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Top 50 Management Companies 41-50

41 Treat America Food Services, Inc.
42
Nutrition Management Services Co.
43
Pomptonian Food Service
44
Restaurant Marketing Associates
45
FAME Food Management, Inc.
46
Continental Dining & Refreshment Services
47
Prince Food Systems, Inc.
48
The Certo Group/L.A. Food Services
49
Linton's Managed Services, Inc.
50
Kosch Foodservice Group

41 Treat America Food Services, Inc.
SHAWNEE MISSION, KS
www.treatamerica.com

SALES VOLUME 2004: $28(e)
(in millions) 2003: $19(e)
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: n/a
2003: n/a

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED(e): B&I (45%), K-12 (45%)

Treat America supplies vending, food, catering and office coffee services to more than 125,000 customers at more than 500 Kansas City area locations each day through school lunches, executive dining and catered events. The company also owns and operates the venerable EBT restaurant in the former Emery Bird and Thayer department store location in downtown Kansas City.

42 Nutrition Management Services Co.
KIMBERTON, PA
www.nmsc.com

SALES VOLUME 2004: $28
(in millions) 2003: $27.3
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 67
2003: 63

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED(e): Eldercare (70%), Hospitals (30%)

A publicly held entity traded over-the-counter, NMSC manages manual foodservice, snack shops and environmental services in continuing care facilities, hospitals and retirement communities. It also operates the Collegeville (PA) Inn Conference/Training Center, which provides a venue for showcasing its services and functions as an in-house training center and R&D lab. Revenues through the first nine months of the company's 2005 fiscal year were $20 million.

43 Pomptonian Food Service
FAIRFIELD, NJ

MANAGED VOLUME 2004: $27.8
(in millions) 2003: $24.7
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 50
2003: 48

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: K-12 (97%)

Pomptonian manages cafeterias and some vending operations in more than 200 primary and secondary school locations. Like most companies operating in the K-12 segment, it has been working to find healthier meal alternatives to offer clients, as well as nutrition education materials. The company's school menus have a strong branded component in order to encourage consumer confidence in its offerings.

44 Restaurant Marketing Associates
MEDIA, PA
http://restaurantmarketing.us

SALES VOLUME 2004: $27.5
(in millions) 2003: $25
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 21
2003: 24

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: B&I (80%), Museums/ Performing Arts Ctrs. (15%)

RMA provides comprehensive foodservice programs for publishing companies, law firms, multi-tenant developments and private clubs in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. It also operates commercial restaurants. Locations include the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, Harborside Club in Jersey City and in-house dining for Scholastic Publishing, John Wiley & Sons Publishing, McGraw Hill Executive Dining Rooms and The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

45 FAME Food Management, Inc.
WAKEFIELD, MA
www.famefoodmanagement.com

SALES VOLUME 2004: $26.5
(in millions) 2003: $27
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 36
2003: 37

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: Government (55%), B&I (16%), Hospitals (12%)

FAME (Food & Management Enterprise Corp.) generates about 80% of its revenues from managing dining operations in client locations in New England, the Mid-Atlantic and Texas. Another 15% comes from catering operations. The company has augmented its food offerings with display cooking stations, Caesar bars, rotisserie chickens and roasts and rollups featuring roasted vegetables and different cheeses.

46 Continental Dining & Refreshment Services
BELLEVILLE, MI
www.continentalserv.com

SALES VOLUME 2004: $24.5
(in millions) 2003: $23.3
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 105
2003: 91

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: B&I (62%), Convention/Conference Ctrs. (14%)

In the past year, Continental has added nine new accounts—including a noted historical site, a community college and several conference centers and automotive plants—and developed a proprietary coffee concept and an online catering ordering system. It also was named one of the few authorized marketers of Starbucks' new single-cup brewer system and trial-tested credit card payment in dining and vending locations.

47 Prince Food Systems, Inc.
HOUSTON, TX
www.princefoodsystems.com

SALES VOLUME 2004: $23.1
(in millions) 2003: $21.2
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 25
2003: 34

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: B&I (60%), Hospitals (23%), Eldercare (17%)

Prince will be opening its first school foodservice account this fall, and will also continue expansion in the healthcare marketThe company operates exclusively in Texas, focusing on its menu philosophy: daily availability of a wide variety of from-scratch hot and cold foods, made from its own recipes.

48 The Certo Group/L.A. Food Services
PISCATAWAY, NJ
www.lafoods.com

SALES VOLUME 2004: $14
(in millions) 2003: $14
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 56
2003: 51

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: B&I (75%), College/ University (10%), Government (10%)

Certo Group's main menu focus is its LA Cafe concept, which it recently trademarked. LA Cafe's signature "Hollywood-style" sandwiches and gourmet entrees, featuring motion picture-related themes, were augmented in the past year with more display and competition cooking presentations. Meanwhile, the company has also filed with the SEC for a public stock offering. It currently realizes about two-thirds of its revenues from managing onsite dining operations, about a fifth from vending and about 10% from catering.

49 Linton's Managed Services, Inc.
EAST NORRITON, PA
www.lintonsmanagedservices.com

SALES VOLUME 2005: $10.7
(in millions) 2003: $8.6
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2005: 32
2003: n/a

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: Community Service Programs (29%), Hospitals (26%), K-12 (24%)

Linton's traces its history back to a restaurant opened in Philadelphia in 1890. It later became a chain that at its peak in 1939 had 26 units around the city. Today, Linton's operates as a manager of onsite dining operations and supplier of preprepared meals as well as a distributor of nonfood items like disposables, cleaning supplies, office products and medical supplies.

50 Kosch Foodservice Group
ROCHESTER, MI
www.koschsoundsgood.com

SALES VOLUME 2004: $10
(in millions) 2003: $8.5
NO. OF CONTRACTS 2004: 33
2003: 37

MAJOR SEGMENTS SERVED: B&I (84%)

Kosch offers manual foodservice management services to businesses in Southeast Michigan, along with vending, onsite retailing and office coffee service. It also has a kitchen/environment interior design division.



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