Friday, October 6, 2017

October 2017 Supplier Community Update

Supplier Management (SM) Updates

UNFI is pleased to announce the following new team members, team member roles, and organizational structure changes.  An updated list of UNFI Supplier Managers (SMs), contact info, line and category assignments can be found here on UNFI’s Supplier Support Site.

New Team Members 

Jacob Rusanov, Supplier Manager, Medford, NJ.  Prior to UNFI, Jacob worked for KeHe and Wakefern specializing in Ethnic, Kosher, and Specialty Category Management.  Jacob reports to Joseph Roy and is responsible for Kosher and Spices & Seasonings.

Tracy Dearborn, Supplier Manager, Chesterfield, NH.  Tracy has been with UNFI for the past 4 years working with our Inventory Planning and Replenishment (IPAR) team as a Buyer.  Tracy reports to Greg Esslinger, and is responsible for Cheese & Cheese Alternatives, Refrigerated Dairy/NonDairy Desserts, Nutritional Bars, Yogurt & Cultured Beverages, and Frozen Breakfast.

Joe Johnson, Supplier Manager, Rocklin, CA.  Joe has been with UNFI for the past 2 years working with our IPAR team as a Buyer.  Joe reports to Richard Bruns, and is responsible for Plant-based Beverages, Breakfast Snacks, Toaster Pastries & Fruit Snacks, Cold & Hot Cereal, Cocoa & Milk Flavorings, Coffee, and Creamers & Accessories.

Don Jenks, Supplier Manager, Chesterfield, NH.  Don has been with UNFI for the past 10 years working with our IPAR team as a Buyer.  Don reports to Greg Esslinger and is responsible for Refrigerated Dairy & NonDairy Cream and Creamers, Frozen Bread & Baked Goods, Desserts, and In-Store Deli.

Katherine Dickerson, Support Coordinator, Rocklin, CA.  Katherine has been with UNFI for the past 7 years working with our Costing & Coding team.  Katherine reports to Sandra Meyer and supports Laura Russo, Capri Miller, Jessica Clancy, and Joe Johnson.

Taya Garabedian, Support Coordinator, Providence, RI.  Prior to UNFI, Taya worked for Certified Disaster Restoration for 5 years as a Bookkeeper/Office Manager.  Taya reports to Sandra Meyer and supports Lisa Gaeta and Melissa Ricardy.

New Roles 

Melissa Ricardy, Rocklin, CA, has taken on a new Supplier Management role with our ClearVue team reporting to Meagan Kessel.  Melissa has worked for UNFI for the past 5.5 years.

Tracy French, Providence, RI, has been promoted to Supplier Manager reporting to Lisa Madsen.  Tracy has been with UNFI for the past 4 years, most recently as Associate Supplier Manager.  Tracy will manage Wellness Categories with a heavy focus on VMS.

Kimberlee Prata, Providence, RI, has been promoted to Supplier Manager reporting to Maureen Hines.  Kimberlee has been with UNFI for the past 5 years, most recently as Associate Supplier Manager.  Kimberlee will manage the Hispanic, British/Irish, Soup, Rice Cakes/Tortillas, Legumes, and the Canned Meat & Fish categories.

Daniel Murphy, Providence, RI, has been promoted to Associate Supplier Manager, reporting to Lisa Madsen.  Daniel has been with UNFI for the past 3 years, most recently as an Onboarding Specialist.  Daniel will be responsible for some of our Wellness categories.

Greg Esslinger, Chesterfield, NH, has been promoted to National Group Manager reporting to Melissa Angle.  Greg has been with UNFI for the past 9 years, most recently as Supplier Manager.  Reporting to Greg are Melissa Farkas, Jared Clark, Tracy Dearborn, and Don Jenks.

Allison Hughes, Providence, RI, has been promoted to Onboarding Specialist reporting to Julie Roper.  Allison has been with UNFI for the past 6 years, most recently as Support Coordinator.

Nick Fontaine, Providence, RI, has been promoted to Onboarding Specialist reporting to Julie Roper.  Nick has been with UNFI for the past 3 years, most recently as Support Coordinator.

New Organizational Structure

To follow up from our previous announcement regarding the Medford, NJ Supplier Management team build-out, all folks below will report to Joseph Roy, and have been assigned the following categories:

John Spitzkopf, Supplier Manager: Grocery Grains, Prepared Sauces, and Sandwich Spreads.

