Service Foods Is Recognized by The American Business Journal

The digital publication highlights Atlanta-based Service Foods’ mission to improve America’s health one family at a time
Dec. 6, 2010 - PRLog -- Service Foods, a leading provider of organic and all-natural foods for home delivery, has been recognized in the latest issue of The American Business Journal (ABJ) for its approach to improving America’s health one family at a time. The ABJ is sent nationwide to more than 125,000 senior executives in major U.S. industries across the country and is part of George Media Network, the first digital-only publications in North America to be independently audited by Nielsen.

The ABJ feature, which runs from pages 50 to 57 in the issue (, highlights Service Foods’ continued success and impressive growth despite the global recession by, according the to article, “looking at the healthy, environmental and organic side of food production and service.” Service Foods specializes in fully aged, all-natural Black Angus beef; super-select pork; Grade-A, free-range poultry; sashimi-grade seafood; and Grade-A natural and organic fancy vegetables, all of which are vacuum-sealed and blast frozen to ensure superior taste, nutritional value and food safety.

Additionally, Service Foods ( provides clients with 24/7 access to fitness tips, nutritional pointers, cooking demonstrations and educational reports detailing the link between eating right and staying healthy through outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, email, and the company’s blog and user-friendly website. Service Foods’ CEO Dr. Keith Kantor explains in the article, “When people have a problem, like diabetes, high blood pressure or heart problems, we know what foods they should and should not have. So we came out with guidelines that people can seek out through our website.”

Recently, Service Foods launched a mobile-optimized version of its website that allows clients to browse health materials, information on the company’s organic food and all-natural products, along with calorie and nutrition calculators. A new feature, the four calculators enable users to track their weight loss, body mass index and calorie burn rate, as well as determine nutritional values. In the ABJ feature, Kantor states, “We have a nutritional breakdown for over 7,500 products on our calculators so they can see what they are eating. For instance, people who have high blood pressure have to watch sodium, and people who are diabetic have to watch glucose and carbohydrates. At this time, no other company does it all.”

Furthermore, Service Foods is dedicated to helping clients adhere to the Center for Disease Control’s guidelines for living a healthy lifestyle. Released in August 2009, guidelines state that by not smoking, eating an all-natural-diet with lots of fruits and vegetables, keeping your body mass index (BMI) below 30, and exercising 3.5 hours per week, people can prevent, eliminate or mitigate 80 percent of the major diseases in the United States. “We give customers the tools to all of those things and, if they do that, it will be enormously helpful in cutting down medical costs and at lease mitigating all the major diseases,” says Kantor in the ABJ article.

Beyond the company’s focus on creating a total health and wellness experience for clients, Service Foods is also dedicated to maintaining environmentally friendly business practices. In this vein, the company uses biodegradable packaging and at the end of each year purchases carbon offsets to ensure it achieves a total zero carbon footprint.

About The American Business Journal
The American Business Journal (ABJ) is the third major digital publication to be launched by George Media Inc., and is sent nationwide to 127,000 senior executives in major U.S. industries including construction and energy, food and drink, healthcare, manufacturing, and more. The ABJ is essential reading for America’s top business leaders who want to stay informed of current business news, industry topics and trends, and also features articles and columns from writers focused on all aspects of the U.S. business landscape. For more information, visit

About Service Foods
Service Foods ( offers a full line of organic and all-natural foods free from growth hormones, preservatives, steroids, antibiotics and colorings. The company provides free delivery directly to clients’ homes. In addition, dietitians, nurses, visiting doctors and fitness experts are on staff to counsel clients in leading a healthier lifestyle. Service Foods has been in business since 1981 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia, with warehouses in several states. To learn more about Service Foods, Inc., visit

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Service Foods offers a full line of organic and all-natural foods. The company provides free delivery directly to customers’ homes. Dietitians, nurses, visiting doctors and fitness experts are on staff to help clients lead a healthier lifestyle.
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