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Air Culinaire Worldwide Completes Acquisition of Food4Jets

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Dana Ermolenko
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Air Culinaire Worldwide announced the acquisition of in-flight caterer Food4Jets, servicing the greater Phoenix area. The new location, situated in Scottsdale, Arizona, will be the global in-flight caterer’s 23rd owned-and-operated location.

“Over the past 14 years, Food4Jets has been a valued vendor partner in the Air Culinaire Worldwide Network,” said Saverio Mongelli, Vice President of Sales, Air Culinaire Worldwide. “The acquisition is viewed as a natural next step for both of our companies. We look forward to providing existing Food4Jets clients and Air Culinaire Worldwide clients with a seamless experience in the greater Phoenix area.”

Food4Jets employees have been welcomed to the Air Culinaire Worldwide team and have been fully trained on the company’s standard operating procedures to give clients a seamless transition.


“We have supported the in-flight dining needs of Air Culinaire Worldwide clients in the Phoenix area for the past 14 years and our staff understands their service culture,” said Debbie Evans, Owner, Food4Jets. “We feel this transition is a good fit for both companies’ clients and employees.”

For more information on Air Culinaire Worldwide and access to resources such as menus, information on flight crew culinary training, and articles with tips and suggestions to improve a total in-flight catering experience, visit www.airculinaireworldwide.com, or call +1 (813) 449-6000.


 



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