Our History

FoodService Partners (FSP) is a privately held company created in 1998 to design, build and operate high volume central production kitchens for the healthcare industry.

The Carilion Clinic, based in Roanoke, VA is FSP’s core customer in Virginia.

The production kitchen FSP designed and operates in Brooklyn, NY produces 19,000 patient meals a day for all the hospitals managed by Sodexo for NY City's Health and Hospitals Corporation.

In California FSP produces and delivers patient meals for 22 medical centers operated by one of the leading providers of quality health care in the country, a total of 7,000 meals a day; and produces meals and meal components sold at retail outlets in the Bay area and beyond. The California kitchen began service to St. Helena Hospital in Napa Valley in 2008 and serves as a quality-based production resource for local food manufacturers.

FSP developed a line of healthy home delivered meals currently in test markets being marketed under the brand name MEALS To Thrive.

A production kitchen in Amarillo, TX serves healthcare customers, retail and online food companies. And FSP is working with the State of Georgia to modernize, equip and manage an existing production kitchen with three goals: to create jobs, strengthen the local economy and to increase the use of Georgia grown products. Agri-business is Georgia’s largest industry estimated at $74 billion annually. FSP Georgia Brochure

Regional Integrated Closed Loop Food System. FSP developed regional food system driven by a state-of-the-art food production center to increase the use of locally sourced sustainably grown ingredients, to create jobs, strengthen the local economy and protect the environment. FSP’s goal is to be 100% sustainable by 2025.