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Exhibit 99.1

 

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NEWS RELEASE

     

For Immediate Release

  

Investors:

  

Media:

June 22, 2021    Bill Marshall    Trisha Meade
   VP, Investor Relations    Director, Communications & Engagement
   (804) 287-8108    (804) 285-5390
   Bill.Marshall@pfgc.com    mediarelations@pfgc.com

 

 

Performance Food Group Company Participates in the 2021 Jefferies Virtual Consumer Conference; Increases Fiscal Fourth Quarter 2021 Outlook

RICHMOND, Va. – Performance Food Group Company (PFG) (NYSE: PFGC) Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer George Holm and Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Jim Hope are participating in group investor meetings as part of the 2021 Jefferies Virtual Consumer Conference, today. They will also participate in a webcast presentation live on Wednesday, June 23, at 10:20 a.m. ET. The live webcast will be available in listen-only mode on investors.pfgc.com, and an archived replay of the webcast will be made available later that day.

For the fiscal fourth quarter of 2021, PFG now expects net sales to be at least $8.8 billion compared to the prior expectation of at least $8.2 billion. Adjusted EBITDA is now expected to be at least $190 million in the fiscal fourth quarter of 2021 compared to the prior expectation of at least $185 million. This outlook includes the impact of a 53rd week, which occurs in the fiscal fourth quarter of 2021.

PFG’s Adjusted EBITDA outlook excludes the impact of certain income and expense items that management believes are not part of underlying operations. These items may include, but are not limited to, loss on early extinguishment of debt, restructuring charges, certain tax items, and charges associated with non-recurring professional and legal fees associated with acquisitions. PFG’s management cannot estimate on a forward-looking basis the impact of these income and expense items on its reported Net income, which could be significant, are difficult to predict and may be highly variable. As a result, PFG does not provide a reconciliation to the closest corresponding GAAP financial measure for its Adjusted EBITDA outlook. Please see the “Forward-Looking Statements” section of this release for a discussion of certain risks to PFG’s outlook

 

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About Performance Food Group Company

Built on the many proud histories of our family of companies, Performance Food Group is a customer-centric foodservice distribution leader headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. Grounded by roots that date back to a grocery peddler in 1885, PFG today has a nationwide network of over 100 distribution facilities, thousands of talented associates and valued suppliers across the country. With the goal of helping our customers thrive, we market and deliver quality food and related products to over 200,000 locations including independent and chain restaurants, schools, business and industry locations, healthcare facilities, vending distributors, office coffee service distributors, big box retailers, theaters and convenience stores. Building strong relationships is core to PFG’s success – from connecting associates with great career opportunities to connecting valued suppliers and quality products with PFG’s broad and diverse customer base. To learn more about PFG, visit pfgc.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This communication contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. These statements include, but are not limited to, statements related to our expectations regarding the performance of our business, our financial results, our liquidity and capital resources, and other non-historical statements. You can identify these forward-looking statements by the use of words such as “outlook,” “believes,” “expects,” “potential,” “continues,” “may,” “will,” “should,” “could,” “seeks,” “projects,” “predicts,” “intends,” “plans,” “estimates,” “anticipates” or the negative version of these words or other comparable words.

Such forward-looking statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties. The following factors, in addition to those discussed under the section entitled Item 1A. Risk Factors in the PFG’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 27, 2020 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) on August 18, 2020, as such factors may be updated from time to time in our periodic filings with the SEC, which are accessible on the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov, could cause actual future results to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements:

 

   

integration of our acquisition of Reinhart;

 

   

the material adverse impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had and is expected to continue to have on the global markets, the restaurant industry, and our business specifically;

 

   

competition in our industry is intense, and we may not be able to compete successfully;

 

   

we operate in a low margin industry, which could increase the volatility of our results of operations;

 

   

we may not realize anticipated benefits from our operating cost reduction and productivity improvement efforts;

 

   

our profitability is directly affected by cost inflation and deflation and other factors;

 

   

we do not have long-term contracts with certain of our customers;

 

   

group purchasing organizations may become more active in our industry and increase their efforts to add our customers as members of these organizations;

 

   

changes in eating habits of consumers;

 

   

extreme weather conditions;

 

   

our reliance on third-party suppliers;

 

   

labor relations and cost risks and availability of qualified labor;

 

   

volatility of fuel and other transportation costs;

 

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inability to adjust cost structure where one or more of our competitors successfully implement lower costs;

 

   

we may be unable to increase our sales in the highest margin portion of our business;

 

   

changes in pricing practices of our suppliers;

 

   

our growth strategy may not achieve the anticipated results;

 

   

risks relating to acquisitions, including the risk that we are not able to realize benefits of acquisitions or successfully integrate the businesses we acquire;

 

   

environmental, health, and safety costs;

 

   

the risk that we fail to comply with requirements imposed by applicable law or government regulations;

 

   

a portion of our sales volume is dependent upon the distribution of cigarettes and other tobacco products, sales of which are generally declining;

 

   

if the products we distribute are alleged to cause injury or illness or fail to comply with governmental regulations, we may need to recall our products and may experience product liability claims;

 

   

our reliance on technology and risks associated with disruption or delay in implementation of new technology;

 

   

costs and risks associated with a potential cybersecurity incident or other technology disruption;

 

   

product liability claims relating to the products we distribute and other litigation;

 

   

adverse judgements or settlements;

 

   

negative media exposure and other events that damage our reputation;

 

   

decrease in earnings from amortization charges associated with acquisitions;

 

   

impact of uncollectibility of accounts receivable;

 

   

difficult economic conditions affecting consumer confidence;

 

   

risks relating to federal, state, and local tax rules;

 

   

the cost and adequacy of insurance coverage;

 

   

risks relating to our outstanding indebtedness;

 

   

our ability to raise additional capital;

 

   

our ability to maintain an effective system of disclosure controls and internal control over financial reporting;

 

   

the possibility that the expected synergies and value creation from the acquisition of Reinhart will not be realized or will not be realized within the expected time period; and

 

   

the following risks related to the proposed acquisition of Core-Mark ( the “Core-Mark Transaction”):

 

   

the risk that U.S. federal antitrust clearance or other approvals required for the Core-Mark Transaction may be delayed or not obtained or are obtained subject to conditions that are not anticipated that could require the exertion of management’s time and PFG’s resources or otherwise have an adverse effect on PFG;

 

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the possibility that conditions to the consummation of the Core-Mark Transaction, including approval by Core-Mark shareholders, will not be satisfied or completed on a timely basis and accordingly the Core-Mark Transaction may not be consummated on a timely basis or at all;

 

   

uncertainty as to the expected financial performance of the combined company following completion of the Core-Mark Transaction;

 

   

the possibility that the expected synergies and value creation from the Core-Mark Transaction will not be realized or will not be realized within the expected time period;

 

   

the exertion of PFG management’s time and PFG’s resources, and other expenses incurred and business changes required, in connection with complying with the undertakings in connection with U.S. federal antitrust clearance or other third-party consents or approvals for the Core-Mark Transaction;

 

   

the risk that unexpected costs will be incurred in connection with the completion and/or integration of the Core-Mark Transaction or that the integration of Core-Mark will be more difficult or time consuming than expected;

 

   

availability of debt financing for the Core-Mark Transaction and our refinancing plans on terms that are favorable to us;

 

   

a downgrade of the credit rating of PFG’s indebtedness, which could give rise to an obligation to redeem existing indebtedness;

 

   

potential litigation in connection with the Core-Mark Transaction may affect the timing or occurrence of the Core-Mark Transaction or result in significant costs of defense, indemnification and liability;

 

   

the inability to retain key personnel;

 

   

the possibility that competing offers will be made to acquire Core-Mark;

 

   

disruption from the announcement, pendency and/or completion of the Core-Mark Transaction, including potential adverse reactions or changes to business relationships with customers, employees, suppliers or regulators, making it more difficult to maintain business and operational relationships; and

 

   

the risk that, following the Core-Mark Transaction, the combined company may not be able to effectively manage its expanded operations.

Accordingly, there are or will be important factors that could cause actual outcomes or results to differ materially from those indicated in these statements. These factors should not be construed as exhaustive and should be read in conjunction with the other cautionary statements that are included in this release and in our filings with the SEC. Any forward-looking statement, including any contained herein, speaks only as of the time of this release or as of the date they were made and we do not undertake to update or revise them as more information becomes available or to disclose any facts, events, or circumstances after the date of this release or our statement, as applicable, that may affect the accuracy of any forward-looking statement, except as required by law.

 

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Exhibit 99.2 Performance Food Group Jefferies Virtual Consumer Conference June 2021 Jefferies 2021 1 Exhibit 99.2 Performance Food Group Jefferies Virtual Consumer Conference June 2021 Jefferies 2021 1


Disclaimer This communication contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. These statements include, but are not limited to, statements related to our expectations regarding the performance of our business, our financial results, our liquidity and capital resources and other non- historical statements. You can identify these forward-looking statements by the use of words such as “outlook,” “believes,” “expects,” “potential,” “continues,” “may,” “will,” “should,” “could,” “seeks,” “projects,” “predicts,” “intends,” “plans,” “estimates,” “anticipates” or the negative version of these words or other comparable words. Such forward-looking statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties. The following factors, in addition to those discussed under the section entitled Item 1A. Risk Factors in the PFG’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 27, 2020 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) on August 18, 2020, as such factors may be updated from time to time in our periodic filings with the SEC, which are accessible on the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov, could cause actual future results to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements: the integration of our acquisition of Reinhart, the material adverse impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had and is expected to continue to have on the global markets, the restaurant industry, and our business specifically; competition in our industry is intense, and we may not be able to compete successfully; we operate in a low margin industry, which could increase the volatility of our results of operations; we may not realize anticipated benefits from our operating cost reduction and productivity improvement efforts; our profitability is directly affected by cost inflation and deflation and other factors; we do not have long-term contracts with certain of our customers; group purchasing organizations may become more active in our industry and increase their efforts to add our customers as members of these organizations; changes in eating habits of consumers; extreme weather conditions; our reliance on third-party suppliers; labor relations and cost risks and availability of qualified labor; volatility of fuel and other transportation costs; inability to adjust cost structure where one or more of our competitors successfully implement lower costs; we may be unable to increase our sales in the highest margin portion of our business; changes in pricing practices of our suppliers; our growth strategy may not achieve the anticipated results; risks relating to acquisitions, including the risk that we are not able to realize benefits of acquisitions or successfully integrate the businesses we acquire; environmental, health, and safety costs; the risk that we fail to comply with requirements imposed by applicable law or government regulations; a portion of our sales volume is dependent upon the distribution of cigarettes and other tobacco products, sales of which are generally declining; if the products we distribute are alleged to cause injury or illness or fail to comply with governmental regulations, we may need to recall our products and may experience product liability claims; our reliance on technology and risks associated with disruption or delay in implementation of new technology; costs and risks associated with a potential cybersecurity incident or other technology disruption; product liability claims relating to the products we distribute and other litigation; adverse judgements or settlements; negative media exposure and other events that damage our reputation; decrease in earnings from amortization charges associated with acquisitions; impact of uncollectibility of accounts receivable; difficult economic conditions affecting consumer confidence; risks relating to federal, state, and local tax rules; the cost and adequacy of insurance coverage; risks relating to our outstanding indebtedness; our ability to raise additional capital; our ability to maintain an effective system of disclosure controls and internal control over financial reporting; the possibility that the expected synergies and value creation from the acquisition of Reinhart will not be realized or will not be realized within the expected time period; and the following risks related to the proposed acquisition of Core-Mark ( the “Core-Mark Transaction”): the risk that U.S. federal antitrust clearance or other approvals required for the Core-Mark Transaction may be delayed or not obtained or are obtained subject to conditions that are not anticipated that could require the exertion of management’s time and the Company’s resources or otherwise have an adverse effect on the Company; the possibility that conditions to the consummation of the Core-Mark Transaction, including approval by Core-Mark shareholders, will not be satisfied or completed on a timely basis and accordingly the Core-Mark Transaction may not be consummated on a timely basis or at all; uncertainty as to the expected financial performance of the combined company following completion of the Core-Mark Transaction; the possibility that the expected synergies and value creation from the Core-Mark Transaction will not be realized or will not be realized within the expected time period; the exertion of the Company management’s time and the Company’s resources, and other expenses incurred and business changes required, in connection with complying with the undertakings in connection with U.S. federal antitrust clearance or other third-party consents or approvals for the Core-Mark Transaction; the risk that unexpected costs will be incurred in connection with the completion and/or integration of the Core-Mark Transaction or that the integration of Core-Mark will be more difficult or time consuming than expected; availability of debt financing for the Core-Mark Transaction and our refinancing plans on terms that are favorable to us; a downgrade of the credit rating of the Company’s indebtedness, which could give rise to an obligation to redeem existing indebtedness; potential litigation in connection with the Core-Mark Transaction may affect the timing or occurrence of the Core-Mark Transaction or result in significant costs of defense, indemnification and liability; the inability to retain key personnel; the possibility that competing offers will be made to acquire Core-Mark; disruption from the announcement, pendency and/or completion of the Core-Mark Transaction, including potential adverse reactions or changes to business relationships with customers, employees, suppliers or regulators, making it more difficult to maintain business and operational relationships; and the risk that, following the Core-Mark Transaction, the combined company may not be able to effectively manage its expanded operations. Accordingly, there are or will be important factors that could cause actual outcomes or results to differ materially from those indicated in these statements. These factors should not be construed as exhaustive and should be read in conjunction with the other cautionary statements that are included in this release and in our filings with the SEC. Any forward-looking statement, including any contained herein, speaks only as of the time of this release or as of the date they were made and we do not undertake to update or revise them as more information becomes available or to disclose any facts, events, or circumstances after the date of this release or our statement, as applicable, that may affect the accuracy of any forward-looking statement, except as required by law. Jefferies 2021 2 Disclaimer This communication contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. These statements include, but are not limited to, statements related to our expectations regarding the performance of our business, our financial results, our liquidity and capital resources and other non- historical statements. You can identify these forward-looking statements by the use of words such as “outlook,” “believes,” “expects,” “potential,” “continues,” “may,” “will,” “should,” “could,” “seeks,” “projects,” “predicts,” “intends,” “plans,” “estimates,” “anticipates” or the negative version of these words or other comparable words. Such forward-looking statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties. The following factors, in addition to those discussed under the section entitled Item 1A. Risk Factors in the PFG’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 27, 2020 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) on August 18, 2020, as such factors may be updated from time to time in our periodic filings with the SEC, which are accessible on the SEC’s website at www.sec.gov, could cause actual future results to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements: the integration of our acquisition of Reinhart, the material adverse impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had and is expected to continue to have on the global markets, the restaurant industry, and our business specifically; competition in our industry is intense, and we may not be able to compete successfully; we operate in a low margin industry, which could increase the volatility of our results of operations; we may not realize anticipated benefits from our operating cost reduction and productivity improvement efforts; our profitability is directly affected by cost inflation and deflation and other factors; we do not have long-term contracts with certain of our customers; group purchasing organizations may become more active in our industry and increase their efforts to add our customers as members of these organizations; changes in eating habits of consumers; extreme weather conditions; our reliance on third-party suppliers; labor relations and cost risks and availability of qualified labor; volatility of fuel and other transportation costs; inability to adjust cost structure where one or more of our competitors successfully implement lower costs; we may be unable to increase our sales in the highest margin portion of our business; changes in pricing practices of our suppliers; our growth strategy may not achieve the anticipated results; risks relating to acquisitions, including the risk that we are not able to realize benefits of acquisitions or successfully integrate the businesses we acquire; environmental, health, and safety costs; the risk that we fail to comply with requirements imposed by applicable law or government regulations; a portion of our sales volume is dependent upon the distribution of cigarettes and other tobacco products, sales of which are generally declining; if the products we distribute are alleged to cause injury or illness or fail to comply with governmental regulations, we may need to recall our products and may experience product liability claims; our reliance on technology and risks associated with disruption or delay in implementation of new technology; costs and risks associated with a potential cybersecurity incident or other technology disruption; product liability claims relating to the products we distribute and other litigation; adverse judgements or settlements; negative media exposure and other events that damage our reputation; decrease in earnings from amortization charges associated with acquisitions; impact of uncollectibility of accounts receivable; difficult economic conditions affecting consumer confidence; risks relating to federal, state, and local tax rules; the cost and adequacy of insurance coverage; risks relating to our outstanding indebtedness; our ability to raise additional capital; our ability to maintain an effective system of disclosure controls and internal control over financial reporting; the possibility that the expected synergies and value creation from the acquisition of Reinhart will not be realized or will not be realized within the expected time period; and the following risks related to the proposed acquisition of Core-Mark ( the “Core-Mark Transaction”): the risk that U.S. federal antitrust clearance or other approvals required for the Core-Mark Transaction may be delayed or not obtained or are obtained subject to conditions that are not anticipated that could require the exertion of management’s time and the Company’s resources or otherwise have an adverse effect on the Company; the possibility that conditions to the consummation of the Core-Mark Transaction, including approval by Core-Mark shareholders, will not be satisfied or completed on a timely basis and accordingly the Core-Mark Transaction may not be consummated on a timely basis or at all; uncertainty as to the expected financial performance of the combined company following completion of the Core-Mark Transaction; the possibility that the expected synergies and value creation from the Core-Mark Transaction will not be realized or will not be realized within the expected time period; the exertion of the Company management’s time and the Company’s resources, and other expenses incurred and business changes required, in connection with complying with the undertakings in connection with U.S. federal antitrust clearance or other third-party consents or approvals for the Core-Mark Transaction; the risk that unexpected costs will be incurred in connection with the completion and/or integration of the Core-Mark Transaction or that the integration of Core-Mark will be more difficult or time consuming than expected; availability of debt financing for the Core-Mark Transaction and our refinancing plans on terms that are favorable to us; a downgrade of the credit rating of the Company’s indebtedness, which could give rise to an obligation to redeem existing indebtedness; potential litigation in connection with the Core-Mark Transaction may affect the timing or occurrence of the Core-Mark Transaction or result in significant costs of defense, indemnification and liability; the inability to retain key personnel; the possibility that competing offers will be made to acquire Core-Mark; disruption from the announcement, pendency and/or completion of the Core-Mark Transaction, including potential adverse reactions or changes to business relationships with customers, employees, suppliers or regulators, making it more difficult to maintain business and operational relationships; and the risk that, following the Core-Mark Transaction, the combined company may not be able to effectively manage its expanded operations. Accordingly, there are or will be important factors that could cause actual outcomes or results to differ materially from those indicated in these statements. These factors should not be construed as exhaustive and should be read in conjunction with the other cautionary statements that are included in this release and in our filings with the SEC. Any forward-looking statement, including any contained herein, speaks only as of the time of this release or as of the date they were made and we do not undertake to update or revise them as more information becomes available or to disclose any facts, events, or circumstances after the date of this release or our statement, as applicable, that may affect the accuracy of any forward-looking statement, except as required by law. Jefferies 2021 2


Disclaimer (cont.) Important Additional Information and Where to Find It In connection with the proposed transaction, PFG intends to file with the SEC a registration statement on Form S-4 (the “Registration Statement”), which will include a prospectus with respect to the shares of PFG’s common stock to be issued in the proposed transaction and a proxy statement for Core-Mark’s stockholders (the “Proxy Statement”). Core-Mark will send the Proxy Statement to its stockholders, and each party may file other documents regarding the proposed transaction with the SEC. This communication is not a substitute for the Form S-4, the Proxy Statement or any other document that Core-Mark may send to its stockholders in connection with the proposed transaction. INVESTORS AND SECURITY HOLDERS OF PFG AND CORE-MARK ARE URGED TO READ THE FORM S-4, THE PROXY STATEMENT AND ANY OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS (INCLUDING ANY AMENDMENTS OR SUPPLEMENTS THERETO) THAT WILL BE FILED WITH THE SEC CAREFULLY AND IN THEIR ENTIRETY WHEN THEY BECOME AVAILABLE BECAUSE THEY WILL CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PFG, Core-Mark, THE PROPOSED TRANSACTION AND RELATED MATTERS. Investors and security holders of PFG and Core-Mark will be able to obtain free copies of the Form S-4, the Proxy Statement and other documents (including any amendments or supplements thereto) containing important information about PFG and Core-Mark once those documents are filed with the SEC, through the website maintained by the SEC at www.sec.gov. Copies of the documents filed with the SEC by PFG will be available free of charge on PFG’s website at investors.pfgc.com or by contacting PFG’s Investor Relations department at bill.marshall@pfgc.com. Copies of the documents filed with the SEC by Core-Mark will be available free of charge on Core-Mark’s website at ir.core- mark.com/investors or by contacting Core-Mark’s Investor Relations department at david.lawrence@core-mark.com. Participants In The Solicitation PFG and its directors, executive officers and employees may be deemed to be participants in the solicitation of proxies from the stockholders of Core-Mark in connection with the proposed transaction. Information about the directors and executive officers of PFG is set forth in its (i) Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 27, 2020, which was filed with the SEC on August 18, 2020 and (ii) proxy statement for its 2020 annual meeting of stockholders, which was filed with the SEC on October 9, 2020, and on its website at www.pfgc.com. Investors may obtain additional information regarding the interest of such participants by reading the Form S-4, the Proxy Statement and other materials to be filed with the SEC in connection with proposed transaction when they become available. No Offer or Solicitation This communication is for informational purposes only and does not constitute, or form a part of, an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to sell or an offer to buy or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, and there shall be no sale of securities, in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. No offer of securities shall be made except by means of a prospectus meeting the requirements of Section 10 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and otherwise in accordance with applicable law. Jefferies 2021 3 Disclaimer (cont.) Important Additional Information and Where to Find It In connection with the proposed transaction, PFG intends to file with the SEC a registration statement on Form S-4 (the “Registration Statement”), which will include a prospectus with respect to the shares of PFG’s common stock to be issued in the proposed transaction and a proxy statement for Core-Mark’s stockholders (the “Proxy Statement”). Core-Mark will send the Proxy Statement to its stockholders, and each party may file other documents regarding the proposed transaction with the SEC. This communication is not a substitute for the Form S-4, the Proxy Statement or any other document that Core-Mark may send to its stockholders in connection with the proposed transaction. INVESTORS AND SECURITY HOLDERS OF PFG AND CORE-MARK ARE URGED TO READ THE FORM S-4, THE PROXY STATEMENT AND ANY OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS (INCLUDING ANY AMENDMENTS OR SUPPLEMENTS THERETO) THAT WILL BE FILED WITH THE SEC CAREFULLY AND IN THEIR ENTIRETY WHEN THEY BECOME AVAILABLE BECAUSE THEY WILL CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PFG, Core-Mark, THE PROPOSED TRANSACTION AND RELATED MATTERS. Investors and security holders of PFG and Core-Mark will be able to obtain free copies of the Form S-4, the Proxy Statement and other documents (including any amendments or supplements thereto) containing important information about PFG and Core-Mark once those documents are filed with the SEC, through the website maintained by the SEC at www.sec.gov. Copies of the documents filed with the SEC by PFG will be available free of charge on PFG’s website at investors.pfgc.com or by contacting PFG’s Investor Relations department at bill.marshall@pfgc.com. Copies of the documents filed with the SEC by Core-Mark will be available free of charge on Core-Mark’s website at ir.core- mark.com/investors or by contacting Core-Mark’s Investor Relations department at david.lawrence@core-mark.com. Participants In The Solicitation PFG and its directors, executive officers and employees may be deemed to be participants in the solicitation of proxies from the stockholders of Core-Mark in connection with the proposed transaction. Information about the directors and executive officers of PFG is set forth in its (i) Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended June 27, 2020, which was filed with the SEC on August 18, 2020 and (ii) proxy statement for its 2020 annual meeting of stockholders, which was filed with the SEC on October 9, 2020, and on its website at www.pfgc.com. Investors may obtain additional information regarding the interest of such participants by reading the Form S-4, the Proxy Statement and other materials to be filed with the SEC in connection with proposed transaction when they become available. No Offer or Solicitation This communication is for informational purposes only and does not constitute, or form a part of, an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to sell or an offer to buy or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, and there shall be no sale of securities, in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such jurisdiction. No offer of securities shall be made except by means of a prospectus meeting the requirements of Section 10 of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and otherwise in accordance with applicable law. Jefferies 2021 3


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Performance Food Group at a Glance LTM Mar-21 (4) Adj. EBIDTA LTM Mar-21 Sales § Second largest food distributor in the U.S. $27 $418 (1) § Participates in the growing $311bn foodservice distribution industry as well as the billion million (2) ~$110bn C-Store distribution industry (3) (3) Market Cap Enterprise Value § Serves a diverse mix of customers across a broad variety of food-away-from-home ~$7 ~$9 concepts billion billion Key Company Metrics Locations Served § Restaurants Suppliers Products Associates § Hospitality § Schools 10,000+ 500,000+ 22,000+ § Hospitals § Theatres § Retailers Distribution Customers § Business and industry locations Centers Vehicles Locations § Convenience stores 117 5,500+ 280,000+ Note: Metrics do not include recently announced Core-Mark deal. 1. Source: Equity Research. 2. Source: Convenience Store News; excludes fuel distribution sales. 3. Market Cap and Enterprise Value as of 09-Jun-21. Jefferies 2021 5 4. See Appendix. Performance Food Group at a Glance LTM Mar-21 (4) Adj. EBIDTA LTM Mar-21 Sales § Second largest food distributor in the U.S. $27 $418 (1) § Participates in the growing $311bn foodservice distribution industry as well as the billion million (2) ~$110bn C-Store distribution industry (3) (3) Market Cap Enterprise Value § Serves a diverse mix of customers across a broad variety of food-away-from-home ~$7 ~$9 concepts billion billion Key Company Metrics Locations Served § Restaurants Suppliers Products Associates § Hospitality § Schools 10,000+ 500,000+ 22,000+ § Hospitals § Theatres § Retailers Distribution Customers § Business and industry locations Centers Vehicles Locations § Convenience stores 117 5,500+ 280,000+ Note: Metrics do not include recently announced Core-Mark deal. 1. Source: Equity Research. 2. Source: Convenience Store News; excludes fuel distribution sales. 3. Market Cap and Enterprise Value as of 09-Jun-21. Jefferies 2021 5 4. See Appendix.


Attractive Industry Fundamentals § PFG operates in the $311 billion U.S. food service Food-Away-From-Home Market Size distribution industry ($ in billions) ― Supplies the $969 billion food-away-from-home industry § Scaling in the ~$110 billion C-Store distribution industry § Demographic fundamentals are favorable ― C-Store inside sales have experienced sustained growth throughout COVID-19 2019 Foodservice Distribution Market U.S. C-Store Inside Sales Market Size § The U.S. foodservice distribution industry consists of four ($ in billions) categories of distributors: ― Broadline distributors ― National distributors ― Specialized distributors ― Cash-and-carry centers where customers come to pick-up their orders Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Convenience Store News, NACS, Equity Research Jefferies 2021 6 Attractive Industry Fundamentals § PFG operates in the $311 billion U.S. food service Food-Away-From-Home Market Size distribution industry ($ in billions) ― Supplies the $969 billion food-away-from-home industry § Scaling in the ~$110 billion C-Store distribution industry § Demographic fundamentals are favorable ― C-Store inside sales have experienced sustained growth throughout COVID-19 2019 Foodservice Distribution Market U.S. C-Store Inside Sales Market Size § The U.S. foodservice distribution industry consists of four ($ in billions) categories of distributors: ― Broadline distributors ― National distributors ― Specialized distributors ― Cash-and-carry centers where customers come to pick-up their orders Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Convenience Store News, NACS, Equity Research Jefferies 2021 6


Leading Market Position Reflects Pro-Forma CY2019 revenue as if the acquisitions of Eby-Brown and Reinhart Foodservice had occurred as of December 30, 2018 (1) Estimated Revenues of Top U.S. Foodservice and U.S. Convenience Store Distributors (US$ in millions) Foodservice Distributor Convenience Store Distributor Diversified $420+ billion $50,458 ~$110 C-Store (2) $48,887 billion $45,774 Distribution $16,671 (3) $29,141 ~$311 Foodservice billion ~$15,500 Distribution $29,103 ~$4,000 ~$4,000 ~$3,500 ~$3,000 ~$2,500 ~$2,000 $1,592 $1,408 ~$1,000 ~$700 ~$700 ~$311 billion Total Company: Addressable Market Public Pro Forma Owner: Public Public Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Public Public Private Private Private Parent Entity Source: Technomic, CSN, company filings, street research, other public sources 1. Reflects 2019 financials for current market landscape. 2. Excludes International Foodservice Operations. 3. Reflects Pro Forma CY2019 revenue as if the acquisitions of Smart Foodservice and the Food Group had occurred as of December 30, 2018. Jefferies 2021 7 Leading Market Position Reflects Pro-Forma CY2019 revenue as if the acquisitions of Eby-Brown and Reinhart Foodservice had occurred as of December 30, 2018 (1) Estimated Revenues of Top U.S. Foodservice and U.S. Convenience Store Distributors (US$ in millions) Foodservice Distributor Convenience Store Distributor Diversified $420+ billion $50,458 ~$110 C-Store (2) $48,887 billion $45,774 Distribution $16,671 (3) $29,141 ~$311 Foodservice billion ~$15,500 Distribution $29,103 ~$4,000 ~$4,000 ~$3,500 ~$3,000 ~$2,500 ~$2,000 $1,592 $1,408 ~$1,000 ~$700 ~$700 ~$311 billion Total Company: Addressable Market Public Pro Forma Owner: Public Public Private Private Private Private Private Private Private Public Public Private Private Private Parent Entity Source: Technomic, CSN, company filings, street research, other public sources 1. Reflects 2019 financials for current market landscape. 2. Excludes International Foodservice Operations. 3. Reflects Pro Forma CY2019 revenue as if the acquisitions of Smart Foodservice and the Food Group had occurred as of December 30, 2018. Jefferies 2021 7


Customer-Centric Business Model Underpins Sustainable Growth (1) Net Revenue Growth Food Away from Home Market Size § Locally-based decision making and customer service to remain nimble at the point of PFG US Foods Sysco transaction 250% 233.5% 171.6% 200% 141.8% § Salespeople understand customers’ business 150% 105.4% 100% operations and economics 119.7% 103.9% 50% FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 LTM § Product assortment determined locally to reflect Mar-21 local customer preference (1) Adjusted EBITDA Growth § Partnering with suppliers to develop high quality PFG US Foods Sysco proprietary brands 197.4% 200% § Over 12,000 of our associates interact with 173.6% 142.0% 150% customers daily 100% 137.8% 76.5% 50% 63.5% 0% § Our incentivized sales associates receive FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 LTM Mar-21 extensive, ongoing product training Source: Company filings 1. PFG’s acquisitions of Eby-Brown and Reinhart and US Foods’ acquisitions of the Food Group and Smart Foodservice included in the results of financial operations since the respective dates of acquisition. Jefferies 2021 8 Customer-Centric Business Model Underpins Sustainable Growth (1) Net Revenue Growth Food Away from Home Market Size § Locally-based decision making and customer service to remain nimble at the point of PFG US Foods Sysco transaction 250% 233.5% 171.6% 200% 141.8% § Salespeople understand customers’ business 150% 105.4% 100% operations and economics 119.7% 103.9% 50% FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 LTM § Product assortment determined locally to reflect Mar-21 local customer preference (1) Adjusted EBITDA Growth § Partnering with suppliers to develop high quality PFG US Foods Sysco proprietary brands 197.4% 200% § Over 12,000 of our associates interact with 173.6% 142.0% 150% customers daily 100% 137.8% 76.5% 50% 63.5% 0% § Our incentivized sales associates receive FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 LTM Mar-21 extensive, ongoing product training Source: Company filings 1. PFG’s acquisitions of Eby-Brown and Reinhart and US Foods’ acquisitions of the Food Group and Smart Foodservice included in the results of financial operations since the respective dates of acquisition. Jefferies 2021 8


Proven Ability to Grow Most Profitable Customers, Brands and Products Independent Foodservice Mix Sales Strategy § Focus on selling to our most profitable customers (Independent locations) and selling our most profitable brands (Performance 33.6% Brands) 25.6% § Higher Performance Brand sales drive higher Independent sales and vice versa § Drive higher supplier rebates and better cost of goods FY2013 FY2020 § Drive higher commission and incentivized sales force (1) Performance Brand Mix of Independent Customer and Brand Profitability Comparison Customer Profitability Brand Profitability 47.3% 37.5% Multi-Unit Independent Multi-Unit Independent Margin / Case Margin / Case Margin / Case Margin / Case FY2013 FY2020 1. Represents YTD through fiscal week 48 (May-21) financials. Jefferies 2021 9 Proven Ability to Grow Most Profitable Customers, Brands and Products Independent Foodservice Mix Sales Strategy § Focus on selling to our most profitable customers (Independent locations) and selling our most profitable brands (Performance 33.6% Brands) 25.6% § Higher Performance Brand sales drive higher Independent sales and vice versa § Drive higher supplier rebates and better cost of goods FY2013 FY2020 § Drive higher commission and incentivized sales force (1) Performance Brand Mix of Independent Customer and Brand Profitability Comparison Customer Profitability Brand Profitability 47.3% 37.5% Multi-Unit Independent Multi-Unit Independent Margin / Case Margin / Case Margin / Case Margin / Case FY2013 FY2020 1. Represents YTD through fiscal week 48 (May-21) financials. Jefferies 2021 9


PFG Segment Overview (2) PFG Operating Segments Pre-COVID Business Mix Net Sales § One of the largest broadline distributors by net sales in the U.S. Vistar § A leading distributor to independent pizzerias in 32% the U.S. § Over $3.9bn sales of proprietary Performance (1) Brands consisting of 22,000+ SKUs § Also a leading distributor to the family and Performance casual dining channel, with distribution centers Foodservice that provide tailored supply chain solutions to our 68% customers (3) EBITDA § A leading distributor with 45,000 SKUs of candy, snacks, and other items: ― Vending distributors Vistar ― Office coffee distributors 30% ― Theatres, stadiums, and arenas ― Retail impulse ― Hospitality ― College bookstores Performance Foodservice ― Convenience stores 70% ― Collections 1. Represents YTD through fiscal week 48 (May-21) across all customer classes. 2. Represents LTM Dec-19 and excludes Corporate and All Other and Intersegment Eliminations. 3. Excludes Corporate & All Other. Jefferies 2021 10 PFG Segment Overview (2) PFG Operating Segments Pre-COVID Business Mix Net Sales § One of the largest broadline distributors by net sales in the U.S. Vistar § A leading distributor to independent pizzerias in 32% the U.S. § Over $3.9bn sales of proprietary Performance (1) Brands consisting of 22,000+ SKUs § Also a leading distributor to the family and Performance casual dining channel, with distribution centers Foodservice that provide tailored supply chain solutions to our 68% customers (3) EBITDA § A leading distributor with 45,000 SKUs of candy, snacks, and other items: ― Vending distributors Vistar ― Office coffee distributors 30% ― Theatres, stadiums, and arenas ― Retail impulse ― Hospitality ― College bookstores Performance Foodservice ― Convenience stores 70% ― Collections 1. Represents YTD through fiscal week 48 (May-21) across all customer classes. 2. Represents LTM Dec-19 and excludes Corporate and All Other and Intersegment Eliminations. 3. Excludes Corporate & All Other. Jefferies 2021 10


PFG has a Long Standing Track Record of Delivering Consistent Growth Track Record of Net Sales Growth ü Category leader in an attractive industry ($ in billions) $42 ü Customer-centric business model with local decision making $25 – Driving consistent market share gains, new customer wins $20 $18 $17 $16 $15 $14 $13 and further channel expansion $12 ü Operation excellence and size benefits enable strong profit growth 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2020PF PFG PF Core-Mark ü Substantial runway to sustain strong organic growth Strong Adj. EBITDA Growth and Consistent Margin Profile ($ in millions) $601 $476 $406 $427 $367 $391 $329 $286 $271 $241 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2020PF PFG PF Core-Mark Source: Company filings Note: Fiscal Year Ended June 30. Jefferies 2021 11 PFG has a Long Standing Track Record of Delivering Consistent Growth Track Record of Net Sales Growth ü Category leader in an attractive industry ($ in billions) $42 ü Customer-centric business model with local decision making $25 – Driving consistent market share gains, new customer wins $20 $18 $17 $16 $15 $14 $13 and further channel expansion $12 ü Operation excellence and size benefits enable strong profit growth 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2020PF PFG PF Core-Mark ü Substantial runway to sustain strong organic growth Strong Adj. EBITDA Growth and Consistent Margin Profile ($ in millions) $601 $476 $406 $427 $367 $391 $329 $286 $271 $241 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2020PF PFG PF Core-Mark Source: Company filings Note: Fiscal Year Ended June 30. Jefferies 2021 11


PFG Leadership Flexed Different Levers to Manage through Uncertain Environment Managed COVID volatility in Q4'20 through Experienced strong COVID recovery Q3'21 - Net Sales Q2'21(Mar-20 through Dec-20): current (2021 YTD): ü Protect the balance sheet ü Prepare for growth ($ millions) 2019-2020 2020-2021 ― Ensure liquidity ― Rebuild workforce % y-o-y (2.1%) 12.9% 12.8% 2.9% ― Working capital management ― Retain share gains change ― Micro-manage AR ― Expand capacity to support $7,203 $7,047 $7,001 $6,845 ü Stabilize the business growth $6,243 $6,069 $5,899 $5,774 ― Right size labor force ü Capitalize on strengths ― Cost management ― Understand and invest in faster ― Customer Management recovering channels to support ü Protect market share lagging recovery of some Vistar ― Retain sales force channels Q4'19 Q4'20 Q1'20 Q1'21 Q2'20 Q2'21 Q3'20 Q3'21 ― Closely manage supply chain ― Build on momentum to unleash infrastructure broadline salesforce to capture ― Adjust inventory and product additional share as restrictions lift offering ― Capture benefit of integrated Eby Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Brown and Reinhart businesses ― (1) Gross Profit Adjusted EBITDA ($ millions) ($ millions) 2019-2020 2020-2021 2019-2020 2020-2021 % y-o-y % y-o-y change (8.7%) 14.6% 14.0% 3.1% (97.6%) 5.9% 10.6% (7.6)% change $833 $816 $811 $808 $158 $157 $711 $711 $700 $143 $135 $639 $131 $128 $121 Q4'19 Q4'20 Q1'20 Q1'21 Q2'20 Q2'21 Q3'20 Q3'21 Q4'19 Q4'20 Q1'20 Q1'21 Q2'20 Q2'21 Q3'20 Q3'21 $4 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 1. See Appendix. Jefferies 2021 12 PFG Leadership Flexed Different Levers to Manage through Uncertain Environment Managed COVID volatility in Q4'20 through Experienced strong COVID recovery Q3'21 - Net Sales Q2'21(Mar-20 through Dec-20): current (2021 YTD): ü Protect the balance sheet ü Prepare for growth ($ millions) 2019-2020 2020-2021 ― Ensure liquidity ― Rebuild workforce % y-o-y (2.1%) 12.9% 12.8% 2.9% ― Working capital management ― Retain share gains change ― Micro-manage AR ― Expand capacity to support $7,203 $7,047 $7,001 $6,845 ü Stabilize the business growth $6,243 $6,069 $5,899 $5,774 ― Right size labor force ü Capitalize on strengths ― Cost management ― Understand and invest in faster ― Customer Management recovering channels to support ü Protect market share lagging recovery of some Vistar ― Retain sales force channels Q4'19 Q4'20 Q1'20 Q1'21 Q2'20 Q2'21 Q3'20 Q3'21 ― Closely manage supply chain ― Build on momentum to unleash infrastructure broadline salesforce to capture ― Adjust inventory and product additional share as restrictions lift offering ― Capture benefit of integrated Eby Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Brown and Reinhart businesses ― (1) Gross Profit Adjusted EBITDA ($ millions) ($ millions) 2019-2020 2020-2021 2019-2020 2020-2021 % y-o-y % y-o-y change (8.7%) 14.6% 14.0% 3.1% (97.6%) 5.9% 10.6% (7.6)% change $833 $816 $811 $808 $158 $157 $711 $711 $700 $143 $135 $639 $131 $128 $121 Q4'19 Q4'20 Q1'20 Q1'21 Q2'20 Q2'21 Q3'20 Q3'21 Q4'19 Q4'20 Q1'20 Q1'21 Q2'20 Q2'21 Q3'20 Q3'21 $4 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 1. See Appendix. Jefferies 2021 12


Performance Brands are a Key Strategic Initiative Umbrella Brands – Tiered Strategy § Proprietary brands are a key competitive advantage in the industry Broadline Roma ― Performance Brands include exclusive products offered across a wide variety of over 22,000 SKUs ― PFG generated $3.9 billion in sales of proprietary Performance Brands in FYTD May-21 § PFG introduced 266 total SKUs in FY2020; 23 in new brand launches and 243 SKUs in existing brands Strategic Brands § Chefs demand PFG’s Performance Brands and recognize the quality and specifications they bring to the table § Additional value creation potential from improving Reinhart’s proprietary brand penetration across all channels Jefferies 2021 13 Performance Brands are a Key Strategic Initiative Umbrella Brands – Tiered Strategy § Proprietary brands are a key competitive advantage in the industry Broadline Roma ― Performance Brands include exclusive products offered across a wide variety of over 22,000 SKUs ― PFG generated $3.9 billion in sales of proprietary Performance Brands in FYTD May-21 § PFG introduced 266 total SKUs in FY2020; 23 in new brand launches and 243 SKUs in existing brands Strategic Brands § Chefs demand PFG’s Performance Brands and recognize the quality and specifications they bring to the table § Additional value creation potential from improving Reinhart’s proprietary brand penetration across all channels Jefferies 2021 13


Coverage slide Update on the Reinhart and Eby-Brown acquisitions – both performance and integration. Focus on how they exceeded target expectations that were initially guided to (both from a timing perspective as well as performance) Eby-Brown and Reinhart Investments have Outperformed Expectations § Eby-Brown provided a successful entry into c-store distribution § Reinhart represented an acquisition in the Foodservice segment − Closed acquisition April 29, 2019 − Closed acquisition on December 30, 2019 − Enabled PFG to strategically expand in the fast-growing − Positioned PFG as one of the largest distributors in the U.S. convenience store channel − Enhanced attractive customer base and product offerings − Provided key channel diversification during COVID § Since the announcement of the transaction, Reinhart has § Eby-Brown continues to operate the majority of its operations demonstrated solid results independently − Successfully completed business integration § Since the announcement of the transaction, Eby-Brown has − Well on track to achieve $50 million in projected cost synergies demonstrated solid results − Completed transition services agreement with Reinhart − 2-year integration completed ahead of schedule − Capitalized on learnings from front office and IT operations − Successfully opened and are currently shipping from two new distribution centers in the southeast to service the c-store channel Jefferies 2021 14 Coverage slide Update on the Reinhart and Eby-Brown acquisitions – both performance and integration. Focus on how they exceeded target expectations that were initially guided to (both from a timing perspective as well as performance) Eby-Brown and Reinhart Investments have Outperformed Expectations § Eby-Brown provided a successful entry into c-store distribution § Reinhart represented an acquisition in the Foodservice segment − Closed acquisition April 29, 2019 − Closed acquisition on December 30, 2019 − Enabled PFG to strategically expand in the fast-growing − Positioned PFG as one of the largest distributors in the U.S. convenience store channel − Enhanced attractive customer base and product offerings − Provided key channel diversification during COVID § Since the announcement of the transaction, Reinhart has § Eby-Brown continues to operate the majority of its operations demonstrated solid results independently − Successfully completed business integration § Since the announcement of the transaction, Eby-Brown has − Well on track to achieve $50 million in projected cost synergies demonstrated solid results − Completed transition services agreement with Reinhart − 2-year integration completed ahead of schedule − Capitalized on learnings from front office and IT operations − Successfully opened and are currently shipping from two new distribution centers in the southeast to service the c-store channel Jefferies 2021 14


Core-Mark Overview Jefferies 2021 15 Core-Mark Overview Jefferies 2021 15


Core-Mark Strategic Rationale § Expands geographic reach, market diversification, and overall scale ― Enhances PFG’s distribution platform and C-Store opportunities ― Combined LTM net sales of ~$44 billion § Complementary customer-centric operating models ― Consistent go-to-market approach with selling cultures focused on customer success § Enhances attractive customer base and product offerings ― Convenience channel is an attractive opportunity and builds on Eby-Brown ― Combined portfolio of brands broadens PFG’s offering, particularly in Fresh § Significant synergy opportunities rd ― Estimated $40 million in run-rate net cost synergies in the 3 year ― Identified significant net cost synergies primarily from a combination of procurement, warehouse and route consolidation and SG&A reduction § Compelling financial impact ― The transaction is expected to be accretive to Adjusted Diluted EPS in the first full fiscal year following the close, not including expected synergies § Brings together the best talent in convenience ― Strong leadership and high-caliber associates complement Eby-Brown’s talented team ― Aligned culture supports collaboration and continuing innovation Jefferies 2021 16 16 Core-Mark Strategic Rationale § Expands geographic reach, market diversification, and overall scale ― Enhances PFG’s distribution platform and C-Store opportunities ― Combined LTM net sales of ~$44 billion § Complementary customer-centric operating models ― Consistent go-to-market approach with selling cultures focused on customer success § Enhances attractive customer base and product offerings ― Convenience channel is an attractive opportunity and builds on Eby-Brown ― Combined portfolio of brands broadens PFG’s offering, particularly in Fresh § Significant synergy opportunities rd ― Estimated $40 million in run-rate net cost synergies in the 3 year ― Identified significant net cost synergies primarily from a combination of procurement, warehouse and route consolidation and SG&A reduction § Compelling financial impact ― The transaction is expected to be accretive to Adjusted Diluted EPS in the first full fiscal year following the close, not including expected synergies § Brings together the best talent in convenience ― Strong leadership and high-caliber associates complement Eby-Brown’s talented team ― Aligned culture supports collaboration and continuing innovation Jefferies 2021 16 16


