Two New Companies Join IFDA

(February 20, 2013)—The International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA) recently announced the addition of two new member companies: Primus Builders, Inc. and DNO, Inc.

Primus Builders is a design/build engineering and construction management firm headquartered in Woodstock, Ga. The 13-year-old company specializes in planning, budgeting, design, construction and professional services within a wide range of industries, including food and beverage, distribution, and commercial/industrial. Primus Builders has joined the IFDA as an Allied Member.

Owned and operated by the DiNovo family, the fresh produce distributor DNO, Inc. was founded in 1989. DNO, Inc. and DNO Produce LLC operate a state-of-the-art processing facility in Columbus, Ohio that provides bulk wholesale and fresh cut products. The company's labels include Freshealth and Freshealth Kids. The company has continued to grow and expand, focusing on custom packaging, and serves accounts in independent and chain restaurants, education, healthcare, institutional, c-store, retail, and military.

IFDA’s members include broadline, systems, and specialty foodservice distributors that supply food and related products to restaurants and other food away from home foodservice operations. IFDA members operate more than 700 distribution facilities representing more than $110 billion in annual sales.

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