- THE MAGAZINE
According to the Chinese New Year, 2012 is the year of the dragon, but for many in the refrigerated and frozen foods industry, it was the year of change.
Innovation, strategic positioning and a newly expanded plant make McCain Foods the biggest company many U.S. consumers have never heard of.
McCain Foods’ Plover, Wis., facility underwent a $34 million renovation to increase throughput and quality and keep up with consumers’ ever-changing demands.
It finally happened. Refrigerated & Frozen Foods’ website, www.RFFmag.com, underwent an extreme makeover, complete with an updated navigational bar, gated content, photo galleries, new products, a list of associations and partners, expanded advertising opportunities and more.
Lantmännen Unibake experienced a $1 million expansion to its St. Petersburg, Fla., headquarters facility. The 7,500-square-foot remodeling project includes Phase 1, a new 2,200-square-foot research and development lab and customer welcome/reception area.
Evolution Fresh announced plans to open a juicery that will support 160 U.S. manufacturing jobs in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., later next year.
Brookshire Grocery Co’s dairy plant in Tyler, Texas, switched to clear caps on the company’s Food Club milk products.
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