Supercharging its seven-decade reputation as an innovator in Southern California, Gelson's has finalized a partnership with Rove, a developer and operator of full-service electric vehicle (EV) charging centers, to provide food and beverage services as part of this ground-breaking new concept.
Plenty Unlimited Inc. today announced it has doubled its retail presence, making its zero-pesticide leafy greens readily available to Californians with its expansion to all Whole Foods Market stores and Gelson’s Markets throughout the state.
Gelson's has promoted John Bagan to President & CEO following the departure of Rob McDougall, who has retired from Gelson's after 15 years with the Southern California-based brand.
Ask around the Los Angeles produce industry, and most suppliers have nothing but praise for Gelson’s Markets.
While low employee turnover and careful expansion have contributed to Gelson’s Market's success—innovation, experimentation, and execution have been crucial to the company’s position as one of the nation’s top independent grocers.
In the opinion of Ron Fong, president and CEO of the California Grocers Association, Gelson’s Markets’ success is pretty straightforward.
Gelson’s Markets made the strategic decision to provide the best possible customer experience within a smaller number of stores rather than overexpanding.
With just 27 locations from San Diego to Santa Barbara, Gelson’s Markets is recognized as one of the most successful supermarket chains in the United States.
It’s not surprising California, especially Southern California—with its proximity to superb growing regions, international trade, and a diverse population and workforce interested in a healthy lifestyle—would be able to support an exciting and competitive supermarket environment.
Cynara USA, Inc.'s Ready-to-Eat Artichoke Delights have hit Gelson's Markets' grocery store shelves at all 27 locations in Southern California, including San Diego, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara.