DiCarlo said sales were up some 4-5%, reaching $115 million last year compared with $110.5 million in 2002. Furthermore, he noted, growing produce sales opened doors to additional chain business.
"We look forward to additional growth in 2004. We expect to put on 8-10% more business in the first half of the year," DiCarlo said, adding that the company's sales reps report optimism among their operator-customers.
More about the Vincent DiCarlo Jr.'s comments will appear in the upcoming Jan. 30 edition of ID Report