Melissa Carpineto, Supplier Manager: Grocery Accoutrements, Croutons & Salad Accents, Oils, Salad Dressings, and Dried Potatoes & Stuffing Mixes.

Kristen Hayden, Associate Supplier Manager: Grocery: Apple Sauce, Baking & Cake Decorating, Batters & Coatings, Canned Fruits & Vegetables, Shelf Stable Milk, and Honey & Syrups.

Inventory Planning and Replenishment (IPAR) Updates

An updated list of UNFI Inventory Planning and Replenishment contacts and assignments can be found here on UNFI’s Supplier Support Site.

UNFI Education Series – Reporting

We have recently added two more installments of our Supplier Education Series, Underperforming Items Report 101 and Reporting 101.  Visit UNFI’s Supplier Support Site to access the series.

UNFI Pacific Sales Team Update

Ben Thompson has been promoted to Sales Director, Pacific Northwest.  Ben has been with UNFI for over 7 years in roles of increasing responsibility.

David Chavez will move into the Sales Director, Foodservice position.  David has also been with UNFI for over 7 years and is an expert on Foodservice sales.

Steve Brancamp will transition into Sales Director, Bay Area/Northern California, while Tom Robbins will take on the additional responsibility of the Central Valley.

Rich Massoni is retiring in the Fall and moving to Tennessee to live near his children.  Rich joined UNFI through the Tony’s Fine Foods acquisition and has over 34 years with us.  We thank Rich for his contributions, and wish him the best.

eCommerce Organization Update

Alyssa Carter has joined UNFI as Sales Director, Digital Commerce, reporting to Kirsten Hogan.  Alyssa will support our sales efforts within the channel along with the HG Delivers initiative that PJ Stafford leads.  Reporting to Alyssa are Ray Castillo, Channel Account Manager (CAM), Julian Emerich, CAM, Chad Moore, CAM, Ashley Jones, Sales Coordinator, and Carrie Ellis, CAM for Amazon.

PJ Stafford, our VP of eCommerce, will continue to report directly to Kirsten Hogan.  PJ’s primary responsibilities center around building out our HG Delivers model across the country, working with our platform provider partners to assist our customers in building out their aisle capabilities, and driving eCommerce forward through a variety of marketplace opportunities.  PJ’s direct reports are Kristy Dolph, eCommerce Analyst, and two additional positions that will be filled soon.

Updated Pack Change Policy

On November 1st, 2017, the below Pack Change Fees will take effect:
Supplier Days Notice
With Ad Agreement
Without Ad Agreement
90 Days or Greater
$150
$300
60-89 Days
$200
$400
30-59 Days
$300
$600
Fewer than 30 Days
$500
$1,000
No Notice
$1,000
$2,000
The above charges are per Item, per DC

A pack change is defined as any one, or more, of the following:

  • Change to Case Pack
  • Change in Retail UPC Code
  • Change in Brand Name
  • Change in Unit Size, except an increase in an amount less than one ounce.
  • Change in organic status.  A change from organic to non-organic status will also require a new UPC code.
  • Change in description that is materially different from the original description. 
  • Change in ingredients.  Any ingredient change that adds or removes an allergen as set forth in the FDA allergen list must be assigned a new UNFI product number.  Any ingredient change that may cause a material change to the product will be reviewed for a possible UNFI product number change.

2018 UNFI Showcases

We are happy to introduce UNFI’s new tabletop experience with our 2018 UNFI Showcases. With a new show for the Central region, two returning shows, and a brand new location for our North Atlantic show, you can expect more retailers, more selling, and more to experience than ever before. See below for official show dates and contact your SM to find out how to register today!


SOUTH ATLANTIC SHOWCASE
Loews Sapphire Falls | Orlando, FL
February 20-21, 2018

CENTRAL SHOWCASE
La Crosse Center | La Crosse, WI
May 9-10, 2018

PACIFIC SHOWCASE
LB Convention Center | Long Beach, CA
June 20-21, 2018
NORTH ATLANTIC SHOWCASE
Mohegan Sun | Uncasville, CT
October 2-4, 2018


Growing Your Foodservice Business

UNFI wants to help you grow in the foodservice channel.  We are creating three informational sheets to help you understand the best ways to grow in this segment.  Subjects include understanding the UNFI foodservice customer, planning an effective foodservice sales and marketing strategy, and building effective foodservice promotions.  You can access these on UNFI’s Supplier Support Site on October 13th.

