Bristol Farms

915 E. 230th St., Carson, CA 90745

In November 1982, Irv Gronsky and Mike Burbank were moving towards retirement. they decided to sell their high-end meat business that supplied restaurant and butcher shops. They weren’t quite ready to stop working altogether, so they decided to try their hand at retail. They believed that if they sold fresh, high-quality meat that was merchandised like you would find in a butcher shop they could build a loyal customer base. The duo opened the first Bristol Farms in a space once occupied by a large chain store in Rolling Hills, California. As you might imagine, meat was the centerpiece of that first store, complemented by fresh produce. Eventually, the store added a full offering of grocery departments, plus an adjacent café. The meat department was full-service, everything beautifully displayed behind glass, and nothing was overwrapped like the industry traditionally stocked. They had a commissary in the back, so the food was made fresh and brought right out to the case daily.

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3.3

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Industry

Retail

Category

Grocery Stores

ESG/Ethical Impact

Bringing people together around the cooking and sharing of good food. Our Core Values. To offer the best tasting food and freshest ingredients available. To exceed your expectations through extraordinary service. To celebrate artisanal traditions and culinary innovations. To support team member growth through education and career advancement. To be a responsible and active partner in our community.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$1,400,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3.3

Customer Rating

3.5

Company Size

1000-5000

ESG Risk Rating

3

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