Andrew Iacobucci is appointed as the senior executive vice president for field operations and chief commercial officer by US Foods.
BUSINESS WIRE — ROSEMONT, Ill. Andrew Iacobucci has been named Senior Executive Vice President, Field Operations, and Chief Commercial Officer, effective immediately, according to a press release from US Foods Holding Corp. (NYSE: USFD). Iacobucci’s new position will see him in charge of the company’s broadline business as well as local sales, commercial excellence, merchandising, marketing, CHEF’STORE, US Foods Direct, and MOX departments. As a member of the organisation’s Executive Leadership Team, he will answer to Chief Executive Officer Dave Flitman.
As Senior Executive Vice President, Field Operations, and Chief Commercial Officer, Andrew will play a crucial part, said Flitman. As he demonstrated throughout his tenure as Interim CEO last year and most recently during my onboarding process, Andrew is a bright, strong, and respected executive. I’m looking forward to working with Andrew in his new position to promote effective implementation of our long-term strategy.
According to Iacobucci, US Foods is on a great trajectory and is providing substantial value to its employees, clients, and shareholders. I’m excited to collaborate with Dave and the rest of the Executive Leadership Team to maintain our momentum in this new position and ready to apply the lessons I’ve learned from my experiences working at US Foods.
Iacobucci joined US Foods in 2017 and most recently worked as the company’s chief transition officer, assisting Flitman with his onboarding and offering advice. From May 2022 to January 2023, he was US Foods’ interim CEO. Before that, Iacobucci served as the company’s Chief Commercial Officer, overseeing the marketing, pricing, and local sales operations. He was the Chief Merchandising Officer before. Iacobucci worked at top Canadian food retailer Loblaw Companies Limited for ten years before joining US Foods. Prior to that, he served as executive vice president of merchandising for retailer Ahold USA. He holds degrees from the University of Toronto Law School and Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
Regarding US Foods
pledging to assist its clients One of the best food firms in the country, Make It, US Foods collaborates with about 250,000 restaurants and foodservice operators to support the growth of their operations. With 70 broadline locations, more than 85 cash and carry locations, and 29,000 employees, US Foods offers its clients a wide variety of cutting-edge foods as well as a full range of e-commerce, technology, and business solutions. The main office of US Foods is in Rosemont, Illinois. See www.usfoods.com for more information.
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