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  • Our customers include foodservice distributors and oper - realization. ators, convenience stores, vending machine operators, quick Net sales growth for our Bakeries and Foodservice segment by service and other restaurant operators, and business and school customer segment is shown in the following tables: cafeterias in the United States and Canada.

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  • Foodservice, which is based in Rosemont, Ill., created shell companies to buy food products from vendors and then resold those goods to U.S.

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  • The company is the largest supplier of chicken to middlemen such as Sysco Corp. and US Foodservice, which provide the nation's bars and restaurants with wings and breast meat, but demand has remained sluggish while retail sales have been flat despite the surge in the price of beef and pork.

    Hormel Profit Rises 15% on Strong Grocery, Turkey Results

  • A detour to Gracie Mansion to review final plans for the Conservancy Dinner tomorrow night 'life happens around food' before heading to the Javits Center and the annual International Restaurant & Foodservice Show.

    Liz Neumark: An Award Winning Weekend

  • In 2007, the company agreed to sell the U.S. Foodservice unit to a group of private-equity investors.

    Former Ahold Unit Executive Sentenced

  • Mark Kaiser , who was marketing director for Ahold's former U.S. Foodservice Inc. unit, pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy in August after he was granted a new trial last year.

    Former Ahold Unit Executive Sentenced

  • In 2004, Ahold settled Securities and Exchange Commission charges that accounting issues led the company to overstate net sales by about $30 billion from fiscal 2000 through fiscal 2002, including artificially inflating payments to U.S. Foodservice by vendors.

    Former Ahold Unit Executive Sentenced

  • Foodservice and Private Label growth drove much of the Keebler success and play a key role in the strategic growth plans for TreeHouse and the new Bay Valley Foods.

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  • In 2004, Ahold, a grocery-chain holding company based in the Netherlands, settled SEC charges that accounting issues led it to overstate net sales by about $30 billion from fiscal 2000 through fiscal 2002, including artificially inflating payments to U.S. Foodservice by vendors.

    Guilty Plea in Conspiracy Case

  • At a hearing in Manhattan federal court on Monday, the one-time marketing director for Ahold's former U.S. Foodservice Inc. unit, pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy.

    Guilty Plea in Conspiracy Case

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