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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.
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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...

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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...
RECIPE FOR SUCCESS: Blount employees receive education reimbursements for higher education, seminars and webinars.
 / COURTESY BLOUNT FINE FOODS

Blount Fine Foods

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 44. ENTERPRISE | Blount Fine Foods Employees in R.I.: 663 President Todd Blount Questions answered by: Ronnie King, senior director of human resourcesHow...
NEW PRODUCTS: Todd Blount, president of Blount Fine Foods, and his team originally made recipes as instructed by customers and partners, but over the last five years the company has developed a deep innovation process resulting in new products. From left: Sashaira Ramirez, production supervisor; Blount; and senior directors of culinary development Jeff Wirtz and Quinn Corbett. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Deep innovation, souped-up products keep Blount successful

Blount Fine Foods started as an oyster-packing company in 1880. By the 1950s, Blount Seafood was one of the largest suppliers to Campbell Soup...
RECOGNIZING STAFF: Shelly Swallow, payroll specialist, left, and Valerie Ball, senior HR manager, hand out T-shirts to employees at Blount Fine Foods as part of its corporate recognition program. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Rewards help get best out of staff

Blount Fine Foods ­employees last month rang in National Pizza and Beer Day with a pizza and root beer party at their Fall River...

Blount realizes national prepared foods vision

FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES | $75M AND ABOVE | 2ND PLACEWhen it comes to achieving growth, Blount Fine Foods isn’t afraid to change.But company leaders...
STORYTELLER: Chris Forte works part time at the Home Depot on Charles Street in Providence, where his responsibilities include retrieving carriages from the parking lot and assisting customers with loading heavy purchases into their cars and trucks. He enjoys telling stories and interacting with customers. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Following guide of consent decree, Rhode Island improving opportunities for mentally...

In June 2013, federal investigators filed a complaint in U.S. District Court accusing Providence and Rhode Island of segregating individuals with intellectual and developmental...
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