In 1928, Glenn's father, Frank T. Cutsforth opened a meat market on NW 1st in Canby. At the age of 12, Glenn began working in the business and became his father's right-hand man. In 1937, Glenn married Elsie Egli. Elsie joined the family business originally working as a meat cutter.

Groceries were added to the market in 1946 and Cutsforth's Market became Canby's third grocery store. Glenn and Elsie's son, Frank, started working for the market in 1957.

In 1963, Cutsforth Market moved to a new location on the corner of 2nd & Holly St where it remained for 12 years. Cutsforth's again relocated in 1975, to their current location at 225 NE 2nd in downtown Canby.

After three major remodels, Cutsforth's Thriftway Marketplace is now a full-service grocery store that employs more than 125 service-oriented individuals.

Awards and Recognitions
2002 Better Business Bureau - Oregon & SW Washington

2003 Austin Family Business Award - Oregon Winner

2004 MassMutual National Family Business of the Year - 3rd Place

2006 People's Choice Award - Chili Cook off

2007 General Canby Day's Parade - Mayor's Choice Award

4H/FFA Sponsor for 21 years

Major Sponsor of CCC Invitational for over 20 years