Sodexo to deploy For Five cafés at key foodservice sites

Nov. 2, 2021

Fortune 500 company Sodexo announced an exclusive agreement with For Five, a premium coffee and food provider based in Queens, NY. Under terms of the 10-year agreement, Sodexo’s corporate services clients will serve For Five’s specialty coffee and customized foods at U.S. and Canadian sites.

For Five has reportedly grown exponentially since its inception in 2010. The company’s portfolio includes more than 2,000 customers and over 30 cafés in the United States.

“This partnership provides For Five with the unique opportunity to serve Sodexo’s robust client base,” said For Five cofounder and president Stefanos Vouvoudakis. “Our specialty cafés represent our New York background, our love for quality coffee, and the understanding that it’s not just the coffee, but where you drink it that matters. And we look forward to deploying these cafés at Sodexo corporate client sites and other retail locations."

The Federal Reserve Board and Foley & Hoag are among Sodexo’s corporate dining locations that will feature For Five cafés. Additionally, For Five menu items will be available via Foodee, a Sodexo-acquired technology company that aggregates local restaurants to feed  companies with customizable meals.


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