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Masi family sells Carlo Masi business

Posted 1/10/23

After 65 years of providing food service distribution services to Central New York, the Masi family has announced the sale of their company Carlo Masi Sons & Daughter, Inc. 

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Masi family sells Carlo Masi business

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UTICA — After 65 years of providing food service distribution services to Central New York, the Masi family has announced the sale of their company Carlo Masi Sons & Daughter, Inc. 

Samuel Masi, the manager, said he was proud of the business started by his father in 1958 with little more than one truck and a lot of grit, but that he and his siblings, Debbie, Jerry and Vito, decided it was the right time to sell. 

“The Masi family felt it was important to find a buyer that would carry on the tradition of putting the customer first by providing excellent service, fresh quality products, on time, at competitive prices,” Masi said.

Carlo Masi Sons & Daughter was acquired by Sam DiSalvo, a businessman from Rochester. DiSalvo indicated that the combination of its customer service reputation coupled with the fact that it is a very well-run organization with room to grow made the decision to acquire the company an easy one.

Carlo Masi Sons & Daughter supplies food service to retail customers, wholesale customers and other institutions. In addition to a full line of fresh fruits and vegetables, company officials say they continue to diversify and also offer a wide range of products to their customers. It currently employs 25 people, with a fleet of nine trucks.

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