Marketing Opportunities

For more information on the programs below, reach out to your SM or Alana Mahdalik at amahdalik@unfi.com or visit the UNFI’s Supplier Support Site.

Digital HEALTHY Clippings® Click to Print Coupons

Feature your best sellers or newest items to gain consumers for trial through one of our newest marketing programs.

Truck Fleet Advertising

UNFI has a fleet of over 1,000 trailers all over the country.   Market your brand on the road by reaching millions of consumers directly.

New Wellness Monthly Focus Program

UNFI is introducing a new program in January 2018 focused on Supplements and Personal Care brands to bring more Wellness focused promotions to Retailers.

Participate in the National Organic Standards Board Process

The National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) will convene in Jacksonville, Florida October 31st- November 2nd, 2017.  The NOSB meeting is open to the public, and participants are invited to provide oral comments during one of two sessions.  You can register to provide comments during the webinar or register online to provide oral public comments at the meeting.

What’s on the Agenda for the next meeting?

The major topic for this meeting will be the 2019 Sunset Material review and vote.  Also up for discussion is the allowance of hydroponics in organic production, strengthening the requirements for organic seed, the use of biodegradable bio-based mulch, defining emergency treatment for organic livestock production, the conversion of native ecosystems, organic inspector qualifications, and organic research priorities.

UNFI Next

UNFI Next is the Pipeline Pioneer for Future Growth!  This program is for early phase suppliers that are not currently in distribution at UNFI and are building their brands and placements at retail.  Our Regional Supplier Development Managers are strategically located in markets throughout the US, and are continuously seeking new brands.  We strive to offer a high level of support, education, and mentorship as well as a concierge experience throughout a brand’s onboarding and growth at UNFI.

The product and brand criteria to define an Emerging Brand for UNFI Next are as follows:

  • New to UNFI     
  • Offer something unique or innovative to the category
  • On trend, or trendsetting
  • Early phase development
  • Seeking regional distribution

Please contact the applicable contact below for more information:

  • Northeast – Darla Snyder DLSnyder@unfi.com
  • Mid-West – Rebecca S. Quinn-Herich rquinnherich@unfi.com
  • Central - Suman Lawrence slawrence@unfi.com
  • Southwest – Beril Ancel BAncel@unfi.com
  • PacNW – Jen Pletscher JPletscher@unfi.com
  • All Other – Wendy Savoie, wsavoie@unfi.com

Friday, July 7, 2017

July 2017 Supplier Community Update

UNFI Supplier Management Contacts

An updated list of UNFI Supplier Managers (SMs), contact info, line and category assignments can be found here on UNFI’s Supplier Support Site.

UNFI Education Series – Marketing and Inventory Planning and Replenishment

We have recently added two more installments of our Supplier Education Series, Part Three - Marketing and Part Four - Inventory Planning and Replenishment.  Our next two topics will be an analysis of the Underperforming Items Report followed by UNFI Reporting Options – be on the lookout!  Visit UNFI’s Supplier Support Site to access the series.

UNFI Inventory Planning and Replenishment (IPAR) Update

All of the Whole Foods Mid Atlantic business that was previously served from our Greenwood, IN distribution center (DC) has been moved to our York, PA location.  This consolidates the Mid Atlantic region into one DC.

The Richburg, SC distribution center’s customers in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan have been moved to the Greenwood, IN DC to provide better delivery service.

Please contact your Supplier Manager with any questions.

New National Vice President of Purchasing

UNFI is pleased to announce that Erin Egan has joined UNFI as National Vice President of Purchasing based out of Providence, RI.  In this role, Erin is responsible for all inventory management and purchasing functions with the IPAR directors, Purchasing Managers, and Buying Teams rolling up to her.  Erin can be reached at eegan@unfi.com.

