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|Founder||Paul and Jane Skogen|
|Headquarters||De Pere, WI, United States|
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|Mark Skogen, CEO and President|
|Products||bakery, catering, dairy, deli, frozen foods, general grocery, meat and seafood, wine & spirits, general merchandise, floristry|
Number of employees
Festival Foods is a privately owned company operating stores throughout Wisconsin. It was founded as Skogen’s IGA by Paul and Jane Skogen in 1946 in Onalaska, Wisconsin, and is still owned by the Skogen family. Festival's private label brands are supplied by SuperValu, with the majority under their Essential Everyday label.
In 2006, Dave's son Mark Skogen became CEO.
- De Pere
- Eau Claire
- Fond du Lac
- Fort Atkinson
- Green Bay (two locations, with one more under construction, opening early December 2016)
- La Crosse (two locations)
- Mount Pleasant
In 2010, Festival Foods purchased the Apple Creek Inn of De Pere, and renamed it The Marq. The Marq is a 550 seat banquet and catering facility. In 2013, Festival added a second Marq location in Suamico. The Marq holds the catering rights for the National Railroad Museum and Vandervest Harley Davidson in Green Bay.
Festival Foods also hosts the Turkey Trot, a 5k race that takes place on Thanksgiving in eight communities in Wisconsin. Proceeds from the event go to the YMCA and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
- Bollier, Jeff (2016-09-02). "University Ave. Festival Foods to open in December". Green Bay Press-Gazette. Gannett Company. Retrieved 2016-09-05.
University Avenue store should open for business in early December