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Notable Family-Owned Businesses in Los Angeles: Super King Markets

Super King Markets was founded in 1993 by the Fermanian family. Over the past 25 years, the business has grown from one to seven stores located in Anaheim, Altadena, Claremont, Northridge, Los Angeles, Van Nuys and Santa Ana. In 2018, the company celebrated its 25th anniversary.

Super King Markets is nationally recognized as one of the highest volume grocers in the country. It is the market’s assortment that makes the chain so unique and international in flavor. Products are sourced from over 50 different countries.

Super King’s customer base is as diverse asits offerings. At any given time you will hear six, seven, or even eight different languages being spoken at the same time in the store. The combination of exceptional quality, great service, low prices, and an unbelievable assortment of domestic and international foods makes for very exciting markets. Super King is bringing multicultural Los Angeles together one shopping trip at a time.

At Super King Markets, the Fermanian family and their team strive to provide excellent customer service at a multitude of store locations. This is accomplished through integrity in all of its interactions and continuous individual improvement at all levels of the organization. The markets’ customer and employee mix is one of the most ethnically diverse on the planet and, as such, represents both an exciting challenge and daily opportunity to learn. Super King Markets practices effective communication because they believe it is crucial to enjoying and benefitting from diversity. Guided by the knowledge that Super King customers and employees are central to success, the markets provide the best possible shopping and work environment.

The Fermanian family has also been generous and active in helping other organizations and charities raise funds within the community. Super King has longstanding relationships with City of Hope, Olive Crest and Homenmen, among others.

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