Our Story 

Where it all began

The Fruit Stand in 1955
Sardilli Fruit Stand


In 1955 Guido Sardilli started a fruit stand on Queen Street in Southington, CT. He would supply the surrounding towns with fresh local produce, flowers and christmas trees for over 25 years. In 1975, Don Sardilli started wholesaling produce out of the back of the fruit stand and started Sardilli Fruit and Produce. In 1980 the fruit stand closed and Sardilli moved into the Hartford Regional Market. 

Moving in the Right Direction

Sardilli Produce & Dairy moves to the 212 Locust Street Location 
The Sardilli Fruit Stand 1950's
The Sardilli Fruit Stand 1950's

Devin and Jason Sardilli outside the fruit stand in 1979.

Sardilli Fruit & Produce 1980
Sardilli Fruit & Produce 1980

Guido and Don Sardilli at the Hartford Regional Market in the 1980's

Don Sardilli President
Don Sardilli President

In 1985 checking a case of iceberg lettuce from California

The Sardilli Fruit Stand 1950's
The Sardilli Fruit Stand 1950's

Devin and Jason Sardilli outside the fruit stand in 1979.

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Sardilli Distribution Center
Sardilli Distribution Center

30,000 square foot facility meets all Food Safety requirements

Ripening Rooms
Ripening Rooms

Our facility has state of the art ripening rooms along with a in house processing facility

New 2015 Fuel Efficient Fleet
New 2015 Fuel Efficient Fleet

Sardilli Distribution Center
Sardilli Distribution Center

30,000 square foot facility meets all Food Safety requirements

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Sardilli Produce & Dairy 


In 1989, Sardilli Produce and Dairy moved into a 30,000 square foot facility where it continues to operate today. After countless reinvestments over the years the faclity is now one of the most state of the art food safe distribution centers in CT equipped with an in-house processing center for value added products.

Continuing Our Family Tradition 

3rd Generation Continues to Deliver Service & Quality  
3rd Genration
3rd Genration

Jason and Devin Sardilli in a squash field in Glastonbury, CT

Jason & Devin Sardilli
Jason & Devin Sardilli

Continue to support our local farmers and friends.

3rd Genration
3rd Genration

Jason and Devin Sardilli in a squash field in Glastonbury, CT

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Locally Grown 

Now in it's 3rd Generation brothers Devin and Jason Sardilli are continuing the family tradition created by their father, Don Sardilli, which is to combine excellent service and superior quality at a competitive price. The company continues to build on its network of local farmers in order to bring locally grown products to their chefs tables. We look forward to continuing to service all of our current and future customers.