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Order Management

Fast and convenient online order management

Easy to Use:

Intuitive format, easy navigation and searchability for more efficient ordering.

More Product Information:

More images, more nutritionals and clearer product descriptions to allow you to make informed product purchase decisions.

Learn more here.

Contact your Sales Associate today and learn how you can connect!

Download the mobile version from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store!

Account Center
Pay Online with E-Payment.

With Account Center, you can view your account's statement and invoice details and pay online -- on your time.

View up to 2 years of payment history.
View up to 2 years of invoice history.

Up-to-date transaction information at your fingertips.

View open invoices, invoices due today and more.

State-of-the art security.

Value-added for FSA customers. Request access today, or contact your Sales Associate with any questions.
Account Center Subscriptions
With Account Center Email Subscriptions, you can schedule your invoice and proof of delivery emails.
Options for daily or weekly emails.

Choose your delivery format (PDF or CSV).

Configure proof of delivery documents to be delivered electronically.

Run on-demand invoice extracts with up to 2 years of invoice history.
Bar Codes

This tool can be used to generate barcodes that will print nicely on Avery 5260 labels.

The sources needed to generate sheets of labels are Microsoft Excel files that are easily obtained from Star Solutions Operator.  (Please note, both Star Solutions Operator and our scanner add-in are required for use of the Bar Code tool.)

Contact us today to learn more.


Designed specifically for multi-unit operators, the eAdvantage system gives DMA customers fast online ordering, order confirmation, purchase history, and online customer reporting.

Value-added and available for FSA/DMA customers only. Contact us today to learn more.
Where's My Truck

Do you want to know exactly when to expect your next delivery? Now there’s a way to track your order online.

Value-added for FSA customers. Contact us today to learn more.

Customer Ordering Interactive Network (COIN) interfaces easily with your own ordering systems software so you can place orders with FSA.

Connect your ordering system with FSA and send orders through the Internet, email, or ftp file transfer.  COIN easily interfaces with programs such as CBORD®, MenuLink, Computrition, and more.

COIN is compatible with several ordering systems.  Ask your Sales Associate about using COIN for your business or to check for system compatibility.

Value-added for FSA customers. Contact us today to learn more.  


CURE (Customer Usage Reporting Environment) allows access usage reports and is Internet based. CURE gives you the ability to show 2 years of purchases.

Includes excellent drill-down capabilities and filtering by vendor, brand and category and item.

Value-added for FSA customers. Contact us today to learn more.

Industry News

DOL Issues Proposed Overtime Rule

From the National Restaurant Association on March 7, 2019

The Department of Labor (DOL) just released its rewrite of the Obama Administration’s overtime rule, which more than doubled the salary threshold from the current level of $23,660 to $47,476 per year. The DOL’s rewrite of the rule proposes a salary threshold of $35,308 per year.

The Department of Labor’s revisions to the rule reflect a review process including a Request For Information and a nationwide series of listening sessions allowing the regulated community and stakeholders to offer input on this important federal regulation. The National Restaurant Association said it supports the department’s commonsense approach to salary increases and the absence of a provision for automatic adjustments.

A National Restaurant Association email to members said the association is continuing to review the proposed rule and will provide a more in-depth analysis in the days to come.

Read the full story here along with the March 12 update summary.

Tech Trends Driving Changes in Restaurants, Report Says

Generational differences increasingly mean restaurant technology options are a must-have, not just a nice-to-have.

Gen Z and millennial expert Jason Dorsey says people refer to Gen Z and millennials as “tech savvy.” But that’s not necessarily true, says Dorsey. He says they’re actually “tech dependent” -- and that’s a different thing altogether.

Read the full story on

9 Ways Restaurants Can Fight Harassment in the #MeToo World

After the shock and gut-wrenching details of #MeToo story, the restaurant industry is left asking what it means to have a positive, supportive work environment. How can restaurants and brands move forward, post-#MeToo, to create a better environment in its wake?

“I think it’s simple: Listen and be proactive. [This] is no time to be passive,” says Natasha David, co-owner of Nitecap bar in New York City. This simple piece of advice rings true throughout the industry. Women leaders and HR professionals alike agree that it’s about setting a good example as a leader, making expectations clear, listening to and making resources available to staff, and acting when needed.

Restaurants that choose not to heed the call put themselves at risk of alienating staff and ultimately losing good talent, especially when competitors are following the movement in more honest and effective ways.

“[What] keeps restaurateurs up at night, from our most-recent research, is attrition, keeping employees,” says Sara Anderson, workforce development director at the National Restaurant Association. “The workforce landscape is getting more and more competitive. When you have a great, positive environment, people have a tendency to be very attracted to that and want to stay longer.”

Lead and protect

“There won’t be a positive, supportive work culture if it doesn’t start at the top,” says Janet Hendrick, employment litigator and partner at Fisher and Phillips LLP. Whether you are the head of a small mom-and-pop operation or a large conglomerate, it is up to you to make clear what is acceptable and what is unacceptable in the workplace and model that behavior, Hendrick says.

Read the full article:
(This article originally appeared on by Laura Zolman Kirk)

To stay up-to-date on the issues that can affect your business, be sure to visit the Washington Hospitality Association website at