Adoption of GS1 Standards

Posted by IFDA May 05, 2014

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May 19

Gold & Silver Plate Celebration

This Annual IFMA Gold & Silver Plate Awards event during NRA Week enables manufacturers to honor the nation's top operator talent. Annually, IFMA grants Silver Plate Awards in nine operator categories and honors one winner with the prestigious Gold Plate Award on the night of the celebration. This event affords the perfect opportunity to entertain operator customers. 

Foodservice GS1 US Update: July/August 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. 

Jeff Jablow from Cheeburger Cheeburger Gets Grilled by IFMA’s SMB Group

Every month, IFMA's Small & Midsized Business (SMB) community hosts a discussion with industry experts, trading partners or operator customers. In April, Jeff Jablow, Director of Training and Menu Development, answered some hard (and some not so hard) questions about his business.

Boyd Jordon Speaks to Small/Midsized Businesses about Category Management, Consolidation & Customers

Every month, IFMA's Small & Midsized Business (SMB) community hosts a discussion with industry experts, trading partners or operator customers. In January, Boyd Jordon, president of Reinhart Foodservice and industry veteran, shared his views on the changing foodservice landscape and how SMBs can better work with Reinhart in 2014 and beyond. 

WEBINAR: US Foods Dishes about Category Management

Sylvia Wulf, Senior Vice President of Center of the Plate at US Foods recently discussed the US Foods category management initiative. Watch the webinar to find out what she said regarding category management for foodservice vs. retail, eight essential steps to successful implementation and the importance of collaboration amongst supply chain partners.

Foodservice Leaders Share Call-to-Action for Complete and Accurate Data

Seventeen leading foodservice organizations have co-signed an industry call-to-action letter to focus on complete and accurate product data to help meet the demand for information transparency in today’s digital world. This effort is aimed at improving data sharing between trading partners as well as with consumers, and was coordinated by the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative.

Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum 2013: Foodservice Category Management Executive Summary

Category management is a data-driven, collaborative process where distributors and manufacturers work together to develop strategies to grow specific categories, by satisfying operators and consumers. The concept of category management isn't new, but with a new business paradigm focused on supply chain efficiency and with access to an unprecedented level of data, the time for foodservice category management is now. Download an executive summary from Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum 2013 to learn more. 

5 Groundbreaking Foodservice Initiatives

A lot was covered at Presidents Conference 2013. Take a look at the agenda and registration list for more information on the many learning and collaboration opportunities of which attendees took advantage. In case you missed it, read on for a list of five new industry-wide initiatives, introduced by Dawn Sweeney (NRA), Larry Oberkfell (IFMA) and Mark Allen (IFDA) directed to win back the consumer for foodservice.

Washington Insights Update: Food Safety Modernization Act, Hunger-Free Kids Act & more

The Washington Insights initiative was launched in the fall of 2012 to provide timely information to IFMA members on government actions and their impacts on our industry. The Washington Insights Committee has identified four main areas from which the relevant policy developments are tracked, analyzed, and reported for the benefit of the broader IFMA membership.

Washington Insights Update: Food Safety Modernization Act, Hunger-Free Kids Act & more

The Washington Insights initiative was launched in the fall of 2012 to provide timely information to IFMA members on government actions and their impacts on our industry. The Washington Insights Committee has identified four main areas from which the relevant policy developments are tracked, analyzed, and reported for the benefit of the broader IFMA membership.

Nancy Kruse recounts avenues for driving revenue from COEX

The need to generate revenue is fundamental to restaurant success. Generating new traffic or increasing check average are the two basic ways to increase revenue. Learn what the COEX operator panelists told Nancy Kruse.