Concord Food Centre

Behind our success lie tradition, quality, and freshness. The tradition began back in the 1930's when Joseph Greco who immigrated to Canada from Italy opened a fruit stand on the Danforth, in Toronto. His legacy for quality produce of the highest caliber became renowned and to this day remains the core of our philosophy. We only sell the freshest fruits and vegetables available.

His grandson, President and Produce Buyer, Joe Greco visits the Ontario Food Terminal four times a week to hand pick the produce, ensuring customers always have the freshest fruits and vegetables to choose from. The tradition continues, as Anthony Greco, joins his father and becomes the fourth generation to ensure the continuing success of the family business.

Today the two locations, Concord Food Centre in Thornhill, and Oak Ridges Food Market in Richmond Hill, are committed to taking great care to purchase, produce, and present the finest, freshest, grocery, meat, produce, deli, bakery, and prepared foods. Each department offers a wide selection that caters to the conventional and natural food shopper. Our Choose Wellness program is dedicated to highlighting some of our more natural products to help promote a balanced lifestyle.

Our Difference
Shop and Compare... Quality speaks for itself! All our competitors claim to be FRESH - but we deliver!

Our Mission Statement
"We are committed to sourcing, preparing, and presenting the finest quality foods. We offer conventional and natural foods at affordable prices, so that consumers who value and appreciate the very best in fresh and personal service will prefer our shopping experience. Our family values are reflected through loyalty to our team members, ethical treatment of our suppliers and support of our communities."

Corporate Philosophy
We embody the full range of grocery retailing formats, blending price, service and most importantly quality, that best addresses the communities that we serve. Through the food we sell, we become an integral part of how people enjoy and live their lives...

Source: Concord Food Centre online