British Baker recently accompanied a group of UK bakers on a study tour in China, organized by David Powell, and hosted by Rich Products. The trip included business visits in Shanghai and Beijing, as well as the Bakery China trade show in Shanghai.
“Over 65 years ago, Rich’s began as a small business on the West Side,” said Howard Rich, vice president of community relations. “We are thrilled for the opportunity to give back to the community that supported us.” Rich’s donation has helped a Nepal refugee open up a store in the city of Buffalo.
Bob Rich Jr. discusses his family business, outside endeavors and his next big focus in CampdenFB.
Widely regarded as “America’s Doctor,” Dr. Mehmet Oz recognized SeaPak Shrimp & Seafood Company Salmon Burgers as one of “The 99 Diet Foods Dr. Oz Wants in Your Shopping Cart.” Dr. Oz recommends enjoying the Salmon Burgers as a delicious weeknight meal. Featured among the top five frozen dinner items, Salmon Burgers were given Dr. […]
William G. Gisel Jr. joined Rich Products Corp. 30 years ago. He has ascended the leadership ranks as the Buffalo-based family-owned business has blossomed into a $2.9 billion food products company.
SeaPak was featured in Woman’s Day Magazine’s January edition in an article titled, “9 No-Fuss Party Appetizers.” The SeaPak Coconut Shrimp was praised for its crisp coconut coating dubbed lighter than traditional breading, and for being jumbo, plump and juicy! Check out the article to read about this and other “no-fuss” appetizers.
Rich Products Corp. has grown into a global business, and it is changing its structure accordingly.Buffalo-based Rich will switch from its current dual business group structure — North American and international — to a single organization with five regional business units. The change takes effect Jan. 1.
As Chairman of Rich Products Corporation, Robert (Bob) E. Rich, Jr. has led the largest family-owned frozen foods manufacturer in the United States to more than $2.4 billion in worldwide sales revenue. His father, Robert E. Rich, Sr. founded Rich Products after World War II with the invention of the first non-dairy (soy) whipped topping.
November 17, 2011 – KeyCorp said Thursday that Rich Products president and CEO William G. Gisel Jr. has been elected to the board of directors of the Cleveland-based super-regional bank. The election of Gisel and another new director increases the size of the board to 14, and brings a Buffalo voice to the top level […]