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Food Processing Manufacturing in Pittsburgh, PA
1.Del Monte Foods
375 N Shore Dr0.82 mi Pittsburgh, PA Food Processing & ManufacturingGrocery Stores
When you buy them about 60% are broken. Not packaged good at all
2.Concept Food Sales
294 W Steuben St Ste 64.17 mi Pittsburgh, PA Food Processing & ManufacturingFood Products-Wholesale
207 Sigma Dr7.70 mi Pittsburgh, PA Food Processing & Manufacturing
4.Tyson Foods Inc
1344 Greystone Dr8.20 mi Pittsburgh, PA Food Processing & ManufacturingGrocery Stores
71 McMurray Rd Ste 1068.49 mi Pittsburgh, PA Food Processing & ManufacturingFood ProductsGrocery Stores
530 Camp Horne Rd7.01 mi Pittsburgh, PA Food Products-WholesaleFood Service ManagementWholesale GrocersFood Processing & Manufacturing
7.East End Food Co-Op
7516 Meade St4.92 mi Pittsburgh, PA$$ Health & Diet Food ProductsFood ProductsGrocery StoresHealth Food Restaurants
With the influx of new grocery stores to the greater Pittsburgh region, I often overlook the East End Food Co-Op. Whenever I go back there, I always regret not having gone sooner! Although smaller than rival stores like Whole Foods or Trader Joes, the Co-Op has a couple features that set it apart from its competitors. Obviously, because it's a co-op, it's much easier for a customer to feel an authentic ""buy in"" to the shopping experience -- it's easy to believe that money spent there supports a vision of a local, community-based food system. Also, the bulk section selection easily beats other stores in the city. Although the Co-Op doesn't have as much shelf space, as long as it fills this bulk niche, I will make it a point to keep coming back!
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