Until Segal's opened, the availability of kosher foods in the Phoenix area was extremely limited. Those who kept kosher had to ship cheese and meat products in from out of town. He opened the gate for Kashrut products in the Arizona Jewish community. When Segal's outgrew its first location, the business moved to a building at 16th Street and Thomas Road; in 1984, it moved to Seventh Street and Camelback Road, where it remains today. The family sold the business in September 2006, but it still retains the Segal's name.