Monogram Appetizers Continues to Grow
PLOVER, WI – (January 4, 2016) – Monogram Appetizers, a division of Monograms Foods which acquired Golden Country Foods earlier this year, is adding to its workforce in Plover as part of the company’s expansion plans.
“We are looking for residents of Plover and the surrounding area to apply for an array of positions including Production Team Members, Maintenance Technicians, Quality Assurance Technicians, Warehouse Professionals, Supervisors, and upper management,” said Jim Reed, Chief Operations Officer. “This is a very exciting time for Monogram Appetizers. We are improving our facility here and want the best-qualified workforce. We want our new team members to come from right here in Plover.”
Job candidates are encouraged to apply by visiting www.monogramfoods.com/careers, call the Human Resources Department at 715-303-6226, or stop by one of the two plants located and 300 Moore Road and 1434 Post Road to fill out an application.
Monogram Appetizers is a frozen appetizer business with approximately $100 million annual sales, 550 employees, and two production facilities.
About Monogram Foods: Founded in 2004 with the purchase of King Cotton and Circle B brand meats from Sara Lee Corporation, Monogram Foods manufactures and markets top-quality food products. Among these are a full range of meat snacks, corn dogs, pre-cooked bacon, smoked sausage, appetizers, pet treats and other value-added meats. Monogram Foods’ brands include Wild Bill’s, O’Brien’s, Trail’s Best, Hannah’s, Bull’s, Snapps and licensed brands Bass Pro Shop’s Uncle Buck’s, Johnsonville, Butterball and Team Realtree. Monogram Foods is a major co-packer and private label provider for strategic partners throughout the nation. Monogram Foods is headquartered in Memphis, Tenn. and operates facilities in Virginia, Minnesota, Indiana, Texas, Iowa and Wisconsin.
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