Half of Restaurant Decision Makers View Technology as Important to Their Operations, But Only One-Third are Implementing It, According to a New US Foods Survey

May 15, 2019 US Foods

US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) today released the results of a new survey of 500 independent restaurant decision makers to gauge their outlook on critical operational decisions. Although half of restaurant decision makers think technology is a way to address food waste, manage staff and drive customer traffic, only one-third of them are implementing it.

US Foods Names New Chief Supply Chain Officer

May 10, 2019 US Foods

US Foods Holding Corp. announced that Timothy Connolly will join the company as Executive Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer, effective May 13, 2019. Connolly will oversee the US Foods supply chain organization, including safety, warehousing, transportation, supply chain strategy, operations, continuous improvement, and labor relations.

US Foods Celebrates Official Opening of Fife, Washington Facility Expansion

March 28, 2019 US Foods

US Foods Holding Corp. announced the official opening of the company’s newly renovated Fife, Washington distribution facility. The project began in early 2016 and has nearly doubled the size of the facility from 127,000 square feet to 240,000 square feet.

US Foods Announces Spring US Foods Scholars Program Recipients

March 26, 2019 US Foods

US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD) today announced the company’s newest US Foods Scholars scholarship recipients. Seven students from four cities across the U.S. were selected to receive up to $20,000 each to support their continued culinary education, in addition to hands-on training opportunities with US Foods culinary professionals.

US Foods Expands Serve Good Sustainable Product Offering with Spring Scoop 2019

February 27, 2019 US Foods

US Foods Holding Corp. announced the launch of Spring Scoop 2019 (Spring Scoop), which focuses on the continued expansion of US Foods’ award-winning Serve Good program. Serve Good products meet rigorous criteria for responsible sourcing or waste reduction, including packaging standards that are designed to reduce waste, prioritize the use of recycled materials and help reduce US Foods’ environmental footprint.