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Dan Glickberg is one of the investors featured in Food Network's reality series "Food Fortunes."

Dan Glickberg was the fourth generation founding family member at Fairway Market. Food became the focal point in his life at an early age. When he was a toddler his mother made him baby food from scratch, boiling various vegetables and then turning them into a thick paste. It was as pure as baby food could get. He finished his first prime strip steak when he was four. During grade school he would eat so many carrots and drink so much orange juice that his skin had an orange hue. From there his passion grew.

A graduate of Trinity College, Glickberg started working at Fairway Market full time in 2005 joining his father Howie, currently the Vice Chairman of Development of Fairway, who followed his grandfather Leo and his great-grandfather and founder, Nathan, before him. Glickberg was no stranger to Fairway having worked part-time after school and during the summer since he was in his early teens. He had previously served in a variety of capacities — unloading trucks, waiting tables in the 74th Street CafĂ©, assisting customers and stocking shelves — before joining the company full-time as a vice president.

At Fairway Glickberg quickly earned the nickname "the face of Fairway Market." Very comfortable in front of the camera, he took an active role in promoting the company through his cooking demonstrations that he performed with Mitchel London, Fairway's Chef de Cuisine, both in the stores and on television. He also worked with Mitchel every week for "At the Table" segments on WOR Radio's "Joan Hamburg Show" and for "To the Market" segments on WOR Radio's "The Joe Bartlett Show." Glickberg was also called upon regularly to host Fairway sponsored events and handle electronic and print media interviews.

In April of 2013 with the company ready to go public Glickberg decided to move on and start his own business, Dan Glickberg Food. With this company he is actively pursuing venture capital opportunities in the food business, food consulting and media. Food has and will continue to be at the center of his life as he pursues his new ventures.

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