Royal Food Service Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Royal Food Service's estimated annual revenue is currently $31.3M per year.
- Royal Food Service's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000
- Royal Food Service has 116 Employees.
- Royal Food Service grew their employee count by 22% last year.
- Royal Food Service currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Royal Food Service?
About us Royal Food Service is the Southeast's premier distributor of fresh produce and dairy products. We are an independently owned and operated business founded in Atlanta and serving the state of Georgia since 1994. While catering to the needs of all of our customers we are able to compete with the mega corporations through the buying power of PRO*ACT. As a member of PRO*ACT, we are able to provide unparalleled quality and selection to a wide range of clientele from small establishments to large purchasing groups. Our unique position as a privately owned company allows us to deliver personalized attention and care to our customers while leveraging the size and dependability of our large, trusted PRO*ACT network. As one of 78 PRO*ACT companies we have unrivaled national coverage that allows you to expand your business into other markets while retaining a PRO*ACT program. Royal can help you manage the costs associated with your produce purchases while consolidating produce suppliers in this market and throughout the Southeast through our PRO*ACT affiliation. Royal truly offers you The Best of Both Worlds. Royal Food Service carries a complete line of perishable products that includes fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh dairy, shelled and liquid eggs, fresh squeezed juice, dried fruits and nuts, Kosher pickles, IQF fruits, Napa Valley purées, herbs, fresh olives, value-added fruit and vegetables, and a full line of specialty and seasonal produce. As a member of PRO*ACT, we are able to provide unparalleled quality and selection and this is supported by a quality control staff that guarantees your product from the field to the plate.keywords:N/A