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Air Culinaire adds Food4Jets assets to its arsenal
Air Culinaire Worldwide has been collaborating with Food4Jets in the Phoenix area for more than a decade. Its acquisition will strengthen the offering and Food4Jets employees have been absorbed into the group.

Air Culinaire Worldwide has acquired Food4Jets, an in-flight caterer servicing the greater Phoenix area. Situated in Scottsdale, Arizona, the acquisition will be the global in-flight caterer's 23rd owned and operated facility.

“Over the past 14 years, Food4Jets has been a valued vendor partner in the Air Culinaire Worldwide network,” states VP of sales Saverio Mongelli. “The acquisition is viewed as a natural next step for both our companies. We look forward to providing existing Food4Jets clients and Air Culinaire Worldwide clients with a seamless experience around Phoenix.”

Food4Jets employees have been integrated into the Air Culinaire Worldwide team and fully trained in the company's standard operating procedures.

“We have supported the in-flight dining needs of Air Culinaire Worldwide clients in the Phoenix area for a long time, and our staff understand its service culture,” explains Food4Jets owner Debbie Evans. “We feel this transition is a good fit for both companies' clients and employees.”

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