On November 15, 2013 we announced that we will establish a new manufacturing facility in Greenville, South Carolina.
“We are pleased to move forward with plans to locate our new facility in South Carolina, allowing us to expand production capacity and more easily and efficiently reach our growing customer base in markets across North and South America,” said Sandy Solmon, founder and CEO of Sweet Street Desserts.
For more information and to view the official press release, click here .
Please direct all inquiries to email@example.com. As you can imagine we are flooded with inquiries many of which are too early in our development cycle to be considered. Your email will be forwarded today to the appropriate manager and will be reviewed.
“I have been watching the food offerings in cafes across America change over the past decade. Increasingly, bakery cases are planned with more shelf space dedicated to savory products for breakfast and lunch. Since we have so many wonderful chefs in our R&D department, it was a natural progression for us to try our hand at savory products to fill those needs. We began with panned quiches for Barnes and Noble and did multiple vegetarian items with cheeses and vegetables, like our popular Spinach Artichoke quiche. Since our Reading plant is not USDA certified, we can’t produce with meat or seafood. That is what the market wanted. And thus the evolution to a new plant, and we ended up finding a location in Greenville, SC.”
~ Sandy Solmon