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    Sysco Buys Goldberg & Solovy Foods

    The foodservice giant adds distributor with $140 million in revenues.

    HOUSTON -- Food distribution giant Sysco Corp. purchased Goldberg & Solovy Foods Inc. (G&S) on May 24 for an undisclosed sum. The new owner said the management team and employees at G&S, based in southern California, will remain with the company.

    G&S is a broadline foodservice distributor founded in 1974 by Earl Goldberg and partners. The company currently boasts annual revenues of $140 million.

    "G&S' protein specialty and high-quality customer service are an ideal fit with Sysco's culture and operations," said Scott Sonnemaker, Sysco's senior vice president, western region. "We welcome the G&S team to Sysco and look forward to working together to continue to grow the business."

    Goldberg, who will continue to serve as G&S president, added: "We look forward to partnering with Sysco. Our customers can expect the same great service and an even broader line of quality-assured foodservice products."

     

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