• Our Service Area
    Honor Foods has full East Coast distribution from Maine to Florida, including parts of Tennessee and Kentucky. Every day we continue to grow our base of satisfied customers.
  • Communication
    We are always in touch with our customers, bringing you new products, fresh ideas, and insights into key commodity markets such as dairy, meats, and vegetables.
  • Better Inventory Control
    We take pride in delivering the right products to your door when you need it. We work hard to help you improve your inventory turns and reduce carrying costs.
  • Promotions and Value
    Take advantage of our strategic RD agreements with the industry’s leading manufacturers. We also provide any applicable group allowances for your convenience.
  • Flexible and Efficient
    We offer a wide variety of quality products to accommodate your needs. If we don’t carry it, we’ll get it! We also work with you on last minute order changes. We’ll do whatever it takes for you to service your customer’s ever-changing needs.


Honor Foods is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s largest, most trusted Foodservice redistribution companies.

We specialize in grocery, frozen and dairy foods, with some 2500 stocked items from 275 brand name companies, plus quality house brands.

But our real expertise is customer service.

The flexibility and responsiveness of our people make it easy for you to buy more efficiently, lower your minimums, shorten lead times, reduce inventory and increase turns, improve cash flow and ultimately, be more profitable.

How can we serve you today?

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Latest News

  • 7/23/2021:

    Good afternoon to all, Eggs: The egg market remained stable this week. At this point, there are no factors pushing the market. Possibly the next upward pressure on markets will be the reopening of schools. Butter: While the market bounced around a bit this week, it dropped a bit today. The close was still higher

  • 7/13/2021: Industry News – Shipping Delays and Higher Rates Get Small Businesses Jammed Up

    Small importers bear the brunt of snarled supply chains; ‘$17,000 and it won’t move until September’ Wall Street Journal By Costas Paris July 11, 2021 11:00 am ET Video: LA port backup reflects larger supply-chain issues Long waits for merchandise deliveries and crippling costs are hobbling the efforts of small and midsize businesses across the

  • 7/9/2021: Industry News – 229% surge in China-U.S. shipping costs drives inflation pressure

    The cost to ship a boxload of goods to the U.S. from China edged close to $10,000 as the world’s biggest economy keeps vacuuming up imports amid slower recoveries from the pandemic from Europe to Asia. The spot rate for a 40-foot container from Shanghai to Los Angeles increased to $9,631, up 5% from the