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Dorothy Lane Market

 

Dorothy Lane Market

Dorothy Lane Market, Inc.
Private
Industry Retail (Grocery)
Founded 1948
Headquarters Dayton, Ohio
Revenue $72 million USD
Number of employees
700
Website dorothylane.com

Dorothy Lane Market is a chain of gourmet grocery stores based and located in the Dayton, Ohio region. In 2001 and 2007, The Dorothy Lane Market was named one of only six Outstanding Retailers by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade (NASFT) at the International Fancy Food Show in New York City.[1] Annual company revenue is $69,000,000[2] and the company has just over 700 employees. A culinary school is also located in the Dorothy Lane Market at the Centerville location.

Contents

  • Overview 1
  • History 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Overview

The Dorothy Lane market is a chain of specialty food markets. The Dorothy Lane Market, or DLM for short, has more than nine departments located within each store. They include expanded specialty seafood, bakery, dairy, frozen, floral, grocery, meat, produce, cheeses, and wines.

History

The Dorothy Lane Market began as a fruit stand in 1948. Later in 1953, the market was built in

  • Dorothy Lane Market web site
  • DLM Culinary Center

External links

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References

In 2009, The Dorothy Lane Market won the Readers Choice Award in the Best Gourmet Grocery category.[5]

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