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Convenience Retailer Show Daily Day 1 NACS 2013

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An interview with Nasim Fararji, President, Cima Confections Corp. CRSD: Tell us about Cima Confections, and what type of products they make? NF: Cima Confections produces spe- cialty lollipops that satisfy all tastes, creating smiles on all faces. Our lol- lipops are crafted by using our old fash- ion recipes combined with finest ingre- dients creating smiles and lasting mem- ories, delivering quality gourmet con- fections beyond perfection. CIMA CONFECTIONS' GOURMET LOLLIPOPS BRING SMILES Showcasing a com- bined experience of nearly 100 years, Doyon & NU-VU is recognized as a world leader in providing baking solutions for all types of bake shops, convenience stores, pizzerias, cafes and restaurants. The companies manufacture bakery and pizza ovens and offer a complete line of cooking and preparation equipment to compliment them. This extensive product line includes oven-proofers, sheeters, proofers, cabinets and racks. If you bake at any level, Doyon & NU-VU will sup- ply the equipment needed to produce a Dunkin' Donuts, America's all-day, every- day stop for coffee and baked goods, and one of the fastest growing quick service restaurant (QSR) brands based on unit growth, announced it has signed its first Southern California multi-unit store development agreements with four franchise groups for a total commitment of 45 new restaurants. The first standalone restaurants are expected to open in 2015 in Orange and Los Angeles counties. Some non-traditional Dunkin' Donuts locations may open over the next several months. Monogram Foods has partnered with Butterball, the pre- mier name in premi- um turkey, to create the most exciting thing to happen in jerky since Geronimo smoked the first piece of buffalo on the Great Plains. Monogram is introducing Butterball Turkey Jerky and Meat Snacks, the lean protein rich meat snack that is bringing new users to the category. Health-con- scious consumers, women, kids and fit- ness buffs alike are drawn to the savory flavor, while enjoying the low sodium Continued on Page 55 DOYON & NU-VU: YOUR TOP SOURCE FOR BAKING SOLUTIONS DUNKIN' DONUTS EXPANDS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MONOGRAM FOODS PARTNERS WITH BUTTERBALL Continued on Page 57 Continued on Page 57 Continued on Page 55 O s e r C o m m u n i c a t i o n s G r o u p A t l a n t a S a t u r d a y, O c t o b e r 1 2 , 2 0 1 3 Due to the storm that devastated the East Coast, many local com- panies have been offer- ing help to the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Leading beverage manufacturer, Cold Star, Inc., assisted efforts in both New York and New Jersey by donating over 8500 bottles of TEAse Iced Tea to emer- gency work crews and relief centers in New York City, Wildwood and Long Beach Island. Local fire departments in those regions received the donation and had volunteers distribute the refreshing iced tea. COLD STAR DONATES TEASE ICED TEA TO VICTIMS OF HURRICANE SANDY Continued on Page 57 An interview with Robert White, Director of Market Development, Renewable Fuels Association. CRSD: What is the Blend Your Own (BYO) Ethanol Campaign? RW: The Blend Your Own (BYO) Ethanol Campaign is a joint effort of the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) and the American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE). It was started four years ago with the mission to educate marketers and retailers on using blender pumps to offer a variety of ethanol-blended fuels, along An interview with Anna Mitchell, Director of Business D e v e l o p m e n t , Thermo Pac, LLC. CRSD: Tell our readers about your com- pany. What's your main line of business? AM: Thermo Pac specializes in the pro- cessing, packaging, assembly and distri- bution of portion control food products to major branded food and beverage com- panies, as well as providing shelf-stable items to the United States Department of Defense. Our portion control packaging Continued on Page 57 When one thinks of Tyson Foods, a broad range of retail products probably comes to mind, mostly involv- ing chicken. Its retail lineup of food items has long been associated with great taste, convenience and quality. However, there's quite a bit more to Tyson Foods than that one area of its business. "Tyson Foods has long been a leader in the foodservice channel. We've built great relationships and strong busi- ness with customers all across that space, from quick service restaurants to fine dining," says Kevin Miller, Senior Continued on Page 55 UNDERSTANDING THE VALUE OF ETHANOL BLENDS THERMO PAC DELIVERS AMPLE PACKAGING OPTIONS TYSON FOODS GROWS WITH CONVENIENCE FOODSERVICE Continued on Page 55 AN INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION NOT AFFILIATED WITH NACS

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