Wholesale Grocery Liquidators North Carolina
Professional and experienced wholesale grocery liquidators from Lewisco Holdings await the opportunity to serve clients and buyers throughout North Carolina. We offer established measures to liquidate goods at a fair price and conceal them thoroughly within appropriate markets.
Buying and redistributing excess inventory requires experience, processes, logistics, and buying power. We offer them all. Lewisco Holdings takes goods that no longer fit the mold of first-line, pristine markets and transfers them into alternative markets that are appropriate for their condition, and we’re able to accomplish this goal year-round no matter how much product is being liquidated.
Liquidation Worthy Conditions
Deciding when to pull a product for liquidation is a balancing act for first-line merchants. As a basic rule, if the condition of the product is no longer fresh and pristine, it should probably be directed to alternative channels.
Products statuses that meet the standard for liquidation can be any of the following:
- Short-coded items
- Closeout or marked down merchandise
- Leftover products from lines with updated formulations or packaging
- Seasonal, holiday, or promotional merchandise
- Canceled orders
- Turned down loads
- Near or passed expiration or best by dates
- Private label or store brand goods
- Mis-labeled goods
- Additional slow-moving goods.
When considering liquidation, the next question might be whether Lewisco Holdings liquidates the category of merchandise that you have available. Within our inventory, we welcome and redistribute all of the following categories, plus more:
- Dry, canned, frozen, and refrigerated foods
- Alcohol-free beverages
- Canned, kibble, biscuit, jerky, and other styles of pet food and treats
- HBA items
- Paper products
- Cleaning products and implements
- Additional surplus household merchandise.
Liquidation Best Practices
The first step in the process used by Lewisco Holdings for liquidation is to provide us with the product info regarding the products you want us to buy. This step is the only one that will require any effort, and we make it easy.
Upload all of the following information on our online form or call us:
- Brand and label
- List of ingredients
- Nutritional information
- Dates on the packaging’s inside and outside
- Package size
- Merchandise quantity per unit, case, pallet, load
- Pickup collection location
- Preferred price
When we continue with liquidation, we do so quickly and discreetly by leveraging hundreds of buyer accounts, a dedicated carrier network, and a baker’s dozen of warehouses throughout the Lower 48.
We sell to a variety of buyers, so we can liquidate large volumes regardless of the season. Are you an opportunity buyer? You can’t be a full-line distributor, a wholesaler, a restaurant, a convenience store, or a supermarket.
Examples of the typical liquidation buyer include:
- Small retailers (privately owned)
- Salvage grocery stores
- Community food banks
- Correctional institutions
- After-school programs
- Flea market vendors
- Farmers markets
- Other non-traditional outlets
As we transfer goods into the secondary market, we protect the brand’s identity and reputation. All of our buyers commit to avoiding following manufacturer restrictions, and we offer repackaging services under our own private label, Mabel’s Farms to protect the brand when concealment is difficult.
Additional services that we offer include acting as a proxy sales team, providing a turnkey auction service, and searching for specific products as required by customers.
First-line market participants in North Carolina that require wholesale food liquidators can depend on the professionals at Lewisco Holdings. Contact us today – online by clicking here or via phone at (917) 651-0101.