PFG’s Track Record in M&A: Benefits External Stakeholders Internal Stakeholders ALIGNED TO MARKET § Adding great talent DYNAMICS GROWTH ORIENTED Insights-driven Opportunistic Geographic § More career opportunities Customer-centric expansion Channel growth Scale M&A § Cultural alignment Approach § Learning from each other CLEAR STRATEGIC FIT Financially disciplined Operational upside Culturally compatible Jefferies 2021 17 17 PFG’s Track Record in M&A: Benefits External Stakeholders Internal Stakeholders ALIGNED TO MARKET § Adding great talent DYNAMICS GROWTH ORIENTED Insights-driven Opportunistic Geographic § More career opportunities Customer-centric expansion Channel growth Scale M&A § Cultural alignment Approach § Learning from each other CLEAR STRATEGIC FIT Financially disciplined Operational upside Culturally compatible Jefferies 2021 17 17


(1) PFG and Core-Mark, Pro-forma Highlights What Core-Mark Brings to PFG LTM Mar-21 Sales US$MM ~$17,000 ~$43,800 § Scale and Geographic Reach § Channel Diversification § Customer base and product offering Vistar § Talent and cultural fit + Core-Mark: ~$26,900 ~$24,700 § Opportunities for efficiency and cross-selling Core-Mark LTM Sales $7.7BN $17.0BN Vistar Channels Vending, Convenience, Convenience, Theatres, and others Key Player PFG SKUs ~45,000 ~60,000 Foodservice Locations Served ~90,000 ~40,000 Countries Served US US, Canada 1. Source: PFG & Core-Mark filings, public presentations. Jefferies 2021 18 (1) PFG and Core-Mark, Pro-forma Highlights What Core-Mark Brings to PFG LTM Mar-21 Sales US$MM ~$17,000 ~$43,800 § Scale and Geographic Reach § Channel Diversification § Customer base and product offering Vistar § Talent and cultural fit + Core-Mark: ~$26,900 ~$24,700 § Opportunities for efficiency and cross-selling Core-Mark LTM Sales $7.7BN $17.0BN Vistar Channels Vending, Convenience, Convenience, Theatres, and others Key Player PFG SKUs ~45,000 ~60,000 Foodservice Locations Served ~90,000 ~40,000 Countries Served US US, Canada 1. Source: PFG & Core-Mark filings, public presentations. Jefferies 2021 18


Core-Mark Snapshot Business Description § One of the largest wholesale distributors to the convenience retail industry in North America with $17 (1) billion in net sales and $211 million in Adj. EBITDA in the LTM period § Services approximately 40,000 customer locations in all 50 states in the U.S., five Canadian provinces and two Canadian territories § Product categories include cigarettes, food, other tobacco products, candy, health and beauty care products, fresh, and beverages § Operates 32 distribution centers with 7,500 employees (2) (2) Sales Mix By Product Sales Mix By Segment Gross Profit Breakdown Beverages Health, Beauty & Fresh Canada 1% 4% General ~10% Cigarettes 6% 26% Candy 7% Other Tobacco Products Cigarettes 8% 62% Food 11% Food/Non-food United States 74% ~90% 1. LTM Mar-21 Net Sales includes $3.3 billion excise taxes. 2. LTM Mar-21 Product and Segment Mixes exclude $3.3 billion excise taxes. Jefferies 2021 19 19 Core-Mark Snapshot Business Description § One of the largest wholesale distributors to the convenience retail industry in North America with $17 (1) billion in net sales and $211 million in Adj. EBITDA in the LTM period § Services approximately 40,000 customer locations in all 50 states in the U.S., five Canadian provinces and two Canadian territories § Product categories include cigarettes, food, other tobacco products, candy, health and beauty care products, fresh, and beverages § Operates 32 distribution centers with 7,500 employees (2) (2) Sales Mix By Product Sales Mix By Segment Gross Profit Breakdown Beverages Health, Beauty & Fresh Canada 1% 4% General ~10% Cigarettes 6% 26% Candy 7% Other Tobacco Products Cigarettes 8% 62% Food 11% Food/Non-food United States 74% ~90% 1. LTM Mar-21 Net Sales includes $3.3 billion excise taxes. 2. LTM Mar-21 Product and Segment Mixes exclude $3.3 billion excise taxes. Jefferies 2021 19 19


Geographic Reach: Core-Mark Enhances Presence Geographic Benefits § Strengthens Western US § Enhances South § Entry into Canada Customer Benefits § Leverage combined portfolio to enhance offering to customers § Improved network efficiency PFG Headquarters and increased scale Performance Foodservice Vistar Headquarters Vistar Eby-Brown Headquarters Eby-Brown Core-Mark Headquarters Core-Mark Distribution Centers Jefferies 2021 20 20 Geographic Reach: Core-Mark Enhances Presence Geographic Benefits § Strengthens Western US § Enhances South § Entry into Canada Customer Benefits § Leverage combined portfolio to enhance offering to customers § Improved network efficiency PFG Headquarters and increased scale Performance Foodservice Vistar Headquarters Vistar Eby-Brown Headquarters Eby-Brown Core-Mark Headquarters Core-Mark Distribution Centers Jefferies 2021 20 20


Convenience Store Opportunity Landscape (1) Store Composite Largest Operators Key Players (# of Stores) 501+ Stores 9364 20% 5933 201-500 Stores 3900 4% 153,000 2181 1679 51-200 Stores 1489 1272 Total C-Stores 1017 942 880 5% 1-10 Stores 64% 11-50 Stores 7% Acquired Convenience Store Distribution Opportunity All Other $55bn 10% § “Inside Sales” to end consumers at convenience stores Commissary Candy 5% represented a $250+ billion dollar industry in 2019 6% Frozen Dispensed Beverages 3% Cigarettes 9% Cold Dispensed Beverages Salty Snacks § Foodservice offerings represent the highest margin subsegment of 31% 4% 18% “inside sales” totaling ~$55 billion Hot Dispensed Beverages Beer $252bn § Distribution of “inside sales” products represents a ~$110 billion 6% Total Industry industry Inside Sales Other Tobacco Products Prepared Food 63% 8% ~$110 billion Foodservice Packaged Total Addressable C-Store Distribution Market 22% Beverages 16% Source: NACS State of the Industry, CSP Daily News 1. As of December 31, 2019. Jefferies 2021 21 Convenience Store Opportunity Landscape (1) Store Composite Largest Operators Key Players (# of Stores) 501+ Stores 9364 20% 5933 201-500 Stores 3900 4% 153,000 2181 1679 51-200 Stores 1489 1272 Total C-Stores 1017 942 880 5% 1-10 Stores 64% 11-50 Stores 7% Acquired Convenience Store Distribution Opportunity All Other $55bn 10% § “Inside Sales” to end consumers at convenience stores Commissary Candy 5% represented a $250+ billion dollar industry in 2019 6% Frozen Dispensed Beverages 3% Cigarettes 9% Cold Dispensed Beverages Salty Snacks § Foodservice offerings represent the highest margin subsegment of 31% 4% 18% “inside sales” totaling ~$55 billion Hot Dispensed Beverages Beer $252bn § Distribution of “inside sales” products represents a ~$110 billion 6% Total Industry industry Inside Sales Other Tobacco Products Prepared Food 63% 8% ~$110 billion Foodservice Packaged Total Addressable C-Store Distribution Market 22% Beverages 16% Source: NACS State of the Industry, CSP Daily News 1. As of December 31, 2019. Jefferies 2021 21


Provides National Platform to Pursue Foodservice Sales into the C-store End Channel... Coverage slide (1) Total U.S. Convenience Store Foodservice Sales and Forecast at Current Prices, 2015-2025 Opportunity for the business ($ in billions) around the C-store channel. $61 $59 $58 $56 $55 $54 Wants to be able to show the $54 $53 $51 $50 $48 stability of the business, as well as discuss the growth opportunity go-forward – p. 26 of Nov + drivers of growth coming out of COVID slide 2? 2015A-2019A CAGR: +3.6% 2020E-2025E CAGR: +4.1% 2015A 2016A 2017A 2018A 2019A 2020E 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E 2019 Foodservice Sales Mix and Gross Margin in C-Stores by Category: 2019 Summary 2019 Sales Mix 2019 Gross Margin § In 2019, C-Store Foodservice sales were $55 billion, $35 billion of which was 5.2% Prepared Food 54.5% prepared food 5.7% Hot Dispensed § The biggest category of growth was Hot Dispensed Beverages, which 63.0% 8.7% Beverages grew at 5.3% Cold Dispensed 47.4% Beverages § Foodservice represented 22% of inside sales, but 35% of inside gross profit Frozen Dispensed 17.7% 56.7% § Due to pandemic restrictions and protocol, C-Store Foodservice declined Beverages as a % of in-store gross profit dollars, but operators are expected to Commissary 30.3% refocus on foodservice as restrictions subside 62.6% Total 54.3% C-Store foodservice sales are expected to grow at a 4.1% CAGR over the next five years, in line with historical market growth Source: NACS, Mintel, other public sources 1. Historical data per NACS; forecast CAGR per Mintel Convenience Store Foodservice U.S., Feb-21. Mintel CAGR applied to NACS historical actuals. Jefferies 2021 22 Provides National Platform to Pursue Foodservice Sales into the C-store End Channel... Coverage slide (1) Total U.S. Convenience Store Foodservice Sales and Forecast at Current Prices, 2015-2025 Opportunity for the business ($ in billions) around the C-store channel. $61 $59 $58 $56 $55 $54 Wants to be able to show the $54 $53 $51 $50 $48 stability of the business, as well as discuss the growth opportunity go-forward – p. 26 of Nov + drivers of growth coming out of COVID slide 2? 2015A-2019A CAGR: +3.6% 2020E-2025E CAGR: +4.1% 2015A 2016A 2017A 2018A 2019A 2020E 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E 2019 Foodservice Sales Mix and Gross Margin in C-Stores by Category: 2019 Summary 2019 Sales Mix 2019 Gross Margin § In 2019, C-Store Foodservice sales were $55 billion, $35 billion of which was 5.2% Prepared Food 54.5% prepared food 5.7% Hot Dispensed § The biggest category of growth was Hot Dispensed Beverages, which 63.0% 8.7% Beverages grew at 5.3% Cold Dispensed 47.4% Beverages § Foodservice represented 22% of inside sales, but 35% of inside gross profit Frozen Dispensed 17.7% 56.7% § Due to pandemic restrictions and protocol, C-Store Foodservice declined Beverages as a % of in-store gross profit dollars, but operators are expected to Commissary 30.3% refocus on foodservice as restrictions subside 62.6% Total 54.3% C-Store foodservice sales are expected to grow at a 4.1% CAGR over the next five years, in line with historical market growth Source: NACS, Mintel, other public sources 1. Historical data per NACS; forecast CAGR per Mintel Convenience Store Foodservice U.S., Feb-21. Mintel CAGR applied to NACS historical actuals. Jefferies 2021 22


