USA: Foodbuy.com Named One of Forbes.com's 'Best of the Web'
Foodbuy.com ( www.foodbuy.com ), a leading e-services firm dedicated to all segments of the foodservice industry, today announced that Forbes.com ( www.forbesbest.com/b2b ) selected it as one of the most promising and competitive B2B Web sites in its July "Best of the Web" issue. Each company was judged on its strategy, execution, financial staying power and Web site. Named one of six companies in the Restaurant and Foodservice Industry category, Forbes.com editors selected foodbuy.com and 199 additional B2B companies that they predict will become the most competitive and likely to succeed. The list, which covers 25 industries, is part of Forbes.com's First Annual Best of the Web B2B Guide. "When foodbuy.com was launched last year, we knew it had a unique selling proposition that differentiated our solutions and services from competitors," said Scott MacLellan, president and CEO, foodbuy.com. "Recognition from Forbes.com solidifies our leadership position in the marketplace and lends confidence to foodbuy.com's strength to successfully leverage the power of the Internet for the foodservice industry."
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