Many of the businesses that have facilities on the Hunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx, NY, are multi-generational and have supplied retailers, foodservice operators and others for more than two centuries.
In 1967, some companies moved from the original Washington Market in Manhattan to what is now a 113-acre modernized distribution facility. Today, the market has more than 30 merchants that service ever-expanding regions. Directly and indirectly, the market employs approximately 10,000 people who help to provide every desired fruit and vegetable item to customers.
Third- and fourth-generation D’Arrigo Bros. New York family members.
Wahhid Smiley Saleh and Michael D’Arrigo with D’Arrigo Bros. New York.
Jack the cat is always greeting customers, colleagues and others at the D’Arrigo Bros. New York Hunts Point office.
Ira Nathel, president of Nathel & Nathel, taking care of business.
Hernan Brave, Abdul Alem and Ronnie Potash of Nathel International.
The Nathel & Nathel office staff collected toys for a local Toys for Tots charity.
Steve Katzman (seated), president of S. Katzman, with Stephanie Katzman, Sam Katzman and Paul Jaffa
Peter (Produce Pete) Napolitano at his desk at S. Katzman Produce.
Demetrio Guarnaccia of Top Banana.
Nichole and Tom Palumbo of Top Banana with Logan & Luna, their beloved family dogs.
Craig DeMarco, next-generation family member at LBD Produce.
Matthew Park and cousin Emily Park at C&J Bros.
Alfie Badalamenti, vice president of Coosemans New York.
Evan Kazan (right), Target Interstate Systems' director of business development, with the company’s sales team.
Silvana Irikura, food-safety manager for US Fresh.
Office staff at A.J. Trucco.
Joe Randone, head sales manager for A.J. Trucco.
A.J. Trucco featuring TruStar Organic Italian Chestnuts on its Hunts Point dock.
Business is booming at Fres Co.’s new location on the Hunts Point Terminal Market. Seen here are Charlie DiMaggio, president, with sales representatives Stu Rice and Joey Weldon.
Fres Co’s dock store spruced up for the holidays.
Erik Chikhani Carrillo, director of foreign affairs, and Anthony Serafino, vice president of Exp Group.
Blackie, the resident cat at Exp Group.
Michael Muzyk, president of Baldor.