Brown’s Chef’s Market
Welcome to Brown’s Chef’s Market Experience. Enjoy our chef-inspired recipes and meals made from the finest and freshest ingredients. In our stores and at home, we hope you’ll “Share the Joy.”
Chef’s Market was created in 2014 by Brown’s Super Stores, which operates 10 ShopRite Supermarkets & 2 Fresh Grocer supermarkets. Brown’s Chef’s Market is a welcoming place to enjoy a cold beer and a bite at a reasonable price. Taste the high quality of Chef’s Market products in Brown’s Authentic Fire Grilled Chicken, Asian cuisine at The Wok, Freshly Rolled Bento Sushi, freshly prepared “1 Pound Hoagies”, store-baked lunch meats, gourmet store-made sausage and a variety of Meals to Heat & Eat.
Brown’s Beer Garden and The Wine Cellars are coordinated by our department specialists in the ShopRite’s of Fairless Hills, Bensalem, East Norriton, Parkside, Fox Street and Island Avenue, as well as in the The Fresh Grocer of Wyncote and The Fresh Grocer of Monument Road. Our departments offer over 100 different varieties of craft & other beers and 500+ varieties of wine from around the World!
Brown’s Super Stores
Brown’s Super Stores is a family owned and operated supermarket chain of 11 Philadelphia area ShopRite supermarkets and 2 Fresh Grocer Supermarkets. It was founded in 1988 by President and CEO Jeffrey Brown and is headquartered in Westville, New Jersey. Brown was inspired to create a chain of supermarkets that specialized in catering to urban communities, particularly those that are less advantaged. This inspiration was primarily driven from his exposure to working with his father as a child in the city of Philadelphia. Mr. Brown has created a supermarket operation that caters to the diverse needs of each community he does business in, not only with his food offerings, but other services such as banking, pharmacies and health care assistance. His efforts addressing the issue of food disparity through the availability of healthy, affordable, high-quality food for all, has led the movement both in the city of Philadelphia and on a national level.