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Where is Foodtown Corporate office Headquarters

Foodtown Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 600 W 160th St
    New York, NY 10032
    USA
  • Phone Number: +1 732-596-6000
  • Fax Number: 732-596-6020
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 208
  • Established: 1994
  • Founder: Martin Vitale 
  • Key People: David Maniaci

Foodtown Headquarters Location & Directions

Foodtown Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

David Maniaci

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Esmail Mobarak

Treasurer

Kostanty Lebiak

Vice President of Center Store

About Foodtown, History and Headquarters Information


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  • Donnitta Mclaughlin says:

    This store is a complete waste of time. Upon entering there is always a Unhelpful Employee standing around looking people up and down as if they do not have money to shop. Whichever employee is in the front is always speaking horrible Spanish and being as as useless as possible. There is always employees just standing around, not assisting customers there staring at the female patrons and looking commenting on their looks and bodies. God forbid if you have a question about an item, and ask an employee. No one knows anything. In this instance, I went to the register to purchase my items. The checkout woman was not really paying attention, until she scanned an item that was not coming up. I told her the price of the item was $3.99. But of course, she had to call in for a price check. The guy who came over had an attitude because he had to go and check and it was 25 minutes before the store was suppose to close. Newsflash, the store isn’t closed! Paying costumers do not want to shuffle around piles of garbage and a dirty store because you are prematurely preparing to close. The store wasn’t busy, one cashier open no need to be so hasty to close. I had 5 small items and as I was paying didn’t realize the cashier put my things in two bags, she handed me one and I walked out the store. Thank goodness, I live upstairs. It wasn’t until 15 minutes later and my sister asking for an item that I realized all my paid items were not in my bag. This was a a mistake, an honest mistake. However, my true complaint comes from when I went back to store. The store was closed, and I had to bang on the door. Employees were just standing and/walking by watching me bang on the door, until one recognized me. In the most broken English employee said, “wuat u wont miss?” I tried to explain what happened and he told me, No! You wrung! I asked to speak to someone else, and I explained again that I had not received all my items and he also said “No! I saw you walk out with a bag. Again, I explained, I did walk out with a bag but the girl had not given me all my items. I guess a Manager overheard the conversation and said let’s look at the cameras we can tell. I said fine. After he played the camera footage, he said see, you left with a bag. Again, I said yes I left with a bag but all my items were not there. He played the footage again and slowed it down and saw the Cashier, had split my 5 small items into two bags push one bag along the counter and placed only ONe bag in my hand. Therefore not given me all my items like I had claimed. The other two useless gentlemen in the room, began speaking Spanish and making comments and realizing that I was telling the TRUTH. I told them, I just want my items I paid. The “manager” said Yes, go get the items. I went to go grab the three items and three employees started following, watching me as though I was STEALING. Again, none really being helpful. I grabbed the items and then bolted out of the store. The most ignorant part of the this ordeal is the staff. Because of my dark skin, I look like a regular African American female, however, my family is from and I was born in Belize. I’ve lived in Panama for 8 years, my father is Cuban, therefore, I speak Spanish. Actually, I speak, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and some Japanese. I’ve recently moved into this neighborhood to be closer to a business that I manage, and only because this store is downstairs of my building is why I shop there. The customer service is beyond HORRIBLE. The comments that I heard from the staff were absolutely disgusting and atrocious. I don’t care if they are Dominician decent. Hearing the N word and other disgusting language should not be Acceptable.

     
  • Gene says:

    Foodtown treats customers badly. Anthony R at the East Harlem store is the worst. I called about an item. His staff told me something was in the store, so it was okay to invest in travel. I got there. Item not in store. Complained to Anthony. Was told by Anthony I didn’t call when I showed him my phone history—that the number on my phone was not his. Then I called it. It WAS the store, it WAS him. Anthony had flat out lied. Then he yelled at me and told me he was at the end of HIS patience and to leave his store.

    I will never shop at a Foodtown again. I will advise others to avoid it, as well.

    Anthony Reynosa(sp) is a terrible owner-Manager and when I called corporate to complain, they told me there was nothing they could do.

    Foodtown—Zero Customer Service. Zero Accountability. Zero Stars.

     
  • Leonard Carver says:

    Just left Store#602 purchasing several items. However, I was taken aback while trying to purchase fresh jumbo shrimp. Let me explain. There wasn’t anyone at the counter so I asked the meat department employee for assistance. She contacted the Meat Department Manager who tried to accommodate me by looking for the fresh seafood person. Once he located the person, he was told that the seafood person was at lunch and won’t be available for st least a half hour. I found this to be unacceptable especially on a Friday. Usually there is a relief person available in most places. Why that practice is not used here is a mystery to me. Hopefully, the regional or district manager can correct this problem knowing that shoppers come to the store as a choice and our dollars are important to the stability of the store. Thanks for reviewing my concern.

     
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