Seven Mile Market
|Headquarters||201 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville, Maryland, United States|
Seven Mile Market is the largest kosher supermarket in the United States. The store, which is located in Pikesville, Maryland, was established in 1988, and has been in its current location since November 16, 2010. The store, which is under the kashrut supervision of the Star-K, also includes a pharmacy, a floral department, and a glasses store.
Seven Mile Market first opened in 1988, marketing to the 100,000 in Baltimore's Jewish community. Its name comes from Seven Mile Lane, where it was originally located. The owner previously had a small store called Jack's.
In 2010, the establishment moved into a former Safeway store on Reisterstown Road adjacent to its former location. At 55,000 square feet (5,100 m2), this nearly doubled its prior amount of space, and made it the largest kosher supermarket in America. The Safeway once housed a kosher delicatessen, but that operation closed, and it was believed to be due to its inability to compete with Seven Mile Market. The previous largest kosher supermarket was Rockland Kosher in Monsey, New York, which has 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2) of retail space.
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