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inTEAM Announces: Premier and US Foods to Support Data Sharing & Analytics K-12 Supply Chain Pilots
inTEAM is pleased to announce that Premier and US Foods (NYSE: USFD), one of America’s great food companies and a leading foodservice distributor are participating in the Data Sharing & Analytics Initiative, as part of its 18-month pilot program that started in July 2019. This joint effort is designed to improve supply chain efficiencies by integrating GDSN (Global Data Synchronization Network) into routine businesses processes for K-12 operators to assist in compliance with USDA regulations. Read Press Release
inTEAM is recruiting a top-notch independent sales team, on a non-exclusive basis, who have the knowledge of K-12 food service methodologies, the passion for nutritional excellence, the drive to succeed and be financially rewarded. We offer a robust commission plan and support the sales efforts by providing training, collateral, CRM access, web site bios, assistance with sales and ongoing technical support. ICs who are also food service experts will be provided with the tools for their practice to assist with their menu planning related services. Contact Us to be contacted regarding your interest.
The Nourish to Flourish website has officially launched as a single portal, providing both high level and detailed information for our two primary constituencies: Supplier and School Partners. We invite you to take a tour and provide us your feedback. Join the initiative and participate in the benefits of the Data Sharing & Analytics initiative, revolutionizing the $9B+ K-12 Food Service market.
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The National Dairy Council has recently circulated an N2F Newsletter featuring a summary of the Nourish to Flourish Data Sharing & Analytics Initiative. With this initiative, item specific placement on menu plans and recipes will transform the way our schools procure, prepare and measure successful integration of meal components. Sharing sales and nutrition data and analytics will improve outcomes within the federally defined USDA guidelines.