Liquid Foods Clients

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Liquid Foods Clients, Part 1

Ten companies that make liquid food products (of the identified consistency), have revenue over $10M, and are not owned by multi-national corporations (MNCs) are: Sticky Fingers, Dave’s Gourmet, Rao’s Homemade, Three Bridges, Aristola, King Cliff BBQ & Steak Sauce, George’s BBQ Sauce, Old Mule Sauce, Truly Italian Gourmet Pasta Sauces, and Dexter Queen (Pappy’s Smokehouse).

The details of these companies can be found in rows 3 – 12 on the spreadsheet.

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  • Sticky Fingers earns about $36 M a year. They make BBQ sauces.
  • Dave’s Gourmet earns about $20 M a year. They make pasta sauces.
  • Rao’s Homemade is a subsidiary of Sovos Brands, earning about $28.5 M a year. They make pasta sauces.
  • Three Bridges and Aristola are subsidiaries of Valley Fine Foods, with the parent company earning about $50 M a year. Both companies make marinara, pesto, and other sauces.
  • King Cliff BBQ & Steak Sauce earns about $27.5 M a year. They make BBQ sauces, steak sauces, and marinades.
  • George’s BBQ Sauce earns about $19.1 M a year. They make BBQ sauces.
  • Old Mule Sauce earns about $25.2 M a year. They make BBQ sauces.
  • Truly Italian Gourmet Pasta Sauces earns about $15.9 M a year. They make pasta sauces.
  • Dexter Queen owns Pappy’s Smokehouse and earns about $22.8 M a year. They make BBQ sauces.
Part
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Liquid Foods Clients, Part 2

Ten companies that make liquid food products, have annual revenues ranging between $10 million and $700 million, have products weighing between 9 ounces (oz) and 40oz, and are not owned by multi-national corporations (MNCs) include Dukesmayo, Montereygourmetfoods, Absolutely World Class, Blues Hog Cookers & BBQ Sauce Company, SuckleBusters, Murrayscheese, Harryanddavid, Nassaucandy, Hickoryfarms, and Sauer Brands. In all the ten companies, over 80% of the identified target products weigh between 9oz and 40oz. Findings have been populated in rows 13-22 of the attached spreadsheet.

#1: Dukesmayo

#2: Montereygourmetfoods

  • The website of Montereygourmetfoods can be accessed via this link.
  • The company's annual revenues are about $56 million.
  • Pesto sauces are the potential target products.

#3: Absolutely World Class

  • The website of Absolutely World Class can be accessed via this link.
  • The company's annual revenues are about $55.8 million.
  • BBQ sauces are the potential target products.

#4: Blues Hog Cookers & BBQ Sauce Company

  • The website of Blues Hog Cookers & BBQ Sauce Company can be accessed via this link.
  • The company's annual revenues are about $12.5 million.
  • Marinades and BBQ sauces are the potential target products.

#5: SuckleBusters

  • The website of SuckleBusters can be accessed via this link.
  • The company's annual revenues are about $10 million.
  • BBQ sauces are the potential target products.

#6: Murrayscheese

  • The website of Murrayscheese can be accessed via this link.

#7: Harryanddavid

#8: Nassaucandy

  • The website of Nassaucandy can be accessed via this link.
  • The company's annual revenues are about $55 million.
  • BBQ sauces are the potential target products.

#9: Hickoryfarms

  • The website of Hickoryfarms can be accessed via this link.
  • The company's annual revenues are about $28.46 million.
  • BBQ sauces are the potential target products.

#10: Sauer Brands Inc.

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Liquid Foods Clients, Part 3

Ten companies that make liquid food products (of the identified consistency), have annual revenues ranging between $10 million and $700 million, and are not owned by multi-national corporations (MNCs) include Famous Daves, Tessemae, Freshies, Betterbody Foods & Nutrition LLC, Jack Millers, Joe Kems Bbq Sauce and Catering, Sweet Baby Rays, Sauce Crafters, Stonewall Kitchen, and Chosen Foods LLC. In all the ten companies, over 80% of the identified target products weigh between 9oz and 40oz. Findings have been populated in rows 23-32 of the attached spreadsheet. 

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