UNFI Accounts Payable Update

UNFI’s Accounts Payable Department has been transitioning to a centralized group located in Rhode Island.  Unfortunately, during the transition we have found gaps in processing and are now quickly remediating the issues.  To return to normal processing levels we have increased our staff significantly.  We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

The centralized Accounts Payable Department will allow for a single point of contact and consistent processing eliminating East or West distinctions.  More information will be coming soon, but in the meantime, continue to submit invoices as usual.

Please contact Alicia Rusconi at arusconi@unfi.com or (401) 528-8634 ext. 32181 with any questions or concerns.

UNFI Tabletop Show Update

UNFI’s Winter and Spring Recap

Our 2017 Tabletop Shows have brought together customers and suppliers from UNFI, UNFI Next, Albert’s Organics, Select Nutrition, Tony’s Fine Foods, and NorCal Produce, giving retailers the opportunity to drive growth throughout their store and take advantage of new, growing markets.

We experienced record-breaking customer attendance at each Tabletop Show with nearly 600 customers at the Orlando Show, over 1,500 customers at the Foxwoods Show, and over 1,400 customers at the Pacific Region Show.  The new location of the Long Beach Convention Center for the Pacific Region Tabletop Show was a huge success as we were able to present an expansive, categorized show floor to enhance our retailers’ experience.

UNFI Specialty Selling Show at Mohegan Sun this October!

In the tradition of the annual Haddon House Fall Show, UNFI is hosting a Specialty Selling Show at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, CT on October 4-5, 2017.  Suppliers will have the opportunity to engage with retailers, sample their items, and negotiate show deals.  We anticipate more than 300 exhibitors and approximately 400 customers.

Please contact your Supplier Manager for more information.

B-Corp, Women-Owned, Minority-Owned, and Other Special Certifications

UNFI is developing a list of the special certifications held by our suppliers.  Specifically, we would like to capture if you are:
  • Certified B-Corp
  • Certified Women-Owned
  • Certified Minority-Owned
If you have such a certification, please send a copy to suppliercertifications@unfi.com.  Some of our retailers are looking for suppliers that have one or more of these certifications.

UNFI and Albert’s Organics: Fresh Update

UNFI is continuing to expand the availability of Fresh products inside UNFI Broadline Distribution Centers as part of a multi-year effort.  Coupled with this expansion, Albert’s Organics will also begin to carry conventional produce in the near future.  Please continue to operate as normal with each business unit until further notice.  Additional information regarding this expansion will be provided in the coming months.

Seasonal Essentials

Selling the Five Retail Seasons

Consumer behavior and buying patterns change five times each year following the seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Holiday.  UNFI’s new Seasonal Essentials program engages Retailers and the UNFI Sales Team with the best products for seasonally themed promotions.  The Winter Edition will be distributed in early October and will include products for January, February, and March retail promotions.  Contact your Supplier Manager for more information.

Foodservice Marketing Programs for 2018

The UNFI Marketing Team has completed an in-depth analysis of our Foodservice customers. There are three distinct customer groups, each with different needs:
  • Distributors and Vending Companies
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Restaurants (ie Juice Bars, Delis, Caf├ęs, Coffeehouses, Vegetarian and Organic Restaurants)
Our Foodservice Marketing Programs provide relevant and valuable information for each group.
  • Grab ‘n Go Catalogs, targeted to each group: Advertising available in all versions for maximum exposure.
  • NEW Restaurant Supplies Catalog: Program targeted to customers who buy “back of the house” products such as bulk foods, ingredients, paper products, and cleaning supplies.
  • Get It While It’s Hot Foodservice Magazine: Published six times per year, printed, and mailed directly to Foodservice customers.
  • Segmented Monthly E-Mail Marketing: E-mail blast segmented according to the three major groups detailed above with targeted information for each.
  • Customer Portal Banner Ads: This program will continue as-is.
Cross-media marketing packages are available.  Contact your SM for more information.

Organic News at USDA

If you are an organic farmer, manufacturer, or handler there is something for you at the USDA.  They offer many resources to help you navigate the roadmap to a successful business.  To stay abreast of current news sign up for the “Organic Insider”, an e-mail notification service that the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) National Organic Program uses to send out program updates to the organic community.  Learn more and sign up here.

National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) Meeting This Fall

Twice a year, the NOSB meets to listen to public comments, discuss specific items pertaining to organic agriculture, and vote on recommendations to the USDA.  Every meeting is open to the public. Many inputs used in manufacturing and farming periodically “sunset” or are removed from the allowed list unless the industry provides comments on their importance.

