Giant Food Stores, in partnership with award-winning specialty food retailer Di Bruno Bros., is opening a cheese and specialty food shop inside the Giant Super Food Store at 3301 Trindle Road in Camp Hill, Pa. Di Bruno Bros. Cheese Shop will open Jan. 24 at 11 a.m. with a Parmigiano Reggiano cracking to mark the occasion.
“We are thrilled to welcome the celebrated Di Bruno Bros. to our Camp Hill Super Store,” said Rick Herring, president of the Carlisle, Pa.-based supermarket chain. “By partnering with Di Bruno Bros, we’ll be introducing our customers to an amazing variety of high quality, innovative specialty foods and products from Philadelphia’s authentic cheese experts.”
Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, Di Bruno Bros. Cheese Shop features specialty foods, offering more than 125 varieties of homemade, national and international cheeses and nearly 60 kinds of cured meats and antipasti. Crackers, jams, jellies, oils and sauces are also available. Di Bruno Bros. “culinary pioneers” – knowledgeable and passionate associates – are available to educate customers on cheese selections and help them discover unique meal or snack pairings and product preparation.
“While the legacy of Di Bruno Bros. will always be deeply rooted in the culinary community of Philadelphia as well as the 9th Street Italian Market, we are very excited to bring our culinary pioneering spirit to our neighbors in Central Pennsylvania,” said Bill Mignucci, Jr., president, Di Bruno Bros. “This partnership will allow us to share our enthusiasm for celebrating great food and great people with the all the Giant customers who visit the Camp Hill store.”
Di Bruno Bros. has a significant history in the specialty foods market and has always strived to stay ahead of the curve by continuing to explore and discover culinary trends and developments in the food industry. Established in 1939 by Danny, Joe and Thomas Di Bruno, the company began as a small grocery store on 9th Street in Philadelphia’s historic Italian Market district, where the Di Bruno Bros. flagship store is still located today.
The company prides itself on being a specialty food company involved in all aspects of the business including: importing, exporting, wholesale, prepared foods, catering and manufacturing. The Camp Hill Giant will mark the fifth retail shop and first in Central Pennsylvania for Di Bruno Bros., which has received the “Retailer of the Year” award by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade.