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About Home Market Foods

  • Growth

    Company Background

    Home Market Foods is a leading developer, manufacturer, and marketer of protein-based meals and snacks sold through a variety of retail outlets, including supermarkets, mass merchants, club stores, and convenience stores. Our customers consist of the preeminent food retailers and food outlets around the world. 

    We operate out of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Norwood, Massachusetts and we have significant capacity for expansion. 

    Target Acquisition Profile 

    We have significant production and management capacity to grow through the acquisition of complementary brands in related or high growth categories. We are interested in businesses that:

    • Extend our geographic footprint 
    • Provide for product expansion and cross selling opportunities 
    • Increase penetration into new and existing focus customer channels
    • Fit with our entrepreneurial culture and provide for increased depth and skills of management 
    • Deliver strong financial performance

    Target Categories  

    • Prepared meat products (meals and snacks), primarily sold in a frozen state
    • Entrées and handheld items
    • Snacking items (frozen or refrigerated)
    • Deli items (refrigerated)
    • Ethnic foods
    • Other

    Contact Information

    Please contact development@HomeMarketFoods.com to discuss any companies that fit our criteria. 

  • Sustainability

    Our Obligation to Future Generations
    Because we recognize an obligation to future generations, Home Market Foods is committed to promoting environmental sustainability in all we do. We adhere to sustainable purchasing guidelines and proactively participate in conservation and recycling efforts. Through our corporate commitment to environmental stewardship, we also make it possible for our customers to join us in promoting a sustainable world.

    Waste Disposal

    We reprocessed residuals from our manufacturing operations into renewable energy and submitted other manufacturing by-products for composting, rather than submitting to a landfill.

    A percentage of our manufacturing by products are repurposed for beneficial reuse as bio degradable commercialized products.

    In 2013 Home Market Foods elected to align with the USDA and EPA’s WasteWise Food Recovery Challenge, a challenge which helps businesses to reduce waste through sustainable materials management. Through this program Home Market Foods will continue to advance sustainable initiatives.

    Home Market Foods’ Sustainability Goals:

  • Our Facility

    Our state-of-the-art facility in Norwood, Massachusetts is much more than our home. It's the reason behind our great products. Our industry leading R&D department creates our award winning new products. Our advanced manufacturing processes are responsible for the flame broiled process that locks in superior flavor. SQF certification and environmental controls assure food safety and quality.

     

  • Our Values

     

  • Company Background

    On October 17, 2017 we completed the acquisition of Kelly Corned Beef Co., known as Kelly Eisenberg, of Chicago. Founded in 1929, Kelly Eisenberg is known for producing and distributing the Eisenberg brand of gourmet frankfurters and sausages, made from high-quality USDA beef and fresh seasonings, and the Kelly brand of corned beef.

    For over 50 years, Home Market Foods has provided superior quality food products -- from our beginnings as a purveyor of fresh meats, to our current position as a major specialty provider of fully cooked and frozen, meals, appetizers, and snacks for both retail and foodservice customers.

    Home Market Foods operates in a state-of-the-art manufacturing and research and development facility in Norwood, Massachusetts.

    The company is focused on continually investing in people and facilities to ensure an optimal work environment for employees and the highest quality products for consumers.

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