- U.S. Foodservice acquires distributor PYA Monarch. // Nation's Restaurant News;08/28/2000, Vol. 34 Issue 35, p57
Reports that U.S. Foodservice Inc., a subsidiary of Dutch food firm Royal Ahold, will acquire food distributor PYA/Monarch. Number of distribution centers operated by PYA/Monarch.
- $15 mil. deal: Atlanta GOP locks bid. // FoodService Director;08/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p27
Reports that a contract valued at $15 million in annual purchases has been awarded to PYA/Monarch Incorporated in Greenville, South Carolina by Shared Health Services Healthcare (SSH) Incorporated in Atlanta, Georgia. Length of the contract; Provisions of the contract; Number of facilities...
- PYA/Monarch in Distributor Mktg. alliance. // Nation's Restaurant News;4/17/95, Vol. 29 Issue 16, p56
Reports on the alliance of PYA/Monarch Inc. and Distributor Marketing Alliance.
- U.S. Foodservice targets the Web savvy with NextDayGourmet.com. Liddle, Alan J. // Nation's Restaurant News;08/14/2000, Vol. 34 Issue 33, p24
Focuses on the launching of the electronic commerce-based procurement business of U.S. Foodservice Inc. Features of the NextDayGourmet.com service of the company; Factors prompting the company's decision to move into the electronic procurement business.
- U.S. Foodservice names Megas CFO. // Nation's Restaurant News;05/10/99, Vol. 33 Issue 19, p98
Reports on the appointment of Gerry Megas as senior vice president and chief financial officer at US Foodservice Inc., a high-volume food distributor.
- U.S. Foodservice unveils Next Day Gourmet service. // Nation's Restaurant News;11/22/99, Vol. 33 Issue 47, p51
Reports on Broad-line distributor U.S. Foodservice's launch of its Next Day Gourmet electronic commerce initiative. Purpose of the initiative; Features of the Web site; Benefits of the site for the company.
- Royal Ahold acquires U.S. Foodservice for $3.6B. // Nation's Restaurant News;03/20/2000, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p76
Reports that Royal Ahold has agreed to acquire U.S. Foodservice, a broad-line food distribution company in the United States. Terms of the deal; Impact of the agreement on the firms' management staff; Retention of U.S. Foodservice's corporate headquarters.
- A Financial Scandal That Hits Closer To Home. Sanson, Michael // Restaurant Hospitality;Apr2003, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p8
Deals with the accounting irregularities discovered at U.S. Foodservice in 2002. Measure taken by food company Ahold to straighten the accounting irregularities; Factor which distorts the true cost of foodservice distributors pay for goods.
- U.S. FoodService serves it up in the big apple. // Food Logistics;Mar2010, Issue 120, p29
The article focuses on U.S. Foodservice (USF), the second largest broad line food service distributor in the U.S. According to the author, USF's Metro New York division has more than 3,000 customers in New York City and its surrounding areas, serving restaurants, schools, hospitals, and chain...