Pro Food Systems

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    Headquartered in central Missouri, PFSbrands is the parent company of foodservice brands– Champs Chicken® and Cooper’s Express®. These two turn-key hot food programs along with several other of the company’s recognizable private-label brands can be found in the delis of nearly 1,000 convenience stores and supermarkets across 36 states. PFSbrands (formerly Pro Food Systems) has been named by INC. Magazine as one of the “Fastest Growing Privately-Held Companies in the USA” for 8 consecutive years. The impetus behind PFSbrands continuous, rapid growth is a company culture that thrives on making its retailers successful. To do so, retail partners are provided unparalleled levels of professional support by a dedicated and enthusiastic company staff and through generous programs, well-honed processes and absolutely delicious products. This approach has turned the company’s brands into two of America’s leading prepared food programs. ... Show more
    TypePrivate
    Founded1999
    HQHolts Summit, US
    Websitepfsbrands.com
    Employee Ratings3.6

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    Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)118

    Key People/Management at Pro Food Systems

    Darrell Hale

    Darrell Hale

    VP - Equipment Division
    Dave Yarbrough

    Dave Yarbrough

    Senior VP - Business Development & Field Operations
    Carla Dowden

    Carla Dowden

    VP - Human Resources
    Brock Blaise

    Brock Blaise

    Senior VP - Operations
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    Pro Food Systems Office Locations

    Pro Food Systems has an office in Holts Summit
    Holts Summit, US (HQ)
    170 Commerce Drive
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    1999
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    Pro Food Systems Blogs

    5 Quick Facts on Why Chicken Is Truly King

    Chicken, chicken, chicken. It seems to be everywhere in the world of foodservice – the number of QSR and restaurant chains serving chicken keeps increasing and there are national advertising campaigns focused solely around it.

    5 Tips to Build a Private Label Program That Extends Your Personal Brand

    Building a private label foodservice program is an excellent way to extend your personal brand, especially with loyal customers that already love your business.

    4 Ways a Prepared Food Deli Program Increases Your Exposure

    Adding a deli program to your store doesn’t just give your customers delicious food (it does this in spades!), it also helps more potential customers find your business.

    How a Foodservice Program Gives You More Control Over Your Profitability

    Adding a foodservice program to your store provides more ways to gain control over your profitability. Generally, foodservice programs offer a higher margin than most departments in both grocery and convenience stores, unless prices are purposefully set lower for one reason or anothe…

    Why You Should Consider a Private Label Program

    When it comes to choosing between a private label or branded foodservice program, you need to weigh the pros and cons of each and decide what’s best for your grocery business.

    Four Building Blocks to Competing Against Local QSRs

    Drawing in new customers means thinking beyond grocery sometimes. Competing against local quick service restaurants offers a whole new avenue to bring in customers for new reasons that can create a steady stream of revenue and help increase your loyal customer base.
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    Pro Food Systems Company Life and Culture

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    Pro Food Systems Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Pro Food Systems founded?

      Pro Food Systems was founded in 1999.

    • Who are Pro Food Systems key executives?

      Pro Food Systems's key executives are Darrell Hale, Dave Yarbrough and Carla Dowden.

    • How many employees does Pro Food Systems have?

      Pro Food Systems has 118 employees.

    • Who are Pro Food Systems competitors?

      Competitors of Pro Food Systems include DineEquity, The Cheesecake Factory and Rojak Line.

    • Where is Pro Food Systems headquarters?

      Pro Food Systems headquarters is located at 170 Commerce Drive, Holts Summit.

    • Where are Pro Food Systems offices?

      Pro Food Systems has an office in Holts Summit.

    • How many offices does Pro Food Systems have?

      Pro Food Systems has 1 office.