…with Significant Tailwinds Post-COVID 58% 51% 30% While post-COVID performance continues to be discussed, potential c- Of Operators will Of Operators will Of Operators will store foodservice tailwinds include an increased focus on heightened Emphasize Focus on More Focus on Ready- spending and increased demand for consumer convenience Prepared Fresh Prepared to-Heat Meals Foodservice Meals Key Trends Shaping the Future of C-Store Foodservice Prepared / Ready to New Options Made-to-Order Delivery Partner Heat Meals and Flavors l Ability to create brand identity l Retailers have expanded grab l Many retailers have l Launched to facilitate and offer exclusive products & go services throughout the revamped menus with business during the pandemic pandemic product introductions l Ability to service convenience l Generally higher margin l Opportunity to drive higher l Piloted roll-outs of to the evolving consumer that business average ticket size international or localized is driven by an on-demand cuisine culture l Offers convenience that l Drives consumer traffic and transcends demographics as l 63% of consumers want c-l On trend service as consumers repeat business c-stores seek to become a stores to broaden healthy place a growing emphasis on (1) one-stop shopping destination food options , which has the home for all consumers driven retailers to incorporate healthy & plant-based options Source: NACS, Technomic, other public sources 1. Source: Technomic. Jefferies 2021 23 …with Significant Tailwinds Post-COVID 58% 51% 30% While post-COVID performance continues to be discussed, potential c- Of Operators will Of Operators will Of Operators will store foodservice tailwinds include an increased focus on heightened Emphasize Focus on More Focus on Ready- spending and increased demand for consumer convenience Prepared Fresh Prepared to-Heat Meals Foodservice Meals Key Trends Shaping the Future of C-Store Foodservice Prepared / Ready to New Options Made-to-Order Delivery Partner Heat Meals and Flavors l Ability to create brand identity l Retailers have expanded grab l Many retailers have l Launched to facilitate and offer exclusive products & go services throughout the revamped menus with business during the pandemic pandemic product introductions l Ability to service convenience l Generally higher margin l Opportunity to drive higher l Piloted roll-outs of to the evolving consumer that business average ticket size international or localized is driven by an on-demand cuisine culture l Offers convenience that l Drives consumer traffic and transcends demographics as l 63% of consumers want c-l On trend service as consumers repeat business c-stores seek to become a stores to broaden healthy place a growing emphasis on (1) one-stop shopping destination food options , which has the home for all consumers driven retailers to incorporate healthy & plant-based options Source: NACS, Technomic, other public sources 1. Source: Technomic. Jefferies 2021 23


Core-Mark Acquisition Expected to be Accretive to PFG Platform (Pre-COVID Financials Pro-Forma as of LTM Dec-19 ) (2) Adj. EBITDA - CapEx $406mm $162mm $568mm (1) (% Conversion) 76.0% 84.9% 78.3% The acquisition of Core- Mark is expected to (3) ROIC ~8% ~11% ~9% increase EBITDA by 36% and be accretive to the PFG platform (2) Adj. EBITDA $534mm $191mm $725mm Source: Company filings (1) Defined as (Adj. EBITDA – CapEx)/ Adj. EBITDA. (2) Reflects reported Adjusted EBITDA which includes the results of operations of Eby-Brown since the date of acquisition and excludes Reinhart. (3) Defined as NOPAT / Average (of beginning and ending balances) Invested Capital (book value of equity plus long term debt). Jefferies 2021 24 Core-Mark Acquisition Expected to be Accretive to PFG Platform (Pre-COVID Financials Pro-Forma as of LTM Dec-19 ) (2) Adj. EBITDA - CapEx $406mm $162mm $568mm (1) (% Conversion) 76.0% 84.9% 78.3% The acquisition of Core- Mark is expected to (3) ROIC ~8% ~11% ~9% increase EBITDA by 36% and be accretive to the PFG platform (2) Adj. EBITDA $534mm $191mm $725mm Source: Company filings (1) Defined as (Adj. EBITDA – CapEx)/ Adj. EBITDA. (2) Reflects reported Adjusted EBITDA which includes the results of operations of Eby-Brown since the date of acquisition and excludes Reinhart. (3) Defined as NOPAT / Average (of beginning and ending balances) Invested Capital (book value of equity plus long term debt). Jefferies 2021 24


Synergies Overview • PFG has a history of successful acquisition integrations • Business functions analyzed during the diligence process included: Corporate, Buying/Procurement, Warehouse/Operations, and Trucking/Distribution rd • Synergies expected to be realized by the 3 full year post closing Estimated Total Net Cost Synergies ~$2.5mm ~$40mm ~$7.5mm ~$12.5mm ~$17.5mm Corporate Buying/Procurement Warehouse/Operations Trucking/Distribution Total Jefferies 2021 25 Synergies Overview • PFG has a history of successful acquisition integrations • Business functions analyzed during the diligence process included: Corporate, Buying/Procurement, Warehouse/Operations, and Trucking/Distribution rd • Synergies expected to be realized by the 3 full year post closing Estimated Total Net Cost Synergies ~$2.5mm ~$40mm ~$7.5mm ~$12.5mm ~$17.5mm Corporate Buying/Procurement Warehouse/Operations Trucking/Distribution Total Jefferies 2021 25


A Complementary Combination CONVENIENCE STORES SINGLE-SERVE & IMMEDIATE RESTAURANTS CONSUMPTION & CULINARY Jefferies 2021 26 A Complementary Combination CONVENIENCE STORES SINGLE-SERVE & IMMEDIATE RESTAURANTS CONSUMPTION & CULINARY Jefferies 2021 26


Early Stages of Driving Higher Margin Foodservice Sales into C-Store Channel Mar-19 Acquisition Rationale Integration Update § Ability to leverage legacy PFG expertise in ü With PFG backing, Eby was able to foodservice to offer unique products in expand service with new Florida and the fastest-growing segments of the North Carolina DC’s in December 2020 convenience industry ü Significant financial two-year CAGRs post- § Significant synergies to realize through acquisition crossover with suppliers and product ü EBITDA drivers include organic growth, categories, as well as drive growth of operating efficiencies and post- Performance Brands acquisition synergies § Opportunity to realize powerful cross- ü Foodservice and non-tobacco sales as a selling opportunities % of sales growing pre-COVID § Cannabidiol (CBD) infused products in candy, snack and beverages expected to grow exponentially with convenience channels picking up the bulk of sales § Seamless cultural fit with consumer-centric approach § Scalable SAP IT platform with the potential to aid Vistar as the Company evaluates retiring Vistar’s legacy IT systems Acquisition of Eby-Brown allowed Vistar to strategically expand into the c-store foodservice channel through organic growth as well as future disciplined roll-out opportunities Jefferies 2021 27 Early Stages of Driving Higher Margin Foodservice Sales into C-Store Channel Mar-19 Acquisition Rationale Integration Update § Ability to leverage legacy PFG expertise in ü With PFG backing, Eby was able to foodservice to offer unique products in expand service with new Florida and the fastest-growing segments of the North Carolina DC’s in December 2020 convenience industry ü Significant financial two-year CAGRs post- § Significant synergies to realize through acquisition crossover with suppliers and product ü EBITDA drivers include organic growth, categories, as well as drive growth of operating efficiencies and post- Performance Brands acquisition synergies § Opportunity to realize powerful cross- ü Foodservice and non-tobacco sales as a selling opportunities % of sales growing pre-COVID § Cannabidiol (CBD) infused products in candy, snack and beverages expected to grow exponentially with convenience channels picking up the bulk of sales § Seamless cultural fit with consumer-centric approach § Scalable SAP IT platform with the potential to aid Vistar as the Company evaluates retiring Vistar’s legacy IT systems Acquisition of Eby-Brown allowed Vistar to strategically expand into the c-store foodservice channel through organic growth as well as future disciplined roll-out opportunities Jefferies 2021 27


Key Takeaways ü PFG has a long standing track record of delivering consistent growth with strong momentum ü Acquisition of Core-Mark expands geographic reach and overall scale, enhancing PFG’s attractive customer base and product offerings; complimentary to Eby-Brown segment and further enables penetration of the fast growing convenience store channel ü Significant synergy opportunities with conservatively estimated $40 million in annual synergies, to start being fully realized by year three ü Ample liquidity and strong free cash flow generation should enable future opportunistic M&A Attractive Valuation Increases Enhances Expands Overall Customer Significant Accretive to Geographic Scale in C- Base and Net Cost Adjusted Reach Store Product Synergies Diluted EPS Distribution Offerings ü ü ü ü ü ü Jefferies 2021 28 Key Takeaways ü PFG has a long standing track record of delivering consistent growth with strong momentum ü Acquisition of Core-Mark expands geographic reach and overall scale, enhancing PFG’s attractive customer base and product offerings; complimentary to Eby-Brown segment and further enables penetration of the fast growing convenience store channel ü Significant synergy opportunities with conservatively estimated $40 million in annual synergies, to start being fully realized by year three ü Ample liquidity and strong free cash flow generation should enable future opportunistic M&A Attractive Valuation Increases Enhances Expands Overall Customer Significant Accretive to Geographic Scale in C- Base and Net Cost Adjusted Reach Store Product Synergies Diluted EPS Distribution Offerings ü ü ü ü ü ü Jefferies 2021 28


