Our broad portfolio of products included products such as beef jerky, sausage, hot dogs, pre-cooked bacon, and other processed food items. Our brands include Circle B®, King Cotton®, and Trail's Best Meat Snacks®. We offer our products through retailers/vendors and partners in the United States.
Monogram Food Solutions LLC was founded in 2004 and is based in Memphis, Tennessee. We have facilities in Boston, Massachusetts; Bristol, Indiana; Harlan, Iowa; Chandler, Minnesota; Martinsville, Virginia; Plover, Wisconsin; and Schulenburg, Texas.
For the 9th consecutive year Monogram Foods has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies. The team at Monogram has worked hard and fast to achieve a 42% compounded annual growth rate revenue since 2005, the first year of business for Monogram.
As Monogram continues to grow, we will keep the family values that we were built on, and the mission will remain the same: to really care about our team members and customers so that we can profitably grow together. There is a bright future ahead and many successes waiting to happen, all of which will continue to be fueled by Monogram’s most important asset: our team members.
Keep quality and safety at the forefront
Gratefully provide best service to our customers
If we say it, we do it
Embrace the entrepreneurial spirit
Value candor “done right”
Give back to the communities in which we do business
Celebrate our successes
A huge part of Monogram is the Monogram Loves Kids Foundation, the fundraising and philanthropic arm of Monogram Foods. One of Monogram’s core values is giving back to the communities in which it does business. Since its inception, Monogram has donated over $1.5 million to children’s charities. In 2018, the Foundation awarded over $300,000 in grants across its locations.
1935 — King Cotton brand was born
1935 — Circle B brand was born
1938 —Trails Best brand was born
1983 — Wild Bills jerky brand was born
1991 — Hannah’s brand was born
2004 — Monogram Foods was founded by Karl Schledwitz and Wes Jackson by purchasing King Cotton and Circle B brand meats from Sara Lee Corp. Begins with 13 team members
2006 — Monogram purchases Chandler, MN plant (Monogram Meat Snacks)
2006 — Ches Jackson joins Monogram Foods as President of Operations
2006 — Monogram begins producing Bass Pro Shops meat snacks
2008 — Don Brunson joins Monogram as COO
2009 — Monogram purchases Wild Bills jerky brand
2009 — Monogram purchases Martinsville, VA plant (Monogram Snacks Martinsville)
2009 — Monogram purchases Hannah’s and Wild Bill’s jerky brands
2009 — First Year on the INC 5000 List
2010 — David Dunavant joins Monogram as CFO
2011 — Penny Hardaway becomes the official spokesperson for King Cotton
2012 — Monogram purchases Bristol, IN plant (Monogram Comfort Foods)
2013 — Monogram open previously closed Schulenburg, TX plant (Monogram Pet Treats)
2013 — Monogram purchases the Harlan, IA plant (Monogram Prepared Meats)
2015 — Monogram celebrates 10 years in business by publishing its "Rightly Seasoned" tabloid and launching IMPACT10, a giving-back campaign for the Memphis community.
2015 — Monogram purchases the Plover, WI plant (Monogram Appetizers)
2015 — Monogram partners with Steve Harvey to launch Easy Bacon by Harvey Foods
2016 — Monogram purchases the Boston, MA plant (Monogram Gourmet Foods)
2017 — Monogram Foods is named Processor of the Year by top industry publication