Our Principles

Our Principles

At Thomas Cuisine Management, our primary business purpose is to secure clients and earn their loyalty for the long-term. As a potential customer, we want you to understand the fabric of our organization. We are innovative, passionate and honest in everything we do, and we view our clients as assets to be nurtured, protected and developed.

We believe that customers are not seeking to purchase "things" but rather "solutions," that their future as well as ours is not something to be waited for but achieved. It is our mission to achieve this by constantly evaluating, defining and creating a better future.

Please contact us so that we may begin moving into the future with you and your organization.

Thank you for your interest,

Thad Thomas, Founder

Our Mission

Great Food, Genuine Service, Enduring Relationships

Our Values

Excellence  •  Respect  •  Integrity  •  Team Work  •  Passion

Our Vision

Be the best business partner for our customers, associates and suppliers.

  • Be known as the best regional provider of food and service.
  • Be known in the marketplace and the community for having the best associates.
  • Be known for being visionary and flexible in how we provide our services.
  • Partner with customers, associates and suppliers who share similar values.
  • Be known for our philosophical commitment to deliver socially responsible (eco-friendly, sustainable, local, ect) and healthy food whenever possible.
  • Give back and contribute to the communities where we work.
"We have found Thomas Cuisine Management to be responsive and concerned about both the quality and cost of their product. They bring a higher level of management expertise to our dietary department than what is available locally. This includes quality of product, variety of options for products and services, and additional group purchasing power. The responses to our customer satisfaction surveys are quite positive. They help us to control costs and generally make life easier. I recommend their services."

Carl Hanson, Minidoka Memorial Hospital