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Copesan Again Recognized as 'Food Industry Best Supplier'

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Copesan was a gold winner of “Food Industry Best Supplier” for pest management services in Food Processing's 2011 Reader’s Choice awards.

| March 9, 2011

MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. - Copesan has once again been recognized as a gold winner of “Food Industry Best Supplier” for pest management services in the Food Processing's 2011 Reader’s Choice awards. 2011 marks the fourth time Copesan has received this honor in the last five years.

“Our food processing clients have once again honored us by acknowledging the exceptional service and account management our team delivers to each and every one of our clients,” said Deni Naumann, president of Copesan. “We’re thrilled by our clients’ confidence and recognition of the valuable brand protection we provide them. And, we’re even more excited and proud to share in this accomplishment with our national network of dedicated team members who are committed to providing local expertise and going above and beyond for our valued food processing clients.”

The annual Reader’s Choice survey is sent to a select group of the magazine’s client circulation list representing all categories of the food and beverage industry – the survey is unaided and does not include a list of suppliers. Recipients vote on their favorite brands and category suppliers based on their experiences, recognizing the vendors and products they most appreciate.

 

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