U.S. Foodservice Named Outstanding Distributor and Best Partner by National Health Care Network

ROSEMONT, IL (March 9, 2010 - Vocus/PRWEB)—U.S. Foodservice has received top honors as an industry leader in foodservice distribution to healthcare providers from VHA Inc., a national network of not-for-profit health care organizations.

U.S. Foodservice Health Care Group professionals work with more than 3,000 acute care facilities and more than 6,000 long-term care customers across the country, providing operational assessments of their foodservice operations as well as 24/7 access to more than 40,000 products.

Business Partner of the Year
U.S. Foodservice has been extremely valuable in providing exceptional service to our non-acute members VHA’s Non-Acute team rated U.S. Foodservice as a top performer in teamwork, relationships and satisfaction that contributed to VHA’s increased sales and member usage over the past year.

We are proud to receive this recognition from a great health care company like VHA. We know that providing value-added service, a dedication to the highest standards of food safety and quality products is critical to our health care customers. We are committed to this important sector of our industry. During VHA’s recent Supplier Summit in Austin, Texas, U.S. Foodservice was recognized as the VHA Non-Acute “Distributor of the Year” and “Business Partner of the Year” – the only company to receive double honors at this health care industry event.

“U.S. Foodservice has been extremely valuable in providing exceptional service to our non-acute members,” said Amy Anthony, senior vice president of Supply Chain Services. “VHA’s Non-Acute team rated U.S. Foodservice as a top performer in teamwork, relationships and satisfaction that contributed to VHA’s increased sales and member usage over the past year.”

“We are proud to receive this recognition from a great health care company like VHA,” said Stuart Schuette, chief operating officer, U.S. Foodservice. “We know that providing value-added service, a dedication to the highest standards of food safety and quality products is critical to our health care customers. We are committed to this important sector of our industry.”

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