The Fall 2017 NOSB meeting will be held October 31, 2017 - November 2, 2017 at the Omni Jacksonville Hotel in Florida.  During this meeting, the Board will discuss various important topics, such as hydroponics and changes to the National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances.  For information about how to submit comments, both oral and written, and to access the meeting materials, please visit Fall 2017 NOSB Meeting Fall 2017 NOSB Meeting.  Don’t miss the opportunity to comment, the deadline is October 11, 2017, 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time. 


Competitive Freight Rates

Let UNFI handle getting your products to our distribution centers. We offer competitive, national freight rates and a dedicated truck fleet to all of our warehouses.  Some advantages of using UNFI’s Freight Service include:
  • We take ownership of your product at the moment we pick it up
  • We pay the unloading and appointment fees for you
  • We plan the fastest, most cost effective way to move your products
  • We have state-of-the-art supply chain technology for highest quality control
For more details, please e-mail Jennifer Leite at Ship4U@unfi.com.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

April 2017 Supplier Community Update

National Supplier Management (SM) Team Updates

As we continue to streamline our Supplier Management team, we have some additions and changes to share with you.

Mark Hackenberry has taken on the role of Vice President of Southern Cross.  With this change, Melissa Angle will now oversee the Gourmet & Ethnic Supplier Management team and the Medford, NJ Supplier Management Team.  Melissa’s direct reports include:  Meagan Kessel, Maureen Hines, Lisa Madsen, Richard Bruns, Joseph Roy, John Jablonowski, Frank Zacharewicz, Nancy Semmelrock, Dan Bowersett and Alana Mahdalik.

John Jablonowski has joined the Supplier Management team as Group Manager.  John’s responsibilities include the management of:  Deals of Massive Discount (DMDs), Chain Ads, and the Medford, NJ Supplier Management team.  Reporting to John will be Melissa Carpineto, John Spitzkopf, Matt Chesla, Kristen Hayden and Bonnie Worrell.

  • Melissa Carpineto has joined the team as Supplier Manager, Chain Ads. 
  • John Spitzkopf has joined the team as Supplier Manager. 
  • Kristen Hayden has joined the team as Associate Supplier Manager.
  • Bonnie Worrell has joined the team as Supplier Management Coordinator.  Bonnie will support John Spitzkopf and Melissa Carpineto,
Frank Zacharewicz has joined the team as Group Manager, Kosher.  Frank will be responsible for managing and implementing all Kosher Programs for UNFI.

Jared Clark has joined the team as Supplier Manager.  Jared will be responsible for the Milk and Cream, Yogurt and Cultured Beverages, Functional and Non-Functional Refrigerated Beverages, Non-Dairy Beverages and Single and Multi-Serve Refrigerated Beverages.  Jared will be transitioning to his new role over the next few weeks. Jared will report to Maureen Hines and is based out of Chesterfield, NH.

UNFI Supplier Management Contacts

An updated list of UNFI Supplier Managers, contact info, line and category assignments can be found here on UNFI’s Supplier Support Site.

UNFI Education Series – Inbound Logistics

We have recently added another installment of our Supplier Education 101 Series - Inbound Logistics 101.  Our next topic will be Marketing – be on the lookout!  Visit UNFI’s Supplier Support Site / Supplier Education to access the series.

UNFI Policy Update

UNFI’s policies regarding item activations were updated effective January 1, 2017.  UNFI will assess a nominal charge of $300 per Distribution Center (50% Discount for Suppliers with Annual Advertising Agreement) for the activation of an existing item.  Existing items are defined as an item that is made available in additional distribution center(s) after its new item launch period has taken place.    Please contact your Supplier Manager with any questions or concerns.

