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Cash&Carry changes its name to Smart Foodservice

Cash&Carry Smart Foodservice is dropping the Cash&Carry from its name in its rebranding to Smart Foodservice Warehouse stores, the Portland company announced May 3.

Smart Foodservice is a 63-year-old, warehouse-format store format that caters to the food service industry but is open to the public.

The company operates 63 warehouse stores in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, and Montana. Smart Foodservice arrived on Shoreline Drive in Boise in 1995, on Sundance Road in Nampa in 2006, on Canyon Crest Drive in Twin Falls in 2015, and on Appleway Avenue in Coeur d’Alene in June 2017.

“The updated name better reflects our mission and provides a much clearer message to current and future customers about the products and services we offer,” Smart Food Service President Derek Jones said in a news release.” This new name is a much more accurate reflection of who we are and what we do.”

Smart Foodservice is a division of Commerce, California-based Smart & Final Stores, which operates 260 stores in California, Arizona and Nevada.

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