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RDW Group Partners with Fall River’s Blount Fine Foods

RDW Group, the Providence-based integrated marketing communications firm, has been selected by Fall River, Mass.-based Blount Fine Foods to support the retailer’s national growth...
NAMEPLATES FOR INDUSTRY was the highest ranked company on the 2019 Inc. 5000 in the Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area at No. 2442. Above, Renaud Megard, the company's president and CEO. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Several local companies named to 2019 Inc. 5000 list

PROVIDENCE – Five Rhode Island-headquartered businesses and three Bristol County, Mass., businesses were named to the 2019 Inc. 5000 list. The program measures revenue growth...
RAVE REVIEWS: Bulk Packout team members at Blount Fine Foods give thumbs up about their workplace.
 / COURTESY BLOUNT FINE FOODS

Blount Fine Foods Corp.

Best Places to Work 2019 | ENTERPRISE (500-plus employees): 2. Blount Fine Foods Corp. What three words best describe your staff? Innovative, dedicated and excited. What...
SOUPED UP: From left, Courtney Blount Hamilton, receptionist; Rachael Blount Girard, food-service national accounts market manager; Myvette Sousa, executive assistant in corporate services; and Lisa Blount White, logistics accountant, show off some of the products made at Blount Fine Foods.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Blount Fine Foods finds the right ingredients for success

Blount Fine Foods Corp. Family-owned Business | 2019 Manufacturing Awards Families adapt to change, face challenges together and help others when they can. A family business started...
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An Ocean State restaurant boomlet

The restaurant industry in Rhode Island continues to excel. During mid-February, more national and international accolades came our state’s way with the AAA Four...
HOT STUFF: Blount Fine Foods President and CEO Todd Blount, with a couple of the company’s new products, on its Fall River production line, from left, Beef PHO and Coconut Chicken & Noodle soups.
 / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Blount soups up products to feed growth

Fastest Growing Companies | $75M and above | 1st place CEO (or equivalent): Todd Blount, president and CEO 2017 Revenue: $338,253,858 2015 Revenue: $233,695,825 Revenue growth: 44.7% Blount Fine...

To be relevant, successful companies listen, learn and communicate

In this time of instantaneous and ubiquitous communications, it would not seem difficult for any enterprise to know what its key stakeholders are thinking...

PBN’s 2018 Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies celebrated

WARWICK – The region’s largest food maker and seller, along with a company that builds enclosures to transport wedding cakes, were among the 33...
SIX RHODE ISLAND BUSINESSES WERE ANNOUNCED TUESDAY by the Social Enterprise Greenhouse as winners of the inaugural Best for Rhode Island program. The statewide initiative recognizes companies which leverage their business operation to positively impact society and the environment. / COURTESY SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE

Six local businesses honored by SEG in Best for Rhode Island...

PROVIDENCE – In its inaugural Best for Rhode Island initiative, the Social Enterprise Greenhouse has recognized six local companies for their efforts using their...
FAMILY FIRST: Pictured with his wife and five children is Chris Whitten, second from right, broker and owner of Premeer Real Estate in Johnston, which was the first corporation to sign on to The Children’s Workshop’s Family First program. The latter offers businesses the ability to craft customized child care benefits for their employees.  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Family First allows employers to offer employees customized child care benefits

A working father of five – with children ranging from 4 months to 13 years – Chris Whitten knows the importance of quality child...

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