Supplier In-Site (SIS) Data Sharing Portal Enhancements

UNFI has enhanced our Supplier In-Site (SIS) reporting portal with new functionality and a clean, simple look and feel.  The SIS portal is a web based reporting tool for sales data down to the item and store level, providing immense value to suppliers who are looking to understand their business. Contact your Supplier Manager or Emma Padden for more information. New SIS functionality includes:

  • The ability to export reports in excel or pdf format
  • The ability to set up subscriptions to have reports automatically generated and emailed to you on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis

250-300% Increase with Customer Portal Ads

Statistics show an average increase of 250-300% in visits to a supplier’s product listing page when a Customer Portal banner ad runs.  Advertisers receive Monthly Activity Reports after an ad is featured showing total impressions, average time spent on the page and number of clicks. Ads are especially effective when placed in conjunction with a special focus or promotion. May’s special focus is Gluten Free; June’s is Summer Fun.  Contact your Supplier Manager or Emma Padden for more information.

Haddon House Integration Update

The Haddon House Howell facility is fully converted to UNFI’s ordering systems.  Accounts payable for both DCs (Howell and Richburg) is still being handled from the Medford offices.

With this conversion complete the UNFI's Inventory Planning and Replenishment (IPAR) team will be doing some supplier reassignments to better balance the overall workload of the buying team.

UNFI has moved some of The Fresh Market (TFM) business to DCs closer to the customer’s stores to provide better service.  The Howell TFM business is moving completely to York.  Approximately one third of the Richburg business moves to Greenwood and another third moves to Sarasota.  All this was effective March 26.

Supplier Portal Enhancement: Improved Appointment Visibility

Starting in May, suppliers will have access to an appointment module within the Supplier Portal that will show delivery appointments and the details related to those appointments. You will be able to see status information such as whether an appointment has been scheduled, rescheduled, landed or cancelled.

Additionally, all carriers and any suppliers that perform their own carrier activities will now have the opportunity to request access to the appointment management capability within the Supplier Portal. This will allow all applicable carriers and suppliers to use the Portal to perform the following activities:

  • Accept loads
  • Request appointments
  • View confirmed appointments
  • Request to reschedule appointments
  • View confirmed rescheduled appointments

Please share this information with your carriers and let them know they can submit a request for UNFI Supplier Portal access here.

Competitive Freight Rates

Let UNFI handle getting your products to our distribution centers. We offer competitive, national freight rates and a dedicated truck fleet to all our warehouses.  Some of the advantages of using UNFI’s Freight Service include:

  • We take ownership of your product at the moment we pick it up
  • We pay the unloading and appointment fees for you
  • We plan the fastest, most cost effective way to move your products.
  • We have state-of-the-art supply chain technology for highest quality control

For more details, please e-mail Jennifer Leite at Ship4U@unfi.com.

GRO Organic Check-Off - Comment by April 19

Now is the time for industry and consumers to submit comments to USDA in support of the Organic Research, Promotion and Information Order proposal.

Farmers and businesses can make comments here http://groorganic.net/business-action/.  Please share this link with your customers and consumers to make their comments: http://groorganic.net/consumer-action.

Click here for more information.

The deadline to submit comments is April 19th 2017.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Successful Conversion of the Haddon House Distribution Center in Howell, NJ


This weekend, the second Haddon House Distribution Center, located in Howell, NJ, successfully converted to the UNFI distribution network. This is a major milestone in the integration and will enable us to serve our customers as one company.

Over the next few weeks, you may experience some challenges as we acclimate to the new ways of working together. If you have questions, please contact your Buyer – please refer to the Buyer Assignment list as needed.

Gourmet Guru Integration

Thank you for your continued support of the integration between UNFI and Gourmet Guru. We’re excited about the benefits it will bring Gourmet Guru suppliers, including a new geographic reach, access to UNFI resources, and opportunities to expand into new customer bases.

We are in the process of relocating items from the Gourmet Guru Bronx facility to the UNFI Distribution Centers. Items are being relocated based on geographic proximity, customer-specific long hauls, and existing business.

All Current or Previous Gourmet Guru Suppliers


  • You should have recently received a detailed breakdown of how the integration impacts your brand assortment, including warehouse information, locations, and invoicing addresses. If you did not receive this information or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact your Supplier Relationship Manager

Suppliers New to UNFI


  • If you were not shipping to UNFI prior to the Gourmet Guru Integration, you should receive your first Purchase Order from UNFI the week of 3/20. 
  • Please review the Purchase Order to confirm the details are correct and that UNFI is set up in your system as a customer for billing purposes. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your Supplier Relationship Manager

Our goal is to make this process as easy as possible for our suppliers. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your Supplier Relationship Manager.