Frito-Lay Co-Packer Maintains Best Quality Across All PepsiCo Americas Foods Contract Manufacturers
PepsiCo Americas Foods, PepsiCo’s food and snack business in North and South America that includes Frito-Lay, announced at the PepsiCo 14th Annual Contract Manufacturing Meeting in Plano, TX last week that DePaul Packaging was number one in quality out of all PepsiCo Americas Foods contract manufacturers across the U.S.
This post is written by David McGiverin, Sustainability & Productivity Manager at Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA). The article originally appeared on the NWFPA blog, specifically as a part of NWFPA’s Rural Initiative.
In an effort to help close workforce talent gaps and reduce turnover in the Tri-Cities food processing industry, we teamed up with the Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA) to create a roundtable discussion among area food processors at the Port of Pasco that led to the development of some great new ideas for attracting skilled talent to the industry and area.
DePaul Packaging’s Hayden Island facility just received an AIB International score of 970 on its latest Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Inspection for Consolidated Standards for Food Safety report. Any score of above 900 is considered a ‘Superior’ Rating, and we’re thrilled to have exceeded that mark since 2006.
A recent article in Fast Company Co.EXIST makes a great case for collaborative platforms and focusing on the tasks you’re most skilled at, while working with others to handle the ones you’re not. (“If You Want It Done Right, Don’t Do It Yourself,” January 31, 2012).