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Founded in 1980 as J, D, S & R, FreshPoint Denver serves the Colorado Front Range region with the finest quality produce and service. Our core values of integrity, excellence, teamwork, responsibility, and inclusiveness help us to achieve our vision of being our customers’ most valued and trusted business partner.

facility

  • 89,000 square-foot refrigerated warehouse space.
  • Refrigerated loading and receiving dock ensuring an unbroken cold chain.
  • Over 200 full-time employees.
  • Delivery fleet of 27 refrigerated trucks, and 6 refrigerated tractor/trailers.
  • Dedicated produce specialists to assist you with menu planning and all your produce needs.
  • Inside Sales Department.
  • Internet ordering through myFreshPoint.com.

food safety

  • Fully-documented HACCP and recall program FDA/USDA compliant.
  • FDA compliant with Homeland Security bioterrorism guidelines.
  • Disaster Preparedness Action Plan in place.
  • Facility is SQF Certified Level 2.
  • Certificate of Insurance and Grower Good Agriculture Practice, as well as third-party audits required of all vendors.
  • Dedicated Food Safety Manager.

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Customer Base

Healthcare
Export & Wholesale
Foodservice
Business in Industry
Education
Travel & Leisure

Address:

5151 N. Bannock Street
Denver, Colorado 80216

P: 303-382-1700 | F: 877-628-4397

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With unmatched fresh produce, knowledge and experience, FreshPoint provides today’s chefs with the ingredients to create tomorrow’s culinary success. Over the last few decades, we have seen revolutionary changes in the produce industry—from refrigerated trucks and fresh-cut produce to submitting and processing orders online. With these innovations, our passion for produce and commitment to helping our customers succeed remains unchanged.
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Restaurants spend an average of 30% of their budget on food cost, and storing your perishables for maximum freshness and shelf life is a priority for any kitchen.

See our tips on:
❄️ How to Maximize Space
❄️ Tips if you have a Small Cooler
❄️ Tips to Increase Shelf Life

Find out some of our best practices and guidelines that will help you maximize your biggest asset: your cooler. Click here for our video link 👉 https://youtu.be/iOyPNhqLGBQ
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"The FreshPress" is a comprehensive market report we publish every Friday to help you stay informed. This resource is a quick read that covers a variety of items from the field to your plate.

Click to read this week's report, and stay in touch with your sales representative for solutions to your needs. #freshpressfriday #peoplepassionproduce #ourfirstnameisfresh

📰 https://www.freshpoint.com/produce-essentials/freshpress-weekly-market-report/
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Happy Thanksgiving to all of our people with a passion for produce! #thanksgiving #peoplepassionproduce🦃
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Sage, rosemary, thyme... it's your time to shine! Each of these herbs have their own characteristics: piney, resinous, herbaceous...they all play well with poultry, pork, and just about every vegetable you can think of.

But the terms "herbs" 🌿and "spices" 🌱 are often used interchangeably. For those of you (like us!) that like the details, Dan digs into that and more in this 🎥 edition of Produce 101: Herbs.

https://youtu.be/A3qtYTjMhwk
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Mashed potatoes are a great side dish. But there’s more to mash than potatoes.

A few options are sweet potatoes, butternut squash, or cauliflower...but, there’s one underutilized root veggie that we’d like to call attention to: the humble rutabaga.

Looking for an inexpensive and interesting side dish for Thanksgiving?
Click the link to read more.

https://www.freshpoint.com/news/why-mashed-rutabaga-should-be-on-your-thanksgiving-menu
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In order to get the optimal growing conditions, every March and November, the major growing areas in Yuma and Salinas transition from one area to the other.

Moving to an ideal growing area as the seasons change is important for the crop's growth and availability. Our team works closely with our suppliers and growers during this carefully orchestrated event. Check out this illustrated video explaining this important seasonal occurrence.

https://youtu.be/gMKS3J0v2Zs

Our Leadership Team

Jennifer Kennedy-Castillo
President

Robert Crespo
VP Value Added


Jeremy Blackwell
Transportation Manager

Amanda Hester
Director of Sales


Jenny Frese
Director of Purchasing

Janet Stephen
Human Resources