Two facilities to better serve your needs.  

With distribution centers in Southern and Northern California,  Jacmar Foodservice is taking great strides to ensure our ability to serve customers across the Southwest with the best quality and service in the industry. We use the most efficient systems for managing inventories in multiple warehouses. Our logistics are consistently improved to increase the efficiencies of carrying the volume of inventory selections that our customers rely upon.  Our distribution centers have multi-temperature zones and advancements to ensure goods remain at the proper temperature during storage and transfer.


Advanced refrigeration systems provide maximum energy efficiency

Different temperature zones that keep products at peak freshness

Continuous operation, 6 days a week to ensure rapid responses to your needs

Use of low energy LED lighting equipped with motion sensors minimize energy waste


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Southern California Distribution Center


  • Cooler/Freezer with 6 different temperature zones
    • Deep freeze for bulk ice cream
    • General Frozen
    • General Refrigerated
    • Dedicated Fresh Meat Room
    • Two Separate Produce Rooms
  • 14 fully refrigerated dock doors which allow for direct refrigerated/frozen receiving and loading.
  • Each dock door equipped with dock shelters to protect goods from the elements and to minimize airflow into the warehouse.
  • 24 hour operation, six days a week.
  • Approximately 6 Million Cubic Feet of Storage
  • 232,000 Square Feet comprised of:
    • 75,000 Square Feet of Cooler/Freezer Space
    • 132,000 Square Feet of Dry Goods/Dock Space/Warehouse office
    • 25,000 Square Feet of Office Space (Jacmar Foodservice Distribution Headquarters)
  • 30 Dock doors – 16 Ambient/14 Refrigerated
  • Recycling of cardboard and plastics
  • Use of low energy LED lighting throughout warehouse AND offices. Motion sensors used throughout facility to minimize utilization of lights
  • Refrigerated docks lead to less use of diesel fuels as truck refrigeration units are run for less hours
  • Updated routing technology allows for route structures that minimize miles driven and hours per route, thus lowering diesel fuel usage and thereby reducing emissions.
  • State of the art refrigeration system providing maximum energy efficiencies
  • All landscaping sprinkler systems are underground seepage systems which prevents excess surface water waste and which allows for overall less water use.

Sustainability

Jacmar Foodservice provides sourcing solutions for its customers who seek environmentally friendly products.

Recyclable, recycled and decomposable products
Organic and natural products
Locally sourced options



Northern California Distribution Center


  • Cooler/Freezer with 5 different temperature zones 
    • Deep freeze for bulk ice cream
    • General Frozen
    • General Refrigerated
    • Dedicated Fresh Meat Room
    • Separate Produce Room
  • 12 Dock doors with chilled receiving and loading directly from cooler.
  • Each dock door equipped with dock shelters to protect goods from the elements and to minimize airflow into the warehouse.
  • 24 hour operation six days a week
  • Approximately 2.4 Million Cubic Feet of Storage
  • Approximately 100,000 square feet
    • 40,000 square feet of cooler/freeze space
    • 47,000 square feet of dry goods space
    • 16,000 square feet of office space
  • 12 Dock doors
  • Recycling of cardboard and plastics
    • Cardboard:  2.5 tons per week (average)
    • Plastic Wrap:  1.25 tons per week (average)
  • Motion sensors used throughout facility to minimize utilization of lights
  • State of the art refrigeration system providing maximum energy efficiencies
  • Updated routing technology allows for route structures that minimize miles driven and hours per route lowering diesel fuel uses and reducing emissions.

Sustainability

Jacmar Foodservice provides sourcing solutions for its customers who seek environmentally friendly products.

Recyclable, recycled and decomposable products
Organic and natural products
Locally sourced options


Learn About Our Transportation


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Jacmar Foodservice is committed to giving back to the community and reducing its carbon footprint 


Reduce 

Every effort is made on property and in our fleet of trucks to conserve energy & resources, reduce emissions, make use of existing resources and light as well as intelligently vary the output based on time of day.  Beyond our carbon footprint, Jacmar Foodservice is diligent in extending the lifecycle of our consumables – from adding skirts on our trailers to improve aerodynamics (which reduces fuel consumption), to reducing or eliminating paper from our communications & reporting systems wherever practical.

Recycle

Jacmar Foodservice recycles an average of 90 tons of cardboard and 22 tons of plastic wrap a year, but our efforts don’t stop there.  Jacmar actively recycles all office related paper waste and stocks office paper products that contain recycled components and/or are certified sourcing in conjunction with the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. 

Restore

From providing sourcing solutions for its customers who seek environmentally friendly products such as recyclable/recycled products, organic/natural products and locally sourced options, to contributing to charities and benefits, Jacmar Foodservice is committed to giving back to both the environment and social causes as part of its daily operations. 


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