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Order Management

Fast and convenient online order management

Easy to Use:

Intuitive format, easy navigation and searchability for more efficient ordering.

More Product Information:

More images, more nutritionals and clearer product descriptions to allow you to make informed product purchase decisions.

Learn more here.

Contact your Sales Associate today and learn how you can connect!

Download the mobile version from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store!

Account Center
Pay Online with E-Payment.

With Account Center, you can view your account's statement and invoice details and pay online -- on your time.

View up to 2 years of payment history.
View up to 2 years of invoice history.

Up-to-date transaction information at your fingertips.

View open invoices, invoices due today and more.

State-of-the art security.

Value-added for FSA customers. Request access today, or contact your Sales Associate with any questions.
Account Center Subscriptions
With Account Center Email Subscriptions, you can schedule your invoice and proof of delivery emails.
Options for daily or weekly emails.

Choose your delivery format (PDF or CSV).

Configure proof of delivery documents to be delivered electronically.

Run on-demand invoice extracts with up to 2 years of invoice history.
Bar Codes

This tool can be used to generate barcodes that will print nicely on Avery 5260 labels.

The sources needed to generate sheets of labels are Microsoft Excel files that are easily obtained from Star Solutions Operator.  (Please note, both Star Solutions Operator and our scanner add-in are required for use of the Bar Code tool.)

Contact us today to learn more.


Designed specifically for multi-unit operators, the eAdvantage system gives DMA customers fast online ordering, order confirmation, purchase history, and online customer reporting.

Value-added and available for FSA/DMA customers only. Contact us today to learn more.
Where's My Truck

Do you want to know exactly when to expect your next delivery? Now there’s a way to track your order online.

Value-added for FSA customers. Contact us today to learn more.

Customer Ordering Interactive Network (COIN) interfaces easily with your own ordering systems software so you can place orders with FSA.

Connect your ordering system with FSA and send orders through the Internet, email, or ftp file transfer.  COIN easily interfaces with programs such as CBORD®, MenuLink, Computrition, and more.

COIN is compatible with several ordering systems.  Ask your Sales Associate about using COIN for your business or to check for system compatibility.

Value-added for FSA customers. Contact us today to learn more.  


CURE (Customer Usage Reporting Environment) allows access usage reports and is Internet based. CURE gives you the ability to show 2 years of purchases.

Includes excellent drill-down capabilities and filtering by vendor, brand and category and item.

Value-added for FSA customers. Contact us today to learn more.

SmartWash and Cold Chain

Your double protection against bacteria, contaminants and spoilage. Fresh produce may start its journey to the table at ground level but it won’t bring any ground along for the ride!


Today’s produce processors assure debris and contaminants get cleaned on their way to become a value added, or ready to serve item. Modern farmers defend against pathogens using scientific monitoring of critical risk points such as transient animals, ground water and accepted practices in worker hygene.
A dynamic food safety step was developed by Taylor Farms, supplier of SNOBOY leafy green salads.

Their practices govern harvesting, transfer, inspection, cooling and sanitization in continuous line control. After a 2006 outbreak in illness, an entire new layer of industry safety measures was adopted to reduce the risk of E. coli contamination. But for Bruce Taylor, Founder and CEO of Taylor Farms, the new rules didn’t go far enough. There was something missing, so he brought together a team of experts to find an even better solution to the problem.

After years of testing, experts found the answer in a scientific breakthrough named SmartWash. The system is now being used on produce wash lines in seven countries, including Mexico, Australia, China and New Zealand!

Cold Chain

GraphicA cold chain or cool chain is a temperature-controlled supply chain. An unbroken cold chain is an uninterrupted series of refrigerated production, storage and distribution activities, along with associated equipment and logistics, which maintain a desired low-temperature range. It is used to preserve and to extend and ensure the shelf life of products, such as fresh agricultural produce, seafood, frozen food, and pharmaceutical drugs.Unlike other goods or merchandise, cold chain goods are perishable and always en route towards end use or destination.

Unique to fresh produce cargoes, the cold chain requires additionally maintained product specific environment parameters which include air quality levels (carbon dioxide, oxygen, humidity and others), which makes this the most complicated cold chain to operate.

Maintaining the Cold Chain

The cold chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Products must stay cold from harvest to consumer or shelf-life will suffer. As a distributor, Food Services of America pays attention to all the details to ensure optimum temperature of products is maintained throughout the entire distribution process.

Temperatures are monitored on all produce and perishable products in our warehouses. Shipments that arrive on our docks outside acceptable temperature limits are rejected on the spot. We also use mobile temperature recording devices on highly perishable loads to ensure the quality and safety of products.

Reminder: When breaking the ‘cold chain’ you risk a rapid rate in product spoilage and bacteria growth. Keep all proteins, dairy product and fresh produce in a constant 33-36-degree range!

Don’t take the risk of breaking the chain and dealing with the aftermath of potential health related issues. Food Services of America professionals are trained in the proper distribution, handling and storage of cold chain impacted products and are available to help answer questions and identify any potential problems.

The FSA Cold Chain

From farm to fork, Food Services of America monitors transportation temperature then verifies the specified temperature upon arrival and distribution to our customers.


The cold chain plays a monumental role in the importance of uncompromised food safety and quality as it travels through sectors that include farming, food processing and transportation/distribution. Temperature requirements for many chilled (refrigerated) foods are identified.