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Serving Food & Beverage Manufacturers Worldwide

We are proud to serve some of the largest and most respected food and beverage process manufacturers in the world.


Nestlé

Ice Cream, Infant Formula, Health Care Products

Nestle is the world's leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness company. The company believes that all foods and beverages can be enjoyable and play an important role in a balanced and healthy diet and lifestyle.



Rich Products

Frozen Desserts, Appetizers, Snacks

The founder of the non-dairy segment of the frozen-food industry, Rich’s is a leading supplier and solutions provider to the foodservice, in-store bakery and retail marketplaces. The company is the world leader in non-dairy toppings, icings and other emulsions. Other key product categories include cakes and desserts; pizza, bakery products; breads and rolls; shrimp and seafood; appetizers and snacks; BBQ; meatballs and pasta; and gluten-free and all-natural items.



Kroger

Dairy

The Kroger Co. (NYSE:KR) is one of the world's largest grocery retailers, with fiscal 2014 sales of $108.5 billion. The Kroger Co. Family of Stores spans many states with store formats that include grocery and multi-department stores, discount, convenience stores and jewelry stores. The company operates under nearly two dozen banners, all of which share the same belief in building strong local ties and brand loyalty with customers.



AdvancePierre

Processed Foods

AdvancePierre Foods is a nationally recognized supplier of value-added proteins and sandwich products to foodservice, retail, schools and convenience channels across the United States. Headquartered in Cincinnati, AdvancePierre employs more than 4,000 people and provide consistent product quality across 11 different facilities including manufacturing facilities in Oklahoma, Ohio and Iowa and sandwich-assembly facilities in North Carolina, Ohio and South Carolina. The company also operates bakeries in Illinois, North Carolina and Oklahoma.



Leprino Foods

Fluid Milk, Ice Cream, Non-carbonated Beverages

Headquarterd in Denver, Colorado, on the same corner where Mike Leprino Sr.’s grocery store once stood, Leprino Foods continues to meet its goal of producing the best dairy ingredients available. The company will settle for nothing less than excellence and remains dedicated to the product development and culinary innovation that elevated us to an industry leader.



Dean Foods

Fluid Milk, Ice Cream, Non-Carbonated Beverages

Dean Foods is a leading food and beverage company in the United States. The Company is one of the nation's largest processors and direct-to-store distributors of fluid milk marketed under more than 50 local and regional dairy brands and private labels. They distribute ice cream, cultured products, juices, teas, bottled water and other products. Their products are processed with the help of approximately 17,000 dedicated employees working in approximately 70 plants across the U.S.



UDA

Sweet Cream, Condensed Skim Milk

United Dairymen of Arizona is an agricultural milk marketing cooperative incorporated in 1960. UDA membership consists of approximately 90 producers, averaging 1200 head per dairy, representing approximately 90% of the milk in the state. UDA's modern manufacturing facility in Tempe operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and produces high, medium and low heat nonfat dry milk (including vitamin fortified products), MPC, cream, butter, skim milk, condensed skim milk and lactose powder.



Why Vigilistics?

Food and beverage process manufacturers of all sizes rely on Vigilistics for greater visibility, knowledge, and control.

  • Simple, affordable apps
  • Powerful analytics and insights
  • Streamlines audits and compliance

Contact

  • 711 Grand Ave, Suite 290, San Rafael, CA 94901
  • info@safetychain.com
  • T: 888.235.7540
  • http://www.safetychain.com

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