The Royal Farms legacy began in the 1960’s when its parent company, Cloverland Dairy, opened its first “White Jug” store in Baltimore, Maryland. At the time, home delivery of milk products was being replaced by the availability of these products in large grocery stores. The “White Jug” store was a convenient location for customers to pick up the dairy – more...products that had formerly been delivered to their homes. Over the years, the stores began selling other convenience items to their customers. As the industry evolved, the name changed to Royal Farm Stores, and then to Royal Farms.
Today, Royal Farms has become a regional powerhouse with almost 200 stores in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Royal Farms has developed its own brand of quality fresh foods, while continuing a tradition of selling dairy products, core convenience items, and gasoline products. – less
What do employees at Royal Farms say about culture and work-life balance?
A mixed bag
Written by Shift Lead (Current Employee) from Ashburn, VA on June 3, 2018
My experience is limited with working in a brand new store that was just opened a couple of months back. My start with the company was hardly done correctly with the store having just opened. I have had no real official training and was essentially told to figure it all out on the spot as I went. I was thrown to the wolves essentially.
The starting - more...