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Companies 2018-04-13T13:44:43+00:00
Diamond Produce is a technology-driven produce company that integrates old school produce principles with innovation.
By using enhanced consumer experiences, streamlined logistical and procurement operations,
Diamond is the acquisition, support, and sales engine that garners nearly $30M in annual revenue under Sunterra Produce Traders Chicago.
Powered by the latest cloud-based web platform, Diamond consistently exceeds industry
expectations through automation of core principles and methods while being committed to customer service.
With a true commitment to consumer branding awareness, Diamond brings quality
products and efficiency to the produce industry by setting new industry standards for quality and service.

Established in 2016 KOHA is a powerful loyalty program app that helps small businesses grow, makes fundraising easier for school organizations, and rewards people for supporting local businesses and schools in their communities. The three primary users of KOHA are the small business, the consumer, and the community organization. KOHA small businesses commit a small percentage of KOHA consumer transactions that are then automated as support of their mutually chosen community organization. The KOHA system will generate an increase in transactions for small businesses, incentivize the consumer with its rewards program, and offer a reliable model of sustainability and support for the local school and community nonprofits. KOHA’s patented system automates and transparently tracks the transactions, making it a win-win for the small business and the consumer.

KOHA officially launched January 1, 2018.

Who doesn’t love good music, great food, and great people?

Cadence Kitchen, located in downtown Downers Grove, IL, is a restaurant experience where Executive Chef Todd Davies takes us straight into his elevated farm-to-table menu in an atmosphere surrounded by the idea of good beats meets great eats, while paying homage to all genres of music.Cadence Kitchen is slated to open spring/summer of 2018 and sits in the same location as what was previously The Lemon Tree Grocer. Owners Shaun Black and Tim Canning closed the doors of The Lemon Tree Grocer for the last time in the summer of 2017 and partnered with Davies in bringing his extensive background in the culinary industry, having opened over 30 restaurants and pubs in 14 different states, including the Chicagoland area.Together, they will serve great food and good music to hungry locals in search of their next favorite restaurant.