As consumers are becoming increasingly interested in the source of their food they are relying on restaurants now more than ever to deliver the flavorful yet responsible dishes they crave. To help chefs and foodservice operators meet this growing diner demand, US Foods introduces its “Serve Good” line featuring a wide range of products including organic bread, cage-free eggs and non-GMO oils.

 “The demand for sustainable options when dining out continues to grow,” said Stacie Sopinka, vice president, product development and innovation for US Foods. “In fact, nearly 70 percent of diners say they would have a better impression of a restaurant that offered sustainable foods. With the high-quality, on-trend and sustainable items in Serve Good, we can help our customers deliver what their diners want and stay competitive in this changing marketplace.”

Each of the 21 Serve Good products are responsibly sourced or contribute to waste reduction while also bringing the benefits of versatility and time and labor savings in the kitchen.

Nearly 40 percent of the US food supply is wasted annually, and about $218 billion a year is spent growing, processing, transporting and disposing of food that is never eaten. These Serve Good products are fresh, efficient and contribute to waste reduction, as well as responsible disposables, according to US Foods.

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