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August 21, 2013

Fairway Market has introduced a hearing loop at its flagship store's deli counter for customers with hearing loss.

NEW YORK — Fairway Market has introduced a hearing loop at its flagship store's deli counter for customers with hearing loss.

Fairway Group Holdings, based in New York, said the loop was installed in its Broadway store in Manhattan. The loop works with a person's telecoil-equipped hearing instrument or cochlear implant, allowing the employee behind the deli to speak into a microphone and transmit the signal wirelessly to the telecoil, blocking ambient background noise and amplifying the clerk's voice.

August 9, 2013

In its first quarter as a public company, Fairway Group Holdings Corp., the parent company of Fairway Market, reported tepid financial results for its fiscal 2014 first quarter ended June 30.

NEW YORK — In its first quarter as a public company, Fairway Group Holdings Corp., the parent company of Fairway Market, reported tepid financial results for its fiscal 2014 first quarter ended June 30.

June 24, 2013

Macy’s continues preparations for its Fourth of July fireworks display and has tapped New York-based supermarket Fairway Market to be its hospitality partner.

NEW YORK — Macy’s continues preparations for its Fourth of July fireworks display and has tapped New York-based supermarket Fairway Market to be its hospitality partner. 

Fairway will provide dinner, drinks and dessert to the thousands of guests invited by Macy's and to watch the 37th annual Fourth of July fireworks display from a prime location on the Westside of Manhattan.

April 17, 2013

With only 12 stores, Fairway Foods is so small it can scarcely be called a regional supermarket chain, but that didn’t stop the company from completing a successful public stock offering on Wednesday.

With only 12 stores, Fairway Foods is so small it can scarcely be called a regional supermarket chain, but that didn’t stop the company from completing a successful public stock offering on Wednesday.

April 5, 2013

Fairway, a popular New York metro area supermarket, announced in a regulatory filing that it is going public.

Fairway, a popular New York metro area supermarket, announced in a regulatory filing that it is going public. The company said it expects its stock to price in the range of $10 to $12 per share as it looked to raise as much as $164 million.

Fairway operates 12 locations in the greater New York City metro area and in on track to open a store this summer in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood and one in Nanuet, N.Y, in the fall.