US Foodservice to Distribute Food to San Diego-based Navy Ships

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Naval Base San Diego(click to view full) US Foodservice in La Mirada, CA received a maximum $61 million firm-fixed-price, indefinite-quantity/ indefinite-delivery sole source contract for full line food distribution to San Diego-based US Navy and resupply ships. The contract runs through Oct 3/10. The contracting activity is the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia in Pennsylvania (SPM300-09-D-3312). This contract is an extension of a previously awarded contract… Under the previous contract (SPM300-08-D-3051), US Foodservice provides full-line food distribution for the following US Navy facilities: * Navy ships at Naval Base San Diego * Naval Station, San Diego * Point Loma and North Island * General Dynamics NASSCO shipyard * Southwest Marine’s San Diego shipyard * Seal Naval Weapons Station, Port Hueneme, CA Naval Base San Diego is the largest US Navy base on the West Coast of the United States, notes Wikipedia. Naval Base San Diego is the principal homeport of the Pacific Fleet, consisting of 54 ships and over 120 tenant commands. The base is composed of 13 piers stretched over 977 acres of land and 326 acres of water. The total on base population is 20,000 military personnel and 6,000 civilians.

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