Whole Foods Names Pacific Highway Wines 2017 Supplier For Outstanding Innovation

Pacific Highway Wines & Spirits received the Whole Foods Market 2017 Supplier Award for Outstanding Innovation, recently. The 6th annual Supplier Awards are Whole Foods Market’s highest honor for producer partners who embody its mission and values, namely outstanding innovation, responsible sourcing and commitment to quality standards.

The Supplier Awards were unveiled at Stephen F. Austin Hotel in Austin, Texas. Pacific Highway Wines & Spirits was highlighted by Whole Foods Market for “sourcing award-winning wines and innovative, trending products from Spain, Chile, New Zealand, France and around the globe. Most recently, Pacific Highway Wines & Spirits supported the Whole Foods Market launch of Pure Provence rosé wine cans, which have been a hit with customers and represent a growing trend in beverages.”

Mark Giordano, President of Pacific Highway Wines & Spirits, was present to accept the award and stated, “We are humbled to be honored for this award and want to thank Cathy, Doug, Devon, Katie, Joe and Mary for considering us. The people in this room are working to change the world through their service and through Whole Foods. This is an incredible honor for Pacific Highway and we look forward to continuing to innovate from today and beyond.”

Pacific Highway Wines & Spirits is one of 27 perishable and non-perishable suppliers to be recognized by Whole Foods Market this year.



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