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Sysco Partners With Lindora to Expand Its Supply Chain Capabilities

IRVINE, CA – Chasing after new partnerships and alternative outlets of advancement is the strategic key to growth. As one of the world’s foremost food distributors, Sysco is well aware of this. It recently announced its partnership with Lindora, a medically supervised weight loss and wellness company. This partnership will up Sysco’s food distribution footprint in Southern California, where Lindora is based.

Sysco recently announced its partnership with Lindora, a medically supervised weight loss and wellness company

Will Righeimer, Lindora’s CEO, said that the move with Sysco was a strategic decision to align with a world-class partner and leverage its best practice in logistics as Lindora makes plans to expand.

Will Righeimer, CEO, Lindora “Partnering with Sysco allows us to manage just-in-time inventory for all of our Southern California clinics, as well as for future clinics that may arise anywhere in the country,” Righeimer noted. “This partnership allows us to tap into Sysco’s expertise and keeps us focused on what we do best—delivering the best possible weight loss and wellness outcomes for our patients.”

Sysco has been notably active in the past few months, opening new facilities, debuting new products, and even appointing a new President and CEO.

ANUK will continue to chart the path of this ever-growing distributor behemoth.

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