Urban convenience store Foxtrot is partnering with specialty and fresh product distributor KeHE Distributors.
“We are thrilled to be selected by Foxtrot as their primary distributor for natural, organic and specialty products,” said Kristen Christopher, vice president of alternate channels at KeHE. “Foxtrot and KeHE share a commitment to providing consumers with curated assortment of innovative and high-quality products that also support diverse, local and sustainable businesses.”
Foxtrot, Chicago, offers a wide variety of products, including freshly crafted chef-prepared meals, premium groceries, handpicked wine and spirits, snacks and sweets, personal care products and gifts.
“Partnering with KeHE is an exciting step for Foxtrot,” said Mitch Madoff, head of supply chain for Foxtrot. “KeHE's robust mix of innovative brands and customer favorites is helping us to rapidly expand our business and change how consumers perceive convenience stores. We're now able to offer an amazing variety of highly curated healthy, innovative products that our customers love with the consistency and dependability of KeHE.”
The partnership expands KeHE’s business in the c-store channel. It now serves more than 30,000 retail locations through a network of 19 distribution centers across North America. The Naperville, Illinois-based company aims to provide more consumers with access to quality and better-for-you products.
Founded by Mike LaVitola and Taylor Bloom in 2014, Foxtrot now operates 26 locations in Chicago, Washington, D.C., Dallas and Austin, Texas, with plans to continue expansion in both existing and new markets this fall.
Members help make our journalism possible. Become a CSP member today and unlock exclusive benefits, including unlimited access to all of our content. Sign up here.
Theme of This Year’s Kwik Trip Holiday Sweater: Glazers
Matching beanie also among seasonal merchandise from convenience-store chain
2023 Retail Leader of the Year: Forging Her Own Path
Morhous leads RaceTrac into the next generation of convenience retail