Trotwood, OH

Rebuilt and Remodeled Deluxe Gordon Food Service Store Opens in Ohio

Joel Eisenberg
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A deluxe rebuilt and remodeled Gordon Food Service Store opened today in Ohio.

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According to a November 17th report from, this week's Grand Opening was a high-profile event.

As excerpted from the report: Gordon Food Service, a family-managed broadline foodservice distribution company, on Tuesday opened its newly relocated and remodeled Trotwood, Ohio, store. The new store, which is outside Dayton, increased its footprint from 15,000 square feet to 52,000 square feet, according to a company press release. Previously, the Michigan-based retailer operated a wholesale store in the area.

The address of the new store is 5031 Salem Avenue.

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Per the Gordon Food Service company website, the entity is a privately held and family-managed food service distributor operating in the U.S. and Canada.

From the website: Primarily designed to provide chef-quality food products to restaurant owners and foodservice professionals, the store will also cater to home shoppers with an assortment of packaged and fresh produce and goods.


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