Weinstock has deep roots in the produce industry. As a
child his dad, who was a produce buyer for a major grocery
store chain, brought him to the Washington Street Market
in New York as well as the Hunts Point Auction. By the
age of 12 he was loading trucks and learning about produce.
On the weekends as a teenager, Scott sold produce at the
finishing school, he started out as an inspector of vegetables
in Arizona and a truck broker. He decided to move back
home to New Jersey and take a job with H. Schell &
Co., a major importer/exporter in New York, as a salesman.
He worked there for 4 years before he was hired by Jac.
Vandenberg Inc., another importer/exporter, as a salesman
but with the added responsibility of coordinating inventory
a few years, he was hired by Fisher Bros. Inc., an importer
from Canada, to assist in the marketing of the Chilean
fruit season. After a few years, Scott and a partner opened
a produce brokerage firm which was doing very well but
Scott still had a dream of building his own company from
sold his interest in the partnership and Regal Marketing,
Inc. was born in 1985. RMI started as a one-man operation
and has grown steadily to include the great team it has