Los Angeles chain of eight stores serves large ethnic customer base.
‘There’s nothing like it in the world’: Geography, diversity and population mean huge potential for growers, distributors and retailers.
Originally printed in the October 2020 issue of Produce Business. Without the major push from the foodservice sector, players question timing for next wave of… Read More
Originally printed in the October 2019 issue of Produce Business. Italian farm-to-table spot shines close to Santa Monica beach. Tuscan Son brings centuries of tradition… Read More
Originally printed in the October 2019 issue of Produce Business. A city suited to supply fruits and vegetables from around the world. Los Angeles mirrors… Read More
Originally printed in the October 2018 issue of Produce Business. Hispanic chain hopes to become national name. Los Angeles is fertile ground for the birth… Read More
Originally printed in the October 2018 issue of Produce Business. ‘City of angels’ boasts fruits and vegetables as diverse as its people. Los Angeles native… Read More
This independent chain caters to consumers looking for produce that is interesting and of high quality. The front of a recent circular for the Gelson’s… Read More
First the Tomato, Then the Tomato Sauce Maria’s Italian Kitchens is one of those grand American success stories. It began in the Italian quarter of… Read More
This city is a gateway to the world and its fruits and vegetables. The City of Los Angeles has the largest Hispanic population of any… Read More