Foodservice GS1 US Update: January/February 2012

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Executives from Feesers Inc. met with representatives of GS1 US at the IFDA Partners Executive Forum in late January. In two days, GS1 US was able to hold 23 meetings about the standards initiative with distributors and manufacturers attending the conference.

UniPro Foodservice GS1 US Standards Progress Report. In 2011, UniPro Foodservice reached out to more than 750 manufacturer companies to discuss adoption of Foodservice GS1 US Standards. These companies included approved UniPro vendor companies and additional manufacturers submitted by UniPro distributor members as being important to the process of standards adoption. FSEnet was selected by UniPro as a data pool provider to support UniPro distributor members in standards adoption.

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