S. Abraham & Sons Foodservice Show to Feature 52 Manufacturer Booths

Emerging trends primary focus at this year’s annual event
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Emerging trends in foodservice will be the primary focus of this year’s annual foodservice show hosted by S. Abraham & Sons on Aug. 11.

The event, at the Suburban Showplace in Novi, Mich., will have 52 manufacturer booths.

Featured in the SAS CStore will be:

  • Rich’s Ready to Finish Donuts
  • Fresh Blends Smoothies
  • Melting Moments cookie ice cream sandwich
  • TruFru “nature’s fruit in chocolate”
  • Pillsbury breakfast on-the-go solutions
  • Parfaits from General Mills

Grab-and-go cooler items will be available to sample, and convenience offerings will include:

  • Beantown coffee program
  • Bunn Bean-to-Cup Fast Cup featuring Paramount Coffee
  • Gogo Grill
  • Walking Taco station
  • Fruit Ridge Farms
  • InnovAsian Chinese cuisine
  • A BBQ sandwich program

“With the fast-paced world around us, foodservice is growing and even more enticing than ever,” S. Abraham & Sons (SAS) said. “SAS is pleased to host this annual event with so many of our foodservice manufacturers being featured at the show.”

Imperial Trading, Elmwood, La., and SAS, Grand Rapids, Mich., provide marketing, distribution and technology solutions to convenience retailers. Their service area extends from the United States and Canada border to the Gulf of Mexico where they service more than 5,000 retail locations. The companies have six distribution centers serving 20 states.

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