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Best Yet Market facilities are driven by the three basic beliefs that drove the first store. Best Yet Market founder Ben Raitses, started with a small fruits and vegetables store in Brooklyn. He traveled daily to the Bronx to pick out the finest quality produce at the lowest possible cost for the customers.
In 1994, the family-owned chain of seventeen supermarkets opened its first Long Island supermarket in Lake Ronkonkoma under the name of Produce Warehouse of Ronkonkoma.
In 2002 the name was changed to the Best Yet Market. While Best Yet Market today hardly resembles the initial market in Brooklyn, Best Yet Market values remain the same.
Best Yet Market strives for excellence in all areas of the supermarket industry. Innovations and advancements in the community has always been Best Yet Market top most priority. Best Yet Market tries to keep customers happy and satisfied.
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