Honeyville adds co-pack cupping line

by Jeff Gelski
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SALT LAKE CITY — Honeyville, Inc. has introduced a co-packing cupping line to meet the growing demand for cereal foods in convenient disposable containers. Honeyville, a grain miller, wholesaler and co-packer, already co-packs for totes, pouches, cartons and bags.

“We are always innovating and always looking at what is next so that our customers can have access to the latest and greatest in the food industry,” said Tim Devey, corporate marketing director for Honeyville. “The new cupping line is evidence of that.”

Honeyville will have samples available at SupplySide West Oct. 6-10 in Las Vegas that show the capability of the new line.

Honeyville also has launched TempSure, a service that heat-treats dry ingredients to reduce pathogens in food products. Additionally, Honeyville has added a distribution center in Ohio that allows access to shipping product almost anywhere in the United States within a couple days.
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