Pocono ProFood's Stroudsburg warehouse overhead view from the skies.Edward K. Driebe remains chairman of the board as second-generation family members, Terrence B. Snyder and Rosemary Driebe Olofsson, were named president and executive vice president.

As the new millennium was approaching, Pocono came to the forefront by adding fresh meat and protein to the inventory and began operating out of a new distribution center which added more than 2 million cubic feet of refrigerated and frozen space on a new 54-acre facility.

By 1996, Pocono joined Pro*Act and became a part of the leading produce purchasing and marketing organization in the country.