ⓘ Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores is a chain of American low-price warehouse grocery stores located in California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washingt ..

Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores

ⓘ Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores

Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores is a chain of American low-price warehouse grocery stores located in California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores are geared toward supplying food service operators like restaurants, but it also serves individuals similarly to Costco. Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores run 70 stores as of the end of 2019. The company operates 25 stores in Washington, 20 stores in Oregon, 14 stores in California, six stores in Idaho, two in Nevada, one in Utah and two in Montana. The company is based in Portland, Oregon. Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores offer brand-name and private-label groceries, including meat, dairy, frozen foods and fresh produce, as well as tableware, paper products, janitorial supplies and catering supplies. They are open seven days a week. Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores operate as an independent division of Smart & Final, LLC.

In March 2020, US Foods agreed to acquire Smart Foodservice Warehouse Stores for $970 million.


1. Relationship to Smart & Final

The Cash&Carry Smart Foodservice chain is the foodservice brand and division of Smart & Final, LLC. Smart & Final operates 282 stores under several brands. The Smart & Final chain includes 198 stores 185 in the U.S. and 13 in Mexico. The Henrys Farmers Markets and Sun Farmers Markets chains include 35 stores in California and Texas.

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