York Street Market

York Street Market to expand food services

Jan. 29, 2024
Lorenzo Food Group plans to introduce its distribution subsidiary’s Grab-and-Go programs to new customers in the Midwest and Southwest U.S.

York Street Market, a food services and logistics subsidiary of Lorenzo Food Group, is expanding into the Midwest and Southwest regions of the United States.

Through new partnership and collaborations, York Street owners Joe and John Lorenzo plan to introduce their Grab-&-Go programs to new customers, marking “an expanded commitment to the highest standards of quality, freshness, and safety that have made York Street Market the biggest name in food services,” the company said in a news release.

York Street plans to use its expertise in innovative route planning to maximize and efficiencies and drives sales, the company added. Joe Lorenzo emphasized his commitment to “easing partner labor concerns, ensuring product consistency, and meeting the demand for safe, high-quality food.”

Established in 1967 as a one-truck meat and cheese distribution route in northern New Jersey, Lorenzo Food Group and York Street have evolved to process over 300,000 orders annually, drive over 4 million miles a year, and service nearly half the country using its own distribution. With facilities and hub stations throughout its service areas, a dedicated transportation team managing a fleet of over 200 refrigerated trucks, and a track record of excellence in private label and co-packing services, York Street leverages its infrastructure and industry experience to control every step of the process, from order to delivery.

With this new growth into the Mid- and Southwest, York Street says it will increase market share, strengthen its distribution and service networks, and improve its ability to serve and support its partners wherever they do business.

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