Earning Foodservice Rewards program points entails buying products eligible for points from a list of participating retailers and entering special codes online. A wide array of food and cleaning products are offered in the program from brand names, including Kraft, Mr. Clean and Pillsbury.
Foodservice Rewards features a three-step process for earning and claiming points. Step one requires browsing among the array of brand offerings and selecting products such as chicken, beverages, flour, desserts and coffee creamer. The program includes hundreds of brands, and products are shipped with yellow reward labels.
Step two involves peeling off the label that includes a 12-digit code number, logging into your Foodservice Rewards account and entering the number as directed. Earned points are redeemed by accessing the account portal and selecting specific products from a large list of items. Enrolled businesses can redeem points for practical items such as cookware, kitchen gadgets and ladders, or fun items such as scooters, cameras and sports gear.
Companies use Foodservice Rewards to motivate and thank valuable employees for their hard work and dedication. Giving away items earned in the program is also a good way to create more business through customer contests and sweepstakes. For example, if a business earns points for a big screen TV and uses it as an incentive to boost website traffic and sales.