Rhino Foods

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    Rhino Foods began in 1981 as a small ice cream shop in Winooski, Vermont, called Chessy's Frozen Custard. The founder, Ted Castle, continues to own and operate the business out of Burlington, Vermont, employing over 100 people. We proudly produce products for the best ice cream and frozen dessert companies in the world. The foundation of Rhino's success is built on Ted's unwavering commitment to our Purpose and four core Principles. Our Purpose and Principles have guided Rhino's growth for over three decades and will continue to do so in the future. In fact, every new employee spends an hour with Ted learning about our Purpose and Principles during their first days at Rhino Foods. 

    TypePrivate
    Founded2009
    HQBurlington, US
    Websiterhinofoods.com

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    Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)63(+5%)

    Key People/Management at Rhino Foods

    Dan Kiniry

    Dan Kiniry

    Sales & Marketing Director
    Jenny Sullivan

    Jenny Sullivan

    Sales Account Manager
    Gillian Bell

    Gillian Bell

    Marketing Manager & Demand Planner
    Don Holly

    Don Holly

    Technical Services Director
    Dale Conoscenti

    Dale Conoscenti

    Certified Research Chef
    Caitlin Goss

    Caitlin Goss

    Director of People and Culture
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    Rhino Foods Office Locations

    Rhino Foods has an office in Burlington
    Burlington, US (HQ)
    79 Industrial Pkwy
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    2009

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    Rhino Foods News and Updates

    Rhino Foods Uses VTP to Advance Opportunities for New Americans

    BURLINGTON, Vt. – Rhino Foods, a food manufacturer, has recently been awarded $9,600 through the Vermont Training Program (VTP), a workforce development program.read more

    Rhino Foods Blogs

    Doing Right by our Employees Makes Good Business Sense: Rhino’s Employee Exchange Program

    There is an alternative to seasonal layoffs and we've has been doing it since 1993 and want to help your company do it too. The Employee Exchange Program is proven to retain great employees by keeping them fully employed at partnering companies during slower months. Read about our partnership with L…

    Vegan Ice Cream Hits the Spot for Consumers

    It may be a vegan "ice cream" but if it's not as good as dairy ice cream, you're missing most of the market that buy both. Dale, our Certified Research Chef, speaks from experience about the challenges of developing great vegan inclusions to meet consumers' high expectations. The post Vegan Ice Cre…

    Different Stories, Shared Experience: Women@Rhino Change the Conversation

    Bringing women together from across shifts and departments, the Women@Rhino initiative meetings create space for sharing and learning on issues of gender, equality and inclusivity at work and in our community. The post Different Stories, Shared Experience: Women@Rhino Change the Conversation appeare…

    Growing Your Workforce with New Americans, People in Recovery and Post-Incarceration

    The unemployment rate is low, which is great for Americans but a challenge for companies. In conversation with HR Generalist Lorri Miller and People Program Manager Ariella Pasackow, we got into the details of Rhino’s hiring strategy. The post Growing Your Workforce with New Americans, People in Re…

    Protect that Ice Cream! Nine Ways We Keep Our Products Safe

    Ice cream lovers are our people and that’s why we use Good Manufacturing Practices - along with other steps - to keep our food and our customers safe! The post Protect that Ice Cream! Nine Ways We Keep Our Products Safe appeared first on .

    Creating the Flavors of the Future with Rhino’s R&D Team

    The ice cream industry is endlessly creating new flavors to fall in love with. We pride ourselves on finding unique solutions for our customers who are looking for the highest quality ingredients, lowest-risk partners, and ridiculously delicious inclusions. The post Creating the Flavors of the Futu…
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    Rhino Foods Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Rhino Foods founded?

      Rhino Foods was founded in 2009.

    • Who are Rhino Foods key executives?

      Rhino Foods's key executives are Dan Kiniry, Jenny Sullivan and Gillian Bell.

    • How many employees does Rhino Foods have?

      Rhino Foods has 63 employees.

    • Who are Rhino Foods competitors?

      Competitors of Rhino Foods include Kura Sushi USA, Douglas Equipment and Ruby Tuesday.

    • Where is Rhino Foods headquarters?

      Rhino Foods headquarters is located at 79 Industrial Pkwy, Burlington.

    • Where are Rhino Foods offices?

      Rhino Foods has an office in Burlington.

    • How many offices does Rhino Foods have?

      Rhino Foods has 1 office.