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Wegmans began in 1915 as a mom and pop grocery store in Rochester, NY. Sons Walter and John Wegman (Chairman Robert Wegman's father and uncle) helped out in the family business. Walter worked in the grocery store while John peddled fresh produce from a pushcart. In 1916, John opened the Rochester Fruit & Vegetable Co., and Walter joined him a year later. By 1921, the two brothers bought the Seel Grocery Co., and expanded their operations to include general groceries and bakery operations.

Today, Wegmans is known as a major regional supermarket chain, and one of the largest private companies in the U.S.
who raised the bar on the shopping experience — better quality goods, a spectacular abundance of choice, restaurant-quality prepared foods, beautiful stores and displays, a nearly telepathic level of customer service.


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hey ..are you ever going to carry "mamasans' sauces?

hey ..are you ever going to carry "mamasans' sauces? we need good thai food in warrington..

wegmans basting oil

i would like to order the oil-- how do i do that??

Wegmans Grocery

Fantastic grocery store. Great selection of items, and very courteous staff make shopping here a pleasure.

Wemans rocks

I grew up in Rochester NY, and moved to Southern California when I was 21. While I have not regretted my move for a minute there are a few things I miss (and miss a lot). My family tops the list. Wegmans comes second. I've traveled near and far in this country and others, and have never once come across anything that is close to what Wegmans is. I would say the closest comparison I could give is that they are a cross between the food/grocery/market of Harrods of London and Trader Joes, in California. They have mastered customer service and loyalty and continue to improve and expand their food line and offerings with each passing season. I wish we had them in California. Until then, I will have to settle with mail ordering some of my favorite food items, which include (but are not limited to) Wegmans brand Crunchy Cheese Twists and Zweigles hot dogs, which are simply the best in the world as far as I'm concerned.

Wemans, please, PLEASE come to Glendale California. We need you.

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