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New Faces Leading NESCO Parent Company
The Metal Ware Corp., parent company of NESCO, American Harvest and now Chard, has been acquired by Rick Carey, president, and Ross Niemi, executive vice president/COO. Carey and Niemi take over this 96-year-old family company in Two Rivers, Wis., during a time of tremendous change in the housewares industry. Privately owned companies like Metal Ware represent a dwindling minority of companies in the industry, but Niemi and Carey said they believe this unique characteristic will set them apart from the rest of the competition. “As a privately owned company, our ability to identify consumer trends, develop long-term strategic goals and ...
Runamok Maple Acquires Candy Operation From Bascom Maple Farms
Runamok Maple, a maker of all-natural, organic maple syrup based in Cambridge, Vt., including a collection of barrel-aged, smoked and infused maple syrups, acquired Brattleboro-based Bascom Maple Farms’ maple candy operation. The candy operation of Bascom Maple Farms, consisting of maple candy and maple butter, will be owned by Runamok Maple and operated under the name of True North Maple, a newly developed maple candy brand from Runamok Maple. True North Maple will use the production facilities at Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation’s Cotton Mill Building in Brattleboro, but will operate as a separate entity. “After working in the maple syrup ...
Blue Crab Bay’s Barefoot Sells Specialty Food Business
Pamela Barefoot, founder and longtime president of specialty food company Blue Crab Bay Co. in Melfa, Va., has sold the company in an asset sale to Maryland native Elizabeth Lankford. Lankford’s family is well known on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia. Her grandfather, Stanley, began Lankford Produce in 1964 and soon was joined by her father, Tom, and uncles, Fred and Jim. In 1981, Lankford Produce merged with Sysco Corp., of which Lankford-Sysco Food Services, now Sysco Eastern Maryland, became a vital subsidiary. Barefoot, 66, said her decision to sell Blue Crab Bay was initially difficult but was ...
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