Gordon Food Service Honors FoodHandler with Cornerstone Partner Award for Second Consecutive Year

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Food safety leader FoodHandler garners kudos from customer Gordon Food Service (GFS) for providing excellent service and achieving strategic initiatives. GFS presented FoodHandler with a Cornerstone Partner award for the second year in a row.

We strive to be the leader in the food safety category, and it is an honor to have GFS recognize our team's efforts again this year.

FoodHandler, Inc., a leading supplier of disposable gloves, bags, apparel and accessories, recently received a Cornerstone Partner Award from Gordon Food Service (GFS), North America’s largest family-owned and managed broadline foodservice distributor.

This is the second year in a row that GFS has presented this supplier award to FoodHandler for producing excellent service metrics and making extraordinary efforts to achieve strategic initiatives. FoodHandler was one of 16 suppliers to receive the Cornerstone Partner Award as part of GFS's prestigious annual Vendor Involvement Process (VIP) Supplier Awards program.

“We strive to be the leader in the food safety category, and it is an honor to have GFS recognize our team’s efforts again this year,” said FoodHandler VP Sales Beth Dahlke. “Our partnership demonstrates a commitment to helping our mutual customers implement efficient, hygienic practices throughout their foodservice operations.”

About FoodHandler
FoodHandler, Inc. is a leading developer and supplier of high-quality disposable products including gloves, bags, apparel and other related products under the FoodHandler®, JobSelect® and MedHandler® brands. Based in Elk Grove Village, Ill., FoodHandler focuses on hygiene and food safety solutions that help drive efficiencies and set the standard for usability and protection in a variety of foodservice, sanitation and healthcare applications. Commercial, industrial and institutional customers count on FoodHandler’s North American distribution network to deliver products and services when and where they are needed. To find out more, please visit http://www.FoodHandler.com.

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