CDS Vending, a disabled veteran owned minority vending and food supply company, has announced it is expanding its commissary and bulk food supply business.
The company plans to focus on strengthening and growing its existing contractual relationship with Keefe Group's Keefe Commissary Network, a leading manufacturer, distributor and automated commissary provider. "We also plan to leverage the contacts and relationships developed at the NAMA OneShow and the National Veterans Small Business Conference," said Jacob R. Miles, vice president of marketing and strategy, in a prepared statement.
The company's plans include a national tour visiting with leading government and United Nations representatives, leading companies in the commissary and bulk food supply business supported by a marketing campaign highlighting the benefits of working with the most highly qualified and respected service disabled veteran owned minority business
The U.S. Defense Commissary Agency operates commissaries that provide service members with the same provisions or groceries available in the U.S. "The U.S. Defense Commissary agency, the United Nations, veteran’s hospitals and prisons are integral parts of our growth strategy," said Carl D. Shepard, president and CEO of CDS Vending Inc.