This is one of the biggest challenges small and medium sized companies have today in foodservice. In fact, all companies seem to struggle with getting products to the distributor. What is the best distribution system for your products to the operator? What are your options? The “last mile” can be the most expensive in the supply chain to the operator. Let’s work together to understand options and fill this gap.


 Proper packaging can not only help create sales, but it can save you money. In foodservice, generally, products are not seen by the consumer. Attractive packaging is not always necessary, but it does help products stand out in the operator’s mind and on the shelf in the kitchen. With an extensive product line, packaging can make identification of products more efficient. Do you make your packaging bilingual? Is the packaging as “green” as possible? Does your packaging pass the strength test, so you can avoid returns on product damaged during transportation?

Let’s find the best option for your products!

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