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“We create our bacon flavored snack stick by using bacon flavored seasoning, and by adding actual bacon to our snack stick recipe,” Sam Western explains.
With the immense interest and popularity of bacon, the decision to add bacon to the company’s lineup of snack sticks was an easy one.
“His diverse background and solid experience are an excellent fit for Scoular, from commodity merchandising and logistics to commercial food ingredient processing, sales and p.&l. Further, his proven experience in successful corporate strategy will be a great asset to Scoular as we continue to pursue growth opportunities, domestically and internationally.” A diversified business with roots dating back to the 1890s, Scoular operates more than 100 independent business units targeting supply chain solutions for users and suppliers of grain, feed ingredients, and globally.
The company’s principal activities revolve around the buying, selling, storing, handling and processing of grain and ingredients as well as managing transportation and logistics worldwide.
Western’s Smokehouse is a small meat processing business based in Greentop, Missouri, and like a lot of other small meat processors, it’s been getting into the bacon business in a big way.
Founded by Sam Western in 1978, his son Kevin has been with Western’s since 1992, and now a third-generation, grandson Leighton, is working for the company.
Scoular operates 120 offices and grain handling facilities in North America, South America and Asia, has more than 1,200 employees and about billion in annual sales.
In fact, Western’s makes three kinds of bacon snack sticks — hickory smoked bacon, sweet maple bacon, and peppered bacon.
This round of grants will support activity taking place between October 1, 2016 and September 30, 2017.
The arts and cultural facilities grant program provides support to organizations large and small in an effort to enhance spaces for arts creation and presentation.
This year’s support includes the communities of Elba, Mentone, Montgomery, Selma, Hartselle and Birmingham.
All of these facility oriented projects represent important initiatives to enhance spaces where arts programming will involve all of the community.” Fellowships are grants awarded to outstanding individual artists from Alabama who create important works of art and make valuable contributions to the entire state.