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Statement regarding non-GAAP financial measures • This presentation includes financial measures that are not calculated in accordance with GAAP, including Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA Margin, Free Cash Flow, Free Cash Flow Conversion and Adjusted Diluted EPS. Such measures are not recognized terms under GAAP, should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for net income or diluted EPS prepared in accordance with GAAP, and are not indicative of amounts as determined under GAAP. Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted Diluted EPS, Adjusted EBITDA Margin, Free Cash Flow, Free Cash Flow Conversion and other non-GAAP financial measures have limitations that should be considered before using these measures to evaluate the Company’s financial performance. Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA Margin, Free Cash Flow, Free Cash Flow Conversion and Adjusted Diluted EPS, as presented, may not be comparable to similarly titled measures of other companies because of varying methods of calculation. • Management uses Adjusted EBITDA, defined as net income before interest expense, interest income, income and franchise taxes, and depreciation and amortization, further adjusted to exclude certain items we do not consider part of our core operating results. Such adjustments include certain unusual, non-cash, non-recurring, cost reduction, and other adjustment items permitted in calculating covenant compliance under the Company’s credit agreement and indenture (other than certain pro forma adjustments permitted under our credit agreement and indenture relating to the Adjusted EBITDA contribution of acquired entities or businesses prior to the acquisition date). Under PFG’s credit agreement and indenture, the Company’s ability to engage in certain activities such as incurring certain additional indebtedness, making certain investments, and making restricted payments is tied to ratios based on Adjusted EBITDA (as defined in the credit agreement and indenture). • PFG believes that the presentation of Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted Diluted EPS is useful to investors because these metrics provide insight into underlying business trends and year-over-year results and are frequently used by securities analysts, investors, and other interested parties in their evaluation of the operating performance of companies in PFG’s industry. • The following tables include a reconciliation of non-GAAP financial measures to the applicable most comparable U.S. GAAP financial measures. Jefferies 2021 30 Statement regarding non-GAAP financial measures • This presentation includes financial measures that are not calculated in accordance with GAAP, including Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA Margin, Free Cash Flow, Free Cash Flow Conversion and Adjusted Diluted EPS. Such measures are not recognized terms under GAAP, should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for net income or diluted EPS prepared in accordance with GAAP, and are not indicative of amounts as determined under GAAP. Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted Diluted EPS, Adjusted EBITDA Margin, Free Cash Flow, Free Cash Flow Conversion and other non-GAAP financial measures have limitations that should be considered before using these measures to evaluate the Company’s financial performance. Adjusted EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA Margin, Free Cash Flow, Free Cash Flow Conversion and Adjusted Diluted EPS, as presented, may not be comparable to similarly titled measures of other companies because of varying methods of calculation. • Management uses Adjusted EBITDA, defined as net income before interest expense, interest income, income and franchise taxes, and depreciation and amortization, further adjusted to exclude certain items we do not consider part of our core operating results. Such adjustments include certain unusual, non-cash, non-recurring, cost reduction, and other adjustment items permitted in calculating covenant compliance under the Company’s credit agreement and indenture (other than certain pro forma adjustments permitted under our credit agreement and indenture relating to the Adjusted EBITDA contribution of acquired entities or businesses prior to the acquisition date). Under PFG’s credit agreement and indenture, the Company’s ability to engage in certain activities such as incurring certain additional indebtedness, making certain investments, and making restricted payments is tied to ratios based on Adjusted EBITDA (as defined in the credit agreement and indenture). • PFG believes that the presentation of Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted Diluted EPS is useful to investors because these metrics provide insight into underlying business trends and year-over-year results and are frequently used by securities analysts, investors, and other interested parties in their evaluation of the operating performance of companies in PFG’s industry. • The following tables include a reconciliation of non-GAAP financial measures to the applicable most comparable U.S. GAAP financial measures. Jefferies 2021 30


Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Performance Food Group (as of LTM Dec-19) Six Months Ended Fiscal Year Ended LTM Period Ended December 28, 2019 December 29, 2018 June 29, 2019 December 28, 2019 (In millions) Net income $ 7 7.3 $ 7 1.3 $ 166.8 $ 172.8 Interest expense 43.7 3 1.6 65.4 7 7.5 Income tax expense 23.2 20.2 5 1.5 5 4.5 Depreciation 6 9.0 5 4.4 1 16.2 130.8 Amortization of intangible assets 17.5 1 8.2 38.8 38.1 EBITDA 2 30.7 195.7 438.7 473.7 A Non-cash items 12.7 9 .6 19.8 2 2.9 B Acquisition, integration and reorganization 23.8 4.0 1 1.8 3 1.6 C Other adjustment items 3.4 3 .1 5.2 5 .5 Adjusted EBITDA $ 2 70.6 $ 2 12.4 $ 475.5 $ 533.7 Includes adjustments for non-cash charges arising from stock-based compensation, changes in the last-in, first-out (“LIFO”) reserves and gain/loss on disposal of assets. Stock-based A compensation cost was $8.8 million, $8.0 million, $15.7 million, and $16.5 million for 6 months ended Dec-19, 6 months ended Dec-18, fiscal 2019, and LTM period ended Dec-19, respectively Includes professional fees and other costs related to completed and abandoned acquisitions, costs of integrating certain of our facilities, facility closing costs, advisory fees paid to B former private equity holders, and offering fees Consists primarily of professional fees and related expenses associated with productivity initiatives, amounts related to fuel collar derivatives, certain financing transactions, lease C amendments, legal settlements and franchise tax expense, and other adjustments permitted by our credit agreement Jefferies 2021 31 31 Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Performance Food Group (as of LTM Dec-19) Six Months Ended Fiscal Year Ended LTM Period Ended December 28, 2019 December 29, 2018 June 29, 2019 December 28, 2019 (In millions) Net income $ 7 7.3 $ 7 1.3 $ 166.8 $ 172.8 Interest expense 43.7 3 1.6 65.4 7 7.5 Income tax expense 23.2 20.2 5 1.5 5 4.5 Depreciation 6 9.0 5 4.4 1 16.2 130.8 Amortization of intangible assets 17.5 1 8.2 38.8 38.1 EBITDA 2 30.7 195.7 438.7 473.7 A Non-cash items 12.7 9 .6 19.8 2 2.9 B Acquisition, integration and reorganization 23.8 4.0 1 1.8 3 1.6 C Other adjustment items 3.4 3 .1 5.2 5 .5 Adjusted EBITDA $ 2 70.6 $ 2 12.4 $ 475.5 $ 533.7 Includes adjustments for non-cash charges arising from stock-based compensation, changes in the last-in, first-out (“LIFO”) reserves and gain/loss on disposal of assets. Stock-based A compensation cost was $8.8 million, $8.0 million, $15.7 million, and $16.5 million for 6 months ended Dec-19, 6 months ended Dec-18, fiscal 2019, and LTM period ended Dec-19, respectively Includes professional fees and other costs related to completed and abandoned acquisitions, costs of integrating certain of our facilities, facility closing costs, advisory fees paid to B former private equity holders, and offering fees Consists primarily of professional fees and related expenses associated with productivity initiatives, amounts related to fuel collar derivatives, certain financing transactions, lease C amendments, legal settlements and franchise tax expense, and other adjustments permitted by our credit agreement Jefferies 2021 31 31


Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Performance Food Group (as of FYE Jun-20 and Historical) Fiscal year ended June 27, 2020 June 29, 2019 June 30, 2018 July 1, 2017 July 2, 2016 June 27, 2015 June 28, 2014 June 29, 2013 June 30, 2012 (In millions) Net (loss) income $ (114.1) $ 166.8 $ 198.7 $ 96.3 $ 6 8.3 $ 56.5 $ 1 5.5 $ 8.4 $ 21.0 Interest expense 116.9 65.4 60.4 5 4.9 8 3.9 85.7 86.1 9 3.9 76.3 Income tax (benefit) expense (108.1) 51.5 (5.1) 6 1.4 46.2 40.1 14.7 11.1 1 2.9 Depreciation and amortization of intangible assets 178.5 116.2 1 00.3 9 1.5 80.5 7 6.3 73.5 5 8.7 4 6.4 Amortization of intangible assets 9 7.8 3 8.8 2 9.8 3 4.6 38.1 45.0 5 9.2 6 1.3 5 5.9 EBITDA 171.0 438.7 3 84.1 338.7 3 17.0 303.6 2 49.0 233.4 2 12.5 A Non-cash items 2 4.8 1 9.8 2 3.2 1 8.8 18.2 2 .5 4 .8 1 .8 3.8 B Acquisition, integration and reorganization 1 82.8 1 1.8 5.0 1 7.3 9 .4 0 .4 11.3 2 2.9 1 3.0 C Productivity initiatives and other adjustment items 26.9 5.2 1 4.4 15.9 2 2.0 22.1 21.0 1 3.2 1 1.7 Adjusted EBITDA $ 405.5 $ 475.5 $ 426.7 $ 3 90.7 $ 3 66.6 $ 328.6 $ 2 86.1 $ 271.3 $ 2 41.0 A Includes adjustments for non-cash charges arising from stock-based compensation, changes in the last-in, first-out (“LIFO”) reserves and gain/loss on disposal of assets. Stock-based compensation cost was $17.9 million, $15.7 million, $21.6 million, $17.3 million, $17.2 million, $1.2 million, $0.7 million, $1.1 million, and $1.1 million for fiscal 2020, fiscal 2019, fiscal 2018, fiscal 2017, fiscal 2016, fiscal 2015, fiscal 2014, fiscal 2013, and fiscal 2012, respectively Includes professional fees and other costs related to completed and abandoned acquisitions, costs of integrating certain of our facilities, facility closing costs, advisory fees paid to B former private equity holders, and offering fees. Fiscal 2020 includes $108.6 million of contingent consideration accretion expense related to the acquisition of Eby-Brown and $9.3 million of costs related to information technology projects the Company is no longer pursuing as a result of the Reinhart acquisition. Fiscal 2015 includes a $25.0 million termination fee payment received related to the terminated agreement to acquire 11 US Foods facilities from Sysco and US Foods C Consists primarily of professional fees and related expenses associated with productivity initiatives, amounts related to fuel collar derivatives, certain financing transactions, lease amendments, legal settlements and franchise tax expense, and other adjustments permitted by our credit agreement. This line item includes development costs of $5.8 million for fiscal 2020 and $8.0 million for fiscal 2018 related to certain productivity initiatives the Company is no longer pursuing Jefferies 2021 32 32 Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Performance Food Group (as of FYE Jun-20 and Historical) Fiscal year ended June 27, 2020 June 29, 2019 June 30, 2018 July 1, 2017 July 2, 2016 June 27, 2015 June 28, 2014 June 29, 2013 June 30, 2012 (In millions) Net (loss) income $ (114.1) $ 166.8 $ 198.7 $ 96.3 $ 6 8.3 $ 56.5 $ 1 5.5 $ 8.4 $ 21.0 Interest expense 116.9 65.4 60.4 5 4.9 8 3.9 85.7 86.1 9 3.9 76.3 Income tax (benefit) expense (108.1) 51.5 (5.1) 6 1.4 46.2 40.1 14.7 11.1 1 2.9 Depreciation and amortization of intangible assets 178.5 116.2 1 00.3 9 1.5 80.5 7 6.3 73.5 5 8.7 4 6.4 Amortization of intangible assets 9 7.8 3 8.8 2 9.8 3 4.6 38.1 45.0 5 9.2 6 1.3 5 5.9 EBITDA 171.0 438.7 3 84.1 338.7 3 17.0 303.6 2 49.0 233.4 2 12.5 A Non-cash items 2 4.8 1 9.8 2 3.2 1 8.8 18.2 2 .5 4 .8 1 .8 3.8 B Acquisition, integration and reorganization 1 82.8 1 1.8 5.0 1 7.3 9 .4 0 .4 11.3 2 2.9 1 3.0 C Productivity initiatives and other adjustment items 26.9 5.2 1 4.4 15.9 2 2.0 22.1 21.0 1 3.2 1 1.7 Adjusted EBITDA $ 405.5 $ 475.5 $ 426.7 $ 3 90.7 $ 3 66.6 $ 328.6 $ 2 86.1 $ 271.3 $ 2 41.0 A Includes adjustments for non-cash charges arising from stock-based compensation, changes in the last-in, first-out (“LIFO”) reserves and gain/loss on disposal of assets. Stock-based compensation cost was $17.9 million, $15.7 million, $21.6 million, $17.3 million, $17.2 million, $1.2 million, $0.7 million, $1.1 million, and $1.1 million for fiscal 2020, fiscal 2019, fiscal 2018, fiscal 2017, fiscal 2016, fiscal 2015, fiscal 2014, fiscal 2013, and fiscal 2012, respectively Includes professional fees and other costs related to completed and abandoned acquisitions, costs of integrating certain of our facilities, facility closing costs, advisory fees paid to B former private equity holders, and offering fees. Fiscal 2020 includes $108.6 million of contingent consideration accretion expense related to the acquisition of Eby-Brown and $9.3 million of costs related to information technology projects the Company is no longer pursuing as a result of the Reinhart acquisition. Fiscal 2015 includes a $25.0 million termination fee payment received related to the terminated agreement to acquire 11 US Foods facilities from Sysco and US Foods C Consists primarily of professional fees and related expenses associated with productivity initiatives, amounts related to fuel collar derivatives, certain financing transactions, lease amendments, legal settlements and franchise tax expense, and other adjustments permitted by our credit agreement. This line item includes development costs of $5.8 million for fiscal 2020 and $8.0 million for fiscal 2018 related to certain productivity initiatives the Company is no longer pursuing Jefferies 2021 32 32


Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Performance Food Group (as of LTM Mar-21) Three Months Ended Three Months Ended Three Months Ended Three Months Ended LTM Period Ended June 27, June 29, September September December December March 27, March 28, March 27, 2021 2020 2019 26, 2020 28, 2019 26, 2020 28, 2019 2021 2020 (In millions) Net (loss) income $ (151.2) $ 63.2 $ ( 0.7) $ 36.1 $ 1 7.6 $ 4 1.2 $ (7.6) $ (40.2) $ (141.9) Interest expense 38.0 17.3 3 8.8 17.3 38.1 2 6.4 3 7.1 3 5.2 1 52.0 Income tax (benefit) expense (111.0) 19.9 (1.3) 1 0.1 7 .3 13.1 (4.5) ( 20.3) ( 109.5) Depreciation 60.2 3 2.5 52.8 3 3.9 54.9 35.1 5 0.7 49.3 2 18.6 Amortization of intangible assets 30.3 10.2 2 9.3 8 .8 29.3 8 .7 3 0.1 5 0.0 1 19.0 EBITDA ( 133.7) 143.1 1 18.9 1 06.2 147.2 1 24.5 1 05.8 74.0 238.2 A Non-cash items 6 ..0 6 .9 1 1.0 7 .0 7 .1 5.7 1 3.0 6 .1 3 7.1 B Acquisition, integration and reorganization 1 22.1 6 .5 4 .5 11.6 4 .9 1 2.2 3 .6 36.9 1 35.1 C Other adjustment items 9.4 0.5 0.8 2.9 (1.2) 0 .5 (1.2) 14.1 7.8 Adjusted EBITDA $ 3.8 $ 1 57.0 $ 135.2 $ 127.7 $ 1 58.0 $ 1 42.9 $ 1 21.2 $ 1 31.1 $ 418.2 A Includes adjustments for non-cash charges arising from stock-based compensation, changes in the last-in, first-out (“LIFO”) reserves and gain/loss on disposal of assets. Stock-based compensation cost was $3.9 million, $3.9 million, $4.7 million, $4.4 million, $7.6 million, $4.4 million, $7.0 million, $5.2 million, and $23.2 million for 3 months ended Jun-20, 3 months ended Jun-19, 3 months ended Sept-20, 3 months ended Sept-19, 3 months ended Dec-20, 3 months ended Dec-19, 3 months ended Mar-21, 3 months ended Mar-20, and LTM period ended Mar-21, respectively Includes professional fees and other costs related to completed and abandoned acquisitions, costs of integrating certain of our facilities, facility closing costs, advisory fees paid to B former private equity holders, and offering fees Consists primarily of professional fees and related expenses associated with productivity initiatives, amounts related to fuel collar derivatives, certain financing transactions, lease C amendments, legal settlements and franchise tax expense, and other adjustments permitted by our credit agreement Jefferies 2021 33 33 Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Performance Food Group (as of LTM Mar-21) Three Months Ended Three Months Ended Three Months Ended Three Months Ended LTM Period Ended June 27, June 29, September September December December March 27, March 28, March 27, 2021 2020 2019 26, 2020 28, 2019 26, 2020 28, 2019 2021 2020 (In millions) Net (loss) income $ (151.2) $ 63.2 $ ( 0.7) $ 36.1 $ 1 7.6 $ 4 1.2 $ (7.6) $ (40.2) $ (141.9) Interest expense 38.0 17.3 3 8.8 17.3 38.1 2 6.4 3 7.1 3 5.2 1 52.0 Income tax (benefit) expense (111.0) 19.9 (1.3) 1 0.1 7 .3 13.1 (4.5) ( 20.3) ( 109.5) Depreciation 60.2 3 2.5 52.8 3 3.9 54.9 35.1 5 0.7 49.3 2 18.6 Amortization of intangible assets 30.3 10.2 2 9.3 8 .8 29.3 8 .7 3 0.1 5 0.0 1 19.0 EBITDA ( 133.7) 143.1 1 18.9 1 06.2 147.2 1 24.5 1 05.8 74.0 238.2 A Non-cash items 6 .0 6 .9 1 1.0 7 .0 7 .1 5.7 1 3.0 6 .1 3 7.1 B Acquisition, integration and reorganization 1 22.1 6 .5 4 .5 11.6 4 .9 1 2.2 3 .6 36.9 1 35.1 C Other adjustment items 9.4 0.5 0.8 2.9 (1.2) 0 .5 (1.2) 14.1 7.8 Adjusted EBITDA $ 3.8 $ 1 57.0 $ 135.2 $ 127.7 $ 1 58.0 $ 1 42.9 $ 1 21.2 $ 1 31.1 $ 418.2 A Includes adjustments for non-cash charges arising from stock-based compensation, changes in the last-in, first-out (“LIFO”) reserves and gain/loss on disposal of assets. Stock-based compensation cost was $3.9 million, $3.9 million, $4.7 million, $4.4 million, $7.6 million, $4.4 million, $7.0 million, $5.2 million, and $23.2 million for 3 months ended Jun-20, 3 months ended Jun-19, 3 months ended Sept-20, 3 months ended Sept-19, 3 months ended Dec-20, 3 months ended Dec-19, 3 months ended Mar-21, 3 months ended Mar-20, and LTM period ended Mar-21, respectively Includes professional fees and other costs related to completed and abandoned acquisitions, costs of integrating certain of our facilities, facility closing costs, advisory fees paid to B former private equity holders, and offering fees Consists primarily of professional fees and related expenses associated with productivity initiatives, amounts related to fuel collar derivatives, certain financing transactions, lease C amendments, legal settlements and franchise tax expense, and other adjustments permitted by our credit agreement Jefferies 2021 33 33


Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Core-Mark (as of FYE Dec-19) EBITDA Non-GAAP Reconciliation Commentary Fiscal Year ended ($ in millions) 31-Dec-19 Net income $57.7 A Interest expense, net, is reported net of interest income. Interest expense, net 14.4 A Provision for income taxes 19.7 Depreciation & amortization 60.9 B Cigarette inventory holding gains were $23.0 million. LIFO expense 27.6 Stock-based compensation expense 9.6 Foreign currency transaction losses, net 0.8 C Candy inventory holding gains were $6.9 million. Adjusted EBITDA (Non-GAAP) $190.7 Diluted Earnings per Share Non-GAAP Reconciliation D Headquarters relocation expenses were $3.0 million. Fiscal Year ended ($ in millions, except share and per share data 31-Dec-19 Diluted EPS $1.25 LIFO expense 0.44 Legacy bad debt reserve of $2.0 million was recorded to reserve for the Diluted EPS excluding LIFO expense (Non-GAAP) $1.69 balance of un-reserved receivables pertaining to specific customers with E receivable balances exceeding twelve months past due and are no longer deemed collectable. Additional Items Impacting Diluted EPS: Cigarette inventory holding gains $0.37 B Candy inventory holding gains 0.11 C Headquarters relocation expenses (0.05) D Legacy bad debt expense (0.03) E F Foreign exchange losses were $0.8 million. Foreign exchange losses (0.01) F Jefferies 2021 34 Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Core-Mark (as of FYE Dec-19) EBITDA Non-GAAP Reconciliation Commentary Fiscal Year ended ($ in millions) 31-Dec-19 Net income $57.7 A Interest expense, net, is reported net of interest income. Interest expense, net 14.4 A Provision for income taxes 19.7 Depreciation & amortization 60.9 B Cigarette inventory holding gains were $23.0 million. LIFO expense 27.6 Stock-based compensation expense 9.6 Foreign currency transaction losses, net 0.8 C Candy inventory holding gains were $6.9 million. Adjusted EBITDA (Non-GAAP) $190.7 Diluted Earnings per Share Non-GAAP Reconciliation D Headquarters relocation expenses were $3.0 million. Fiscal Year ended ($ in millions, except share and per share data 31-Dec-19 Diluted EPS $1.25 LIFO expense 0.44 Legacy bad debt reserve of $2.0 million was recorded to reserve for the Diluted EPS excluding LIFO expense (Non-GAAP) $1.69 balance of un-reserved receivables pertaining to specific customers with E receivable balances exceeding twelve months past due and are no longer deemed collectable. Additional Items Impacting Diluted EPS: Cigarette inventory holding gains $0.37 B Candy inventory holding gains 0.11 C Headquarters relocation expenses (0.05) D Legacy bad debt expense (0.03) E F Foreign exchange losses were $0.8 million. Foreign exchange losses (0.01) F Jefferies 2021 34


Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Core-Mark (as of LTM Mar-21) EBITDA Non-GAAP Reconciliation Commentary LTM Period Ended ($ in millions) 31-Mar-21 Net income $67.4 A Interest expense, net, is reported net of interest income. Interest expense, net 10.1 A Provision for income taxes 20.9 Depreciation & amortization 68.3 B Cigarette inventory holding gains were $35.2 million. LIFO expense 33.4 Stock-based compensation expense 10.6 Foreign currency transaction losses, net 0.5 Adjusted EBITDA (Non-GAAP) $211.2 C Cigarette stamp holding gains were $8.3 million. Diluted Earnings per Share Non-GAAP Reconciliation LTM Period Ended ($ in millions, except share and per share data 31-Mar-21 Diluted EPS $1.50 OTP tax claim of $3.8 million recognized in the three months ended March LIFO expense 0.55 D 31, 2021, relates to a tax audit in Ontario for the years 2014 through 2018. Diluted EPS excluding LIFO expense (Non-GAAP) $2.05 Additional Items Impacting Diluted EPS: Cigarette inventory holding gains $0.58 B Cigarette stamp holding gains 0.13 E Foreign exchange losses were $0.5 million. C OTP tax claim (0.06) D Foreign exchange losses (0.01) E Jefferies 2021 35 Non-GAAP Financial Measures – Core-Mark (as of LTM Mar-21) EBITDA Non-GAAP Reconciliation Commentary LTM Period Ended ($ in millions) 31-Mar-21 Net income $67.4 A Interest expense, net, is reported net of interest income. Interest expense, net 10.1 A Provision for income taxes 20.9 Depreciation & amortization 68.3 B Cigarette inventory holding gains were $35.2 million. LIFO expense 33.4 Stock-based compensation expense 10.6 Foreign currency transaction losses, net 0.5 Adjusted EBITDA (Non-GAAP) $211.2 C Cigarette stamp holding gains were $8.3 million. Diluted Earnings per Share Non-GAAP Reconciliation LTM Period Ended ($ in millions, except share and per share data 31-Mar-21 Diluted EPS $1.50 OTP tax claim of $3.8 million recognized in the three months ended March LIFO expense 0.55 D 31, 2021, relates to a tax audit in Ontario for the years 2014 through 2018. Diluted EPS excluding LIFO expense (Non-GAAP) $2.05 Additional Items Impacting Diluted EPS: Cigarette inventory holding gains $0.58 B Cigarette stamp holding gains 0.13 E Foreign exchange losses were $0.5 million. C OTP tax claim (0.06) D Foreign exchange losses (0.01) E Jefferies 2021 35



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