at restaurant owners and foodservice professionals, the stores will also cater to home shoppers with an assortment of packaged and fresh produce and goods, much of which will be prepared on site.

Each facility will employ an average of 40 full- and part-time employees and measure between 25,000 to 30,000 square feet. The stores will open March 14. 

“Gordon Food Service Store believes in the power of good food and its ability to bring people together and make moments special,” said Tim Grabar, president, Gordon Food Service Stores. “We are excited to open our doors to the greater Houston community and provide the chef-quality food products our stores are known for.” 

Shoppers can expect to find:

  • Large seasonal produce department with an assortment of market-direct items 
  • Fresh meats available by the piece, pound, or case
  • Wholesale walk-in customer coolers housing cases of produce, meats, and dairy items
  • Grab and go meal solutions with ready-to-eat and ready-to-heat items like rotisserie and fried chicken, ribs, deli sandwiches, handmade guacamole, cut fruit, and fresh squeezed juices
  • Tortillerias that produce fresh tortillas daily
  • 15 varieties of fresh popped popcorn
  • Gordon Go!, a free wholesale loyalty program available to businesses and nonprofit customers to earn points that can be spent like cash or redeemed for $1,000 checks
  • Convenient online ordering for same day in-store pick up
  • Same day Express Van Delivery

Gordon Food Service is a privately held and family-managed foodservice distributor with operations in the U.S. and Canada. 

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