Diana Candy has its origin in the early 1940’s. The name derived from the wife of its founder, William Perriera. The company’s vision was to establish exciting Caribbean flavors in candy form. Ronald L. Grosberg and his wife, Cheryl, bought the family-run company in 1984 from Perriera’s son, Peter.

In describing John Napoli & Associates Inc., co-owner and President John Napoli easily sums it up: We are just 23 cats working for a common cause.  That  cause  is supporting Puerto Rico's foodservice industry, and the  cats  are his associates and himself, who work together to ensure a high level of service and support is maintained, consistent and always in the best interest of the company's clients.

Pick-your-own fruit or vegetable farms these days have become quite trendy. People enjoy getting outside on a farm to gather their own produce. It’s part of the know-where-your-food-comes-from movement sweeping North America. However, back in 1968 in the greater Toronto area, the Chudleigh farm was providing Entertainment Farming for city folk who needed to stretch their legs and breathe some fresh air.

J&G Foods has found its groove through case-ready meats, with a focus on marinated meats, organic beef and Australian lamb. As the recession hit countless businesses over the past three years, J&G Foods Inc. of Sutton, Mass., has seen its business shift into higher gear. “Despite the recession, business at J&G Foods continues to grow and we are reinvesting in our people, plant and technology,” President Joe Piperato says. “Our goal is to continuously improve our capabilities to serve our customer partners.”

Johnny Rockets attributes its success to its savory hamburgers, authentic American appeal, and three-pronged growth strategy. Seeing a niche for a classic American burger shop in Los Angeles’ trendiest district, Johnny Rockets founder, the late Ronn Teitelbaum, opened his first restaurant on Melrose Avenue in 1986. Patrons were delighted by Johnny Rockets’ fresh, hand-pressed hamburgers, traditional sandwiches, French fries, hand-dipped shakes and malts, and authentic American décor. Many were reminded of the old-fashioned malt shops and burger joints of their youth, and the restaurant chain also attracted new generations with its classic menu and fun tabletop jukeboxes.

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