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US Foods names new EVP, chief commercial officer

US Foods Holding Corp. appointed Andrew Iacobucci as its senior executive vice president, field operations and chief commercial officer. In his new role, Iacobucci will oversee the company’s local sales, commercial excellence, merchandising, marketing, CHEF’STORE, US Foods Direct and MOXē teams, and have P&L responsibility for the company’s broadline business.

He will report to CEO Dave Flitman as a member of the company’s Executive Leadership Team.

“I am thrilled that Andrew is taking on this important role as senior executive vice president, field operations and chief commercial officer,” said Flitman. “Andrew is a talented, strong and respected executive, as he proved throughout his leadership as Interim CEO last year and most recently during my onboarding process. I look forward to partnering with Andrew in his new role to drive strong execution of our long-range plan.”

“US Foods is on a great trajectory, delivering significant value for its associates, customers and shareholders," said Iacobucci. "I am eager to bring the learnings from my career experiences here at US Foods to this new role and excited to partner with Dave and the rest of the Executive Leadership Team to build on our momentum.”

Iacobucci joined US Foods in 2017 and most recently served as chief transition officer, advising and supporting Flitman as he onboarded. He served as interim CEO of US Foods from May 2022 to January 2023. Prior to that, Iacobucci was chief commercial officer, leading the company’s merchandising, pricing and local sales functions. He previously served as chief merchandising officer.

Prior to joining US Foods, Iacobucci was executive vice president, merchandising for retailer Ahold USA and spent 10 years at Loblaw Cos. Ltd., a leading Canadian food retailer. He is a graduate of Queen’s University in Kingston, ON, and University of Toronto Law School.

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