Grocery Wholesale Supplier

Selecting a grocery wholesale supplier for your business is one of the most important decisions an independent grocery retailer can make. We happen to think your wisest choice is to invest your future with us.

SpartanNash offers the best of both worlds, with experience in wholesale distribution and retail services. Our retailers benefit from being part of a large organization that has purchasing power, a proven image and numerous support services to help achieve success. With all the things that our supplied retail customers do and share together, it’s your individuality as an independent grocer that sets you apart from others. Customer service is our main priority.

Simply put, as a large and efficient grocery wholesale supplier, we have a greater ability to serve you with market-leading products and best-in-class services. Serving as a value-added supplier is only one way we help our supplied retail customers succeed. In addition to the 144 stores we operate, we supply more than 2,100 independent grocery retail locations throughout the United States. We provide our independent retail customers with a differentiated go-to-market strategy and value-added partnership.

Our distribution segment provides a selection dry groceries, produce, dairy, meat, deli, bakery, frozen food, seafood, floral, general merchandise, pharmacy and health and beauty care items.

The SpartanNash OwnBrands portfolio includes grocery, fresh and general merchandise items, and our highly efficient supply chain gives us the ability to service any customer from any of our network of distribution centers.

Geographic reach

SpartanNash supplies independent grocery retailers in highly competitive markets across the country. We firmly believe that the attributes of our distribution services will also resonate with prospective customers in neighboring states.

Business development contacts

Great Lakes Region

Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Pennsylvania

Jim Gohsman, Vice President, Sales Great Lakes

South Heartland Region

Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming

John Paul, Vice President, Sales South Heartland