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Sysco Corp. engages in selling, marketing, and distribution of food products to restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, and lodging establishments. It operates through the following segments: U.S. Read More Foodservice Operations, International Foodservice Operations, SYGMA, and Other. The U.S. Foodservice Operations consists of U.S. Broadline operations, custom-cut meat and seafood companies, FreshPoint, and European Imports. The International Foodservice Operations segment includes broadline operations in Canada and Europe, including the Brakes Group, Bahamas, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Panama, as well as a company that distributes to international customers. The SYGMA segment comprises of its customized distribution subsidiary. The Other segment is composed of hotel supply operations and Sysco Labs, which includes suite of technology solutions. The company was founded by John F. Baugh in 1969 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.
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Seeking AlphaMay 23
Sysco declares $0.39 dividend
Sysco (NYSE:SYY) declares $0.39/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous. Forward yield 2.09% Payable July 26; for shareholders of record July 5; ex-div July 3. See SYY Dividend Scorecard, Yield Chart, & Dividend Growth....
Yahoo FinanceMay 15
Sysco is “at the Heart of Food and Service” at the National Restaurant Association Show 2019
HOUSTON, May 15, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sysco Corporation (SYY), the leading global foodservice distribution company, announced today that the Company will return to the National Restaurant Association Show 2019 in Chicago, May 18-21, at McCormick Place Convention Center in booth 4454, in the South Hall.
Yahoo FinanceMay 13
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