inTEAM Announces: Premier and US Foods to Support Nourish to Flourish K-12 Supply Chain Pilots

August 23, 2019 inTEAM

This joint effort is designed to improve supply chain efficiencies by integrating GDSN (Global Data Synchronization Network) into routine business processes for K-12 operators to assist in compliance with USDA regulations.

US Foods Launches US Foods Direct

August 9, 2019 US Foods

This new offering is integrated into US Foods’ online ordering platform, providing operators with an endless aisle of more than 40,000 specialty products and counting. US Foods Direct gives operators easier access to hard-to-find ingredients, such as specialty spices, seasonings, herbs, pastas, flours, sauces or oils, and innovative, on-trend items such as plant-based proteins, dairy-free or vegan alternatives, and gluten-free products.

Get a Taste of the Meal Kit Action

July 23, 2019 US Foods

Sera Cuni has sold tens of thousands of weekly to-go meal kits right through the front doors of the Root Cellar. So what advice does she have for operators thinking of supplementing their dine-in business with grab-and-go and deliverable meal kits, at a time when ease and convenience are driving consumer decisions more than ever?

US Foods Scholars Announces Nine New Scholarship Recipients

June 26, 2019 US Foods

US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) today announced the newest group of culinary arts students chosen to receive US Foods Scholars scholarships. A total of nine students from the Arizona, Chicago and New York City markets were selected to receive $20,000 each to support their continued education in the culinary arts.

US Foods Serves Up Solutions for On-the-Go Dining with Summer Scoop 2019

June 24, 2019 US Foods

US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) announced today the launch of Summer Scoop 2019 (Summer Scoop), showcasing 21 innovative products designed to help independent restaurant operators keep up with today’s busy diners. The fast-paced growth of the convenience-dining market is reshaping the restaurant industry, with 38 percent of U.S. adults – including 50 percent of millennials – saying they are more likely to have restaurant food delivered than they were two years ago.1