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FUTURE WORKFORCE? Rhode Island high school students participating in a career pathway program for offshore wind jobs ride in a boat circling a Block Island Wind Farm turbine. /  COURTESY LUCKY DAWG PHOTOGRAPHY/DOUG LEARNED

A reversal of fortune on jobs front

WORKFORCE After working for years to create new jobs in Rhode Island, state labor officials have been faced with an unusual problem recently. In some...

Blount increases cold soup production to meet retailer demand

PBN 2021 Fastest Growing Companies Awards $75 million and above: 2. Blount Fine Foods Corp. CEO (or equivalent): Todd Blount, CEO and president 2020 Revenue: $465.3 million 2018...
BLOUNT FINE FOODS CORP. CEO and President Todd Blount speaks with an employee at the company's Fall River facility. PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Clam cakes and chowder? Pulling out stops to attract workers

With the COVID-19 pandemic upending Rhode Island’s job market, employers are desperate to fill positions, utilizing creative tactics to draw new employees. Due to high...
EMPLOYEE SUPPORT: Members of Blount Fine Foods Corp.’s communication and engagement team, along with some company supervisors and managers, work at some of the tents to give back to Blount employees. / COURTESY BLOUNT FINE FOODS CORP.

Blount Fine Foods Corp.

PBN Best Places to Work Awards 2021 Enterprise Companies #7. Blount Fine Foods Corp. Employees in R.I.: 971 CEO and President Todd Blount Questions answered by Communications Specialist...
MIXING materials: Blount Fine Foods Corp. positional instructors, from left, Mike Smith and Eddy Anlen, learn about starches from research and development chefs Clayton Burrows and Leanne Koch./COURTESY BLOUNT FINE FOODS CORP.

Investing in employees is a recipe for success for Blount Fine...

PBN Business Excellence Awards 2020 Excellence in Workforce Development: Blount Fine Foods Corp. BLOUNT FINE FOODS CORP. realized that with growth comes new opportunities and new...
PREP WORK: Employees who work in Blount Fine Foods Corp.’s preparation room give a thumbs-up.
COURTESY BLOUNT FINE FOODS CORP.

Blount Fine Foods Corp.

PBN Best Places to Work 2020 ENTERPRISE COMPANIES 6. Blount Fine Foods Corp. Employees in R.I.: 890 President Todd Blount Questions answered by: Todd Blount What support programs has...
SEAL OF APPROVAL: Employees at Blount Fine Foods Corp. work an assembly line, placing labels on food products. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Blount Fine Foods Corp. has a big appetite for increased business

PBN MANUFACTURING AWARDS 2020 | Overall Excellence, more than 500 employees: Blount Fine Foods Corp. BACK IN 1943, Warren-based entrepreneur F. Nelson Blount was ready...
BLOUNT FINE FOODS has acquired a food manufacturing plant in Portland, Ore. that it expects will eventually employ 150 workers.

Blount acquires food plant in Oregon

FALL RIVER – Blount Fine Foods Corp. has acquired a prepared-food manufacturing plant in Portland, Ore., that it expects to eventually employ 150 workers,...
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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