For over 100 years, Maglio and Company has proven to be a leader in providing innovative solutions to meet every customers’ unique fresh produce needs. We have maintained a steadfast commitment to forward-thinking food safety practices and have not shied away from investments in equipment and facility technology. When our customers think of Maglio, we want them to think of us as a partner who cares as much about their business as they do. That’s the bottom line.
Maglio & Company begins when Giacomo Maglio travels door to door in Chicago with a pushcart overflowing with the best of the day's offerings from the market.
Giacomo's son Frank opens a retail market in Milwaukee and uses it as a base to establish a wholesale route. After World War II, Frank's two sons enter the business and expand both the wholesale and retail trades.
Frank and one of his sons, Jack, open a full service retail grocery store on Milwaukee's south side. The other son, Sam, opens a warehouse on "Commission Row."
Frank Maglio passes away and the retail store is closed leaving the commission house as the main enterprise for the family.
Both sons retire and Sam J. Maglio, Jr. (the great grandson) becomes the fourth generation to operate the business.
Maglio & Company moves its operation to a new building north of Milwaukee. This move gives Maglio & Company 85,000 sq. ft. of operating space.
Maglio & Company adds 38,000 sq. ft. to its facility to better serve customer needs.
Maglio & Company expands its operation to include a new 25,000 square foot facility in Oakdale, Minnesota.
Maglio Mexico S.A.de C.V is formed to manage partnerships with lime growing and packing operations in Veracruz, Mexico.
Maglio & Company enters partnership to open Boston Fresh, a value-added wholesale operation serving the Northeast market.
Northeast expansions include the opening of Boston Fresh, a 41,000 sq ft repack and fresh-cut facility in Brockton, Massachusetts.