Met Foods

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Met Foodmarkets
Type Subsidiary
Industry Retail
Founded 1941
Headquarters Carteret, New Jersey, U.S.
Area served New York City, Long Island, Central New Jersey
Products Deli, bakery, produce, meats, fish, snacks, non-foods, ethnic foods, frozen foods
Parent DiGiorgio Corporation

Met Foodmarkets, also referred to as Met Foods, is a chain of independently owned and operated storefront style supermarkets, which operates in the New York Metropolitan Area. The majority of its stores are located in the four boroughs of New York City outside Manhattan and carry a variety of ethnic products.

Founded in 1941 in Syosset, Long Island, it was purchased by its current owner DiGiorgio Corporation in 1964-65. DiGiorgio Corporation's private label brand, White Rose Brand is common in all stores along with Met Foods' less common Met Foods' Brand.[1]

Met Foods' current company headquarters is located in Carteret, New Jersey.[2]


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