Florida Food Service has been a family owned company since its origination in 1948. Although the generations have changed, it is still family owned and operated. In 1975, Jim Islam became a partner and president of Florida Food Service, Inc. Jim has three sons that are employed in different capacities within the company. January of 2004, Jim's son Joel became president of the company.
We take pride in the fact that all of our upper level managers have been with the company for more than 20 years. Our 90 employees boast an average of 15 years’ service amongst them. Employees that help the local economy grow. We believe that our future depends on the family that we have built at Florida Food Service.
Florida Food Service, Inc. is now adopting GS1 standards and implementing data synchronization for receiving product information via Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN). We requests customers' support and participation in this important initiative to help serve you better.
Accordingly, Florida Food Service, Inc. has partnered with 1WorldSync for data pool services. Please review the information in this document to learn how to send product information via the GDSN. By receiving your information, we aim to provide better reporting data using verified product information as well as providing more information to our customers - increasing their confidence in your products that can increase sales and importantly food safety for the consumer.
Please visit the links on the bottom of this page to learn more about the GDSN process with Florida Food Service.
FLORIDA FOOD SERVICES' DATA SYNC INFORMATION IN A NUTSHELL:
GDSN Pool: 1WorldSync
First publication: InitialLoad
1WorldSync Customer Support
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