A family affair
The Warshaw Legacy
Dave is not the first, nor will he be the last Warshaw to offer provisions to his community. Beginning with a candy store on the lower east side of New York in 1873, the Warshaws have been providing a myriad of goods and services for generations, and supplying the neighborhood has been a family tradition ever since.
Like many other European immigrants in the United States the Warshaws were originally faced with a number of economic challenges, but the business of provisions quickly grew into more than just a way to make ends meet. It became something rewarding, something lasting. Warshaw’s Provisions offered an important service to the local community, and with it they created a legacy.