The Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative works to drive the adoption and implementation of GS1 Standards within the foodservice supply chain. Our goal is that 75 percent of the foodservice industry (measured by revenue) will use GS1 Standards by 2015. You can become part of this important work by providing your standardized data through a supplier, in addition to joining one of GS1's Working Committees.

The GS1 Community is the place to discuss how GS1 Standards impact the manufacturer, ways to increase adoption across foodservice, increasing efficiency, product information, and safety.

For more information visit the GS1 Foodservice Website.

Foodservice GS1 US Update: January 2014

The Foodservice GS1 US Update is provided by IFDA and IFMA to share progress on the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative and provide links to available resources.

VIDEO: Supply Chain, get ready for 2015!

What does the foodservice supply chain look like in 2015? Foodservice insiders explain how they see the industry's supply chain taking shape over the next few critical years with the support of the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative.

Welcome to the GS1 Community!

Thank you for being part of the GS1 Community! Read on for tips on how to take advantage of this resource page.

Q & A How Adopting GS1 US Standards Can Improve Relationships Between Operators and Customers

SmartBrief interview with Ann Oka, senior vice president of supply management for Sodexo and a member of the Executive Leadership Committee for the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative.

Fast Facts on the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative

Curious about the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative and what it represents? Get the facts.

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Presidents Conference

The IFMA Presidents Conference is the place “Where Leaders Meet.” The 54th annual premier top-to-top forum, co-hosted by the NRA and IFDA, brings together influential leaders of foodservice from the operator, manufacturer and distributor communities.

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