The Review Of The Grocery Store Metcalfe Market

Clarence Schreiber By Clarence Schreiber, 10th Oct 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/4qesmhkb/
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Metcalfe Markets has been family owned and operated since 1917. This is a review of what the company is all about. Metcalfe Market has three locations two in Madison located at 726 N. Midvale Blvd., 7455 Mineral Point Rd., one Wauwatosa located at 6700 W. State St..

History

Metcalfe Markets is a four generation, family owned and operated neighborhood market. The current owners are Tim and Kevin Metcalfe. The company was founded in 1917 by Henry and Teresa Hess (Tim & Kevin Metcalfe’s great-grandparents). They pride themselves in in giving the best costumer service possible. They also reinvest back into the local community and supporting local businesses. And they are also focus on the quality of food they sell to the costumers.

Metcalfe’s Community Giving

As corporation, Metcalfe Markets are rooted in their belief as a corporation and as well as individuals, are responsible for the welfare of the communities in which we live, work and play. They feel it is their responsibility to give back to their communities in meaningful ways.

They are committed to donating to a wide variety of charitable causes. Every time you shop, a portion of your bill goes back into the community!

Brat Fest
Some of the things that they do for the is having an annual event at their Madison store which is called Brat Fest which is a 3 day event that happens around Memorial Day weekend. There are volunteers from local charities donating their time to this fest, for each hour they donate they receive money from the Brat Fest for their charity.

Choose and Reuse
Another thing they have is Choose and Reuse program is which the customers brings back bags and reuses them for their order and each bag that they use they can take 10 cents per bag used off their order or the Charity of the Month that is set by the store at each location.

Buying Local

The Metcalfe Markets support local businesses, farms and artisans. They do what it takes to buy things for around the State of Wisconsin to supply their stores. From the Deli to produce to meat, dairy and grocery.

Platters For any Occasion

They offer different types of platters from veggie trays, fruit trays, and so much more. They will custom make any party tray for event that you are holding. Delicious party platters to make entertaining in style easy. Metcalfe’s culinary team is committed to making sure that every item we prepare will look great and taste as impressive as your event, whether it’s a box lunch meeting, intimate dinner party, wedding, or anything in-between. Plus, they pride ourselves on using local, sustainable and organic products whenever possible. Your guests will taste the Metcalfe’s difference.

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Deli, Food, Foods, Groceries, Grocery, Grocery Store, Market, Markets, Meat, Meats, Metcalfe Market

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author avatar Clarence Schreiber
I live in the Upper Midwest and I enjoy collecting sports cards, history to name a few. Some of the things that I like to write about varies bio on people, television stations, places and more.

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
20th Oct 2011 (#)

I like the fact that this market is family owned, you are supporting the local economy, not sending money to head offices somewhere else.

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author avatar Clarence Schreiber
20th Oct 2011 (#)

@ Mark And they great people to work for also. I have met the owners they are great. They have done so much for the communities that they have their stores in.

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author avatar Buzz
20th Oct 2011 (#)

I don't live in America but it's nice to read your article on this charitable market. Great share, Clarence.

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author avatar Ivyevelyn, R.S.A.
20th Oct 2011 (#)

I would love to have a market like this where I live. Thank you, Clarence, for your well-written description.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
21st Oct 2011 (#)

very neat place, thank you!

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