USA: Dippy Foods Expands Production Lines
The new production line, worth more than $750,000 US, has many beneficial features. The line utilizes polystyrene materials to mold and form recyclable containers used for packaging the Dippy Foods product lines. The containers are part of a new recycling program that the company has implemented with several schools. In pilot studies of the recycling program, schools saw on average of an 85% reduction in waste materials. Dippy Foods retains exclusive distribution rights of this recycling process in five states including CA, WA, OR, NV, and AZ.
The production line incorporates a top quality sterilization process which is expected to increase freshness and more than double the current shelf life of Dippy Foods meals.
"Adding this new production line is a huge milestone for Dippy Foods. It enables us to expand our services to surrounding states as well as introduce our new recycling program to more school districts," commented company President, Jon Stevenson. "With the growth of the School Breakfast Programs, we are well positioned to accommodate this growing demand for our products and we expect our sales to reflect this."
About Dippy Foods
Dippy Foods, Inc. produces and sells fresh, prepackaged, nutritious, single-serving meals to schools and other institutional food servers. Dippy Foods' line of luncheon products called "Dippers," address the issues facing the 94,000 schools serving free or USDA subsidized meals breakfasts and lunches to over 34 million children daily as part of the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program. These individually, pre-packaged meals require no preparation, refrigeration or heating and are served in individual recyclable serving trays. For more information about Dippy Foods' products, visit Dippy's web site at www.dippyfoods.com.
For more information, please call Phil Gurat or Michael Kowalewich toll Free at 888-536-7901 or visit www.dippyfoods.com.
Certain statements contained herein are "forward-looking" statements (as such term is defined in the Private Securities Reform Act of 1995). Because such statements include risks and uncertainties, actual results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements.
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