Good Food Holdings

About Good Food Holdings.

Good Food Holdings is the holding company for five preeminent and enduring food retailing brands: Bristol Farms, Lazy Acres Natural Market, Metropolitan Market, New Seasons Market, and New Leaf Community Markets. Each brand has its own leadership team, company culture, operating philosophy, and go-to market strategy. Each brand is deeply rooted in community and is the leader in their respective market in offering the most unique item assortments, highest quality meat, seafood, and bakery items, as well as the broadest assortment of quality and organic produce available. Each brand also has a broad and high quality offering of prepared foods.


In 1982, Bristol Farms opened its first location in Rolling Hills, CA. Their vision was to combine the friendliness and quality of a neighborhood butcher, baker, and specialty grocer under one roof. From being the first grocer in Southern California to offer restaurant-quality sushi to launching countless brands, their mission is to bring people together around the cooking and sharing of good food.

Fourteen locations including Santa Barbara, Pasadena, West Hollywood, Woodland Hills, Yorba Linda, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Westchester, Manhattan Beach, Westwood, Rolling Hills, Newport Beach, and Palm Desert.

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Metropolitan Market (founded in 1971) is an urban format, full service, full assortment supermarket. It has a high penetration of premium fresh food departments which cater to a quality-oriented customer. Its meat, fish, bakery, floral, wine, and craft beer are among the best in metropolitan Seattle and Tacoma. It also has the highest quality produce (conventional and organic) and provides a full assortment of conventional grocery goods. Additionally it provides a full offering of freshly prepared, ready to eat foods.

8 locations including Kirkland, Sand Point, Magnolia, Mercer Island, Uptown, West Seattle, Sammamish, and Tacoma.

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Lazy Acres is a natural/organic fresh format store. It has a full assortment or organic produce, organic and all natural grocery items, premium grain and grass-fed meats, fresh fish, and a comprehensive full service vitamin/supplement and body care department. Additionally it has prepared food and fresh bakery departments which prepare items with only clean ingredients (i.e. all natural or organic). Lazy Acres also carries a wide assortment of craft beers and a full selection of wines. Lazy Acres caters to customers who abide by LOHAS principles (i.e. lifestyle of healthy and sustainable).

Lazy Acres operates 5 locations: Long Beach, Encinitas, San Diego/Mission Hills, Hermosa Beach, and the original Lazy Acres in Santa Barbara (founded in 1991).

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New Seasons Market first opened its doors in 2000 as a single neighborhood market, a place where local communities can come together to connect with where their food comes from. Over the years, their community has grown and now operates a 19-store chain in the Portland, Vancouver, Seattle, and Northern California metropolitan areas. Whether it’s locally grown strawberries, antibiotic and hormone-free meats, or their own brand products, New Seasons Market strives to source only the best, high-quality foods available, often grown locally in the PNW.

19 locations including 11 in the Portland area, Beaverton, Vancouver, Happy Valley, Lake Oswego, Tualatin, Hillsboro, Beaverton, and San Jose areas.

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New Leaf Community Markets opened its first store in 1985 as a small cooperative on the Westside of Santa Cruz. 30 years later, they’ve grown to a 5 community-hub grocery store chain and remain true to their progressive roots and good for the community ethos. With a focus on sustainable, locally produced food, and being environmentally conscious, New Leaf works to protect the well-being of its customers, staff, and community. In 2013, they proudly became California’s first B Corporation grocer, which means that New Leaf pays forward 10% of their after-tax profit to local nonprofits they believe in and align with.

5 locations including Aptos, Capitola, Downtown Santa Cruz, Half Moon Bay, and Westside Santa Cruz.

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