Unidine's FAME Acquisition Extends its Food and Dining Services Market Reach
FREMONT, CA: Unidine Corporation, a food and dining management services company, bolsters its market reach with its latest acquisition of FAME Food Management company enabling the former to foray into serving government and education sectors.
Unidine is leveraging ‘Lead With Dining’ model which supports customer acquisition, brand expression, and employee recruitment strategies in a cost effective manner. It benefits from its latest acquisition, FAME, through its rich customer portfolio with clients including U.S. Government Publishing Office, Transportation Safety Administration, the John Carroll School, Mass Bay Community College and Bristol Community College.
"FAME's market and geographic penetration, along with a shared commitment to exceptional service and customized culinary experiences, serve as a perfect complement to Unidine's expanding portfolio," explained Richard Schenkel, founder and CEO, Unidine, reports Marketwired.
Unidine’s acquisition of organizations and individual talents are working a great deal for the firm. The company’s latest strategy involves a cost effective cooking model which paves for boosting local economy through collaboration with local formers, bakeries, and local purchasing collaborative.
"We are laser focused on revolutionizing what was once simply known as institutional dining to meet the expectations of today's consumers while serving our clients' business objectives."
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