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MOM’s Organic Market is not a typical grocery store chain


MOM’s Organic Market started as a produce delivery company based out of the founder’s mother’s garage and has grown into a 16-store grocery chain.

“We carry much more than Trader Joe’s and less than Whole Foods,” founder Scott Nash told The Washington Post.

According to Nash, the company’s strategy is what keeps people coming back.

“And we make money by not wasting money,” he said. “We pay very well here. We have a $12 minimum wage and lots of benefits. So we invest in people. And we realize that they are the most valuable asset to us.”

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