Food distributor Victory Foodservice provides fresh produce, meat, and seafood, along with specialty and imported goods, to food-based businesses and restaurants. The company has called New York home since 1985 when it was founded by brothers Mike and Gus Tyras. It serves the greater metropolitan New York market as well as northern New Jersey with further service in Long Island and trucks operating in Boston.
Precision Industrial EquipmentOn the Cutting Edge of Food-Safe Equipment
Precision Industrial Equipment was founded in 2013. It operates in the beautiful Yakima Valley of Washington State and is locally owned. It designs, builds, and installs customized equipment, with after-sales services, to North American and European food processors.
G & R Foods Inc.Say ‘Cheese, Please’ or ‘Pass the Butter’ – G & R Foods Will Gladly Oblige
With a family history of cheese-making in Wisconsin – ‘America’s Dairyland’ – G & R Foods Inc., is the go-to source for retailers, food service providers, and food manufacturers that depend on quality, on-time delivery of cheese and other dairy products.
CoreFXBetter Eating Through Chemistry – CoreFX Plans to Revolutionize Healthier Foods
It’s an everyday paradox: junk food is terrible for you yet tastes great. A healthier diet is a lofty goal, though not easily reached when many healthier foods are just, well, not very satisfying. But imagine if foods were not only healthier but also tasted great. Chicago-based CoreFX Ingredients is working to create food ingredients which not only improve nutritional quality but also taste great. The end goal: a revolution in nutritional thinking and eating habits.
Jac. VandenbergFruit of the World from Jac. Vandenberg – Importers and Distributors for Four Generations
Family business Jac. Vandenberg imports and distributes a full line of counter-seasonal fresh fruits in the United States and Canada. The products are primarily grapes, citrus fruits, nectarines, peaches and plums, apples and pears, and pomegranates from the southern hemisphere.
Atlantic City Convention CenterThe Ideal Meeting and Convention Destination
Built in 1997, the Atlantic City Convention Center (ACCC) in New Jersey is one of the largest convention centers on the East Coast. It features 486,000 square feet of exhibit halls, 45 meeting rooms with over 100,000 square feet of space, more than 1,200 parking spaces, and is connected to the Sheraton Hotel. The New Jersey Transit train station is also connected to the center, which is highly convenient for passage between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Ontario Camps AssociationMaking Camp a Safe Place to Learn and Grow
For a parent sending their child to camp, be it a day camp or overnight camp, it can be a very emotional experience. It doesn’t matter if it’s the first time or the tenth time; parents will always worry about the safety and wellbeing of their child when they are not in their care.
World Product SolutionsExpanding the World of Beauty and Skincare
World Product Solutions is a private label and contract manufacturer for the consumer skincare, cosmeceutical, beauty and personal care markets. In addition, the company operates a fulfillment center where fulfillment and value-add take on new meaning.
Segway’s Canadian DistributionA Better Way to Get from A to B
Imagine one tool to move people around factories, warehouses and communities – a tool that has zero emissions and saves time and money. You’ve probably already seen it; the Segway® Personal Transporter (PT).
Pacific Northern Inc.It’s All in How You Display It
Outstanding visual merchandising displays reflecting luxury are essential to the success of upscale lifestyle brands. This is why over 150 clients worldwide are turning to Pacific Northern (PN), headquartered in Carrollton, Texas, for customized displays to enhance their product’s visibility in the market place.
Town of Billerica, MAA Positive Environment for Diversified Business Ventures
Investment attraction strategies are crucial if a community hopes to garner the all-essential competitive advantage. These strategies are many, but the ultimate goal is that of showcasing the inimitable attributes of a community – those elements that make it unique and worthy of business investment.
Town of Hanover, NHA Collective Effort of Development
The town of Hanover in the Upper Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire is home to prestigious Ivy League research university Dartmouth College. Together with the university, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC), and other stakeholders in the region, the town is working to manage growth wisely and sustainably.
City of Wauwatosa, WIHow a Growing Suburb Retains Its Character
Milwaukee County’s City of Wauwatosa is the perfect place to live and work in the State of Wisconsin. For years, both public and private land has been creatively re-imagined and repurposed, giving the historic city its own unique flavor that cannot be replicated by any other Milwaukee area suburb.
City of Stamford, CTNo End to the Thriving Development in Stamford
A mere thirty miles from Manhattan is Connecticut’s now second-largest city, Stamford. Despite its growth, the city ranks as one of the safest places in the state and indeed, the entire country, and there is plenty to do, from wandering picturesque trails to experiencing the vibrant nightlife.
City of Lodi, CAIdeal Climate Conditions for Plants and People Alike
Lodi, deep-rooted in California’s rival wine country, is giving Napa Valley a run for its money. While it doesn’t stretch along the north Pacific coast or the ultra-warm region of the south, its Mediterranean climate creates the perfect Zinfandel varietal, and offers up an ideal location for the exploration and implementation of agricultural technology to serve the wine business well now and in the future.
City of Hercules, CAGrowing Strong on the Bayfront
On the coast of the San Pablo Bay, in western Contra Costa County, lies the City of Hercules. Just 30 minutes away from downtown San Francisco, the city of approximately 26,000 residents possesses its own unique story…
City of Brenham, TXA Unique Welcome Awaits
The state of Texas has what is undoubtedly one of the nation’s fastest-growing economies and has for decades, according to D Magazine. (D CEO 2018). Much of this thriving economy takes place in the Texas Triangle, the region that encompasses Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio. The D Magazine article goes on to note that the Texas Triangle is ranked an impressive seventeenth among world economies.
Cibolo Economic Development CorporationSmall Town Charm, Big City Vision
Unlike some parts of the United States which are at an economic standstill, Cibolo is one of the fastest-growing locations in the Lone Star State, and boasts plenty of amenities found in much larger cities like Austin, but without the traffic congestion and high costs. Many businesses are choosing the city for its easy access to Interstate 10 and Interstate 35, low energy costs, a 160-acre business park under development, an educated workforce, over 400,000 square feet of new and future retail development, mixed-use projects, reasonably-priced housing, and more.
Pinal County, AZWide Open Opportunity
Located between Phoenix and Tucson, in a scenic area of south-central Arizona, is Pinal County. With the Superstition Mountains in its north and the Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness area in the south, Pinal County’s scenic location of wide open beauty is just one of many unique features it offers its residents. The county also boasts a variety of opportunities in just about any industry you could imagine.
Sharco ExpressTaking Pride in a Reliable and Efficient Delivery System
Sharco Express, with its corporate headquarters located in Rochester Hills, Michigan, operates as a family-owned trucking business. Founded in 2008 by George Franczyk, an owner-operator with twenty years of experience, the company has a fleet of seventy-two trucks with seventy-five drivers operating within the lower forty-eight states and into Canada. Sharco also has warehouse facilities in Burton, Michigan, forty miles to the north.
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