• Better Inventory Control
    We take pride in delivering the right products to your door when you need it. We work hard to help improve your inventory turns and reduce carrying costs.
  • Communication
    We’re always in touch with our customers, bringing you new products, fresh ideas, and insights into key commodity markets such as dairy, vegetables, and fruit.
  • Our Service Area
    Honor Foods serves America’s Mid Atlantic and Greater Northeast regions — 14 states in all. And we continue to grow our base of satisfied customers.
  • Promotions and Value
    Take advantage of our special purchases and vendor promotions. We also provide any applicable group allowances for your convenience. Check out our great deals and promotions each month.
  • 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 customers’ 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.

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Latest News

  • 12/6/2018: Dave’s Weekly Market Update

    Eggs:      The egg market dropped slightly this week and we do not expect anything major either way. Holiday baking is still taking place but there seems to be plenty of supply. Butter:      Butter bounced around this week but ended up with no change. This is the time of year we typically


    Eggs:      The egg market remained stable this week and the inventories are down across the country. I believe this may eliminate any major changes in the aftermath of the Thanksgiving baking season. Butter:      Butter bounced around this week and ended up flat for the week. Inventories are tight in the North


    Eggs:       The egg market turned around this week as we enter the holiday baking season. They are starting to move more aggressively than we have been seeing in the recent past. We will see a good uptick in the next two weeks. Butter:      Butter seems to be becoming cyclical. It