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WFF Names Volunteer of the Year Winner

Royal Cup's Julie Lim honored for activities supporting group's goals.

Women's Foodservice Forum (WFF) and award sponsor Campbell Soup Co. have recognized Julie Lim as the recipient of the 2014 WFF Volunteer of the Year award. Lim is national account executive and director of product development chain accounts for Royal Cup, Inc.

"We are so proud of Julie's accomplishments at Royal Cup, as well as her contributions to the Women's Foodservice Forum," says Robert Cole, Royal Cup's vice president of marketing. "We greatly support and respect the WFF initiatives and look forward to continuing our relationship with them."

The Volunteer of the Year Award is presented annually to a WFF volunteer who makes significant and sustainable contributions, and enthusiastically pursues the goals and mission of the WFF.

"Campbell's support for the WFF Volunteer of the Year Award is a natural extension of our values, culture and commitment to social responsibility. We live by the spirit of volunteer work and community support," says Kevin Matier, vice president of marketing & sales for Campbell's Food Service. "At Campbell's we have a strong commitment to leadership development and empowering women in the workplace. We are very proud of our affiliation with WFF and our sponsorship of this important award. Congratulations to Julie Lim for this well-deserved recognition."

Lim has more than 13 years of experience in the coffee and foodservice industry. Prior to joining Royal Cup, she managed accounts for Fortune 500 companies such as Starbucks and Kraft Foods. In addition to her duties for the WFF, she is an active volunteer with the United Way and contributes to various community programs in the Los Angeles area.

"Julie's drive, passion, and commitment are infectious! She leads by example, reaching back to bring others with her on her journey," says Anna Mason, vice president of operations and general manager of WFF.

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