Our manufacturing facility in Ft. Madison, Iowa, won Pinnacle Foods’ Plant of the Year award for the second year in a row! The 520 member team excelled in every performance area, including Safety, Quality, Service and Cost. This site packages beloved brands like Armour canned meats, Nalley chili, and Brooks beans. Want to join the team? Click the link to our Careers page!
Congratulations to the team and plant manager Bryan Langerud, pictured here at the awards celebration with members of the Supply Chain Leadership Team.
Gluten-Free is one of the top three consumer dietary lifestyles in the U.S.
Our Udi’s gluten-free buns are now being offered at all TGI Friday’s locations across the U.S. and can be substituted on any of their sandwiches.
Consumers can purchase a wide variety of Udi’s gluten-free products to enjoy at home too! Click below to see a list of products, including bread, muffins, cookies, pizza, and tortillas.
We are the maker, marketer and distributor of branded food products that have been American favorites for decades. Our employees located in more than 20 offices and plants across North America rally around our mission. We work to transform our brands to be more profitable for our customers and more enjoyable for our consumers.
At Pinnacle Foods, every employee has the opportunity to make an impact—from marketing and research & development, to manufacturing, finance and sales—each function plays a critical role in our success. By living our values of trust, candor and ownership we create great relationships that help us deliver results and drive meaningful change for our brands and business
Get to know us at www.pinnaclefoods.com/careers.
Bob, Vice President of Pricing Strategy
Every day I work with very smart, experienced people who like challenges and are full of great ideas to help us reinvigorate our iconic brands. Pinnacle is a company on the rise and I’m excited to be part of it.
Michael, Senior Research Chef, Frozen R&D
As a Chef at Pinnacle Foods, I get to impact the business by working closely with cross-functional teams, customers, and consumers to identify new opportunities for advancement and innovation of our great products.
Andrew, Category Development Manager
Pinnacle’s people are among the brightest in the industry, and the working environment encourages leadership, collaboration, and camaraderie. I’m proud to work for a company with such great people and significant growth potential!
Becky, Sr. Manager, Commercialization
I have worked at Pinnacle for nearly 7 years and I can honestly say my work here has always been exciting and rewarding. We have some great brands, breakthrough product innovation, and highly motivated employees.
Mark, Telecom Engineer, Network Services
Pinnacle Foods - great brands, great people, and great leadership make this an exciting place to work! Every week there are challenges and opportunities presented that allow each and every employee to make an impact as an individual and together! Unleashing Brand Potential makes for a brighter future for all!
Caroline, Brand Manager
Pinnacle Foods is a fast paced and exciting company with a variety of great and interesting brands. Since I have been at Pinnacle Foods, I have been afforded many opportunities to grow, lead and have a positive impact on my brands while working with smart and talented people.
Gary, Financial Analyst
Pinnacle Foods is an exciting company that empowers its employees to make a positive impact. With great people leading the way through trust, candor and ownership, we continue to reach new heights as a company. Unique challenges help foster an environment of constant growth and expanded knowledge for employees companywide.
Rachel, Accounting Intern
If you’re interested in an accounting internship, go to Pinnacle Foods. The staff is amazing and still reaches out to me even though my internship ended. The work environment was very enjoyable - I didn't dread going into work! I was actually excited to walk through the doors every day and see what project I'd receive.
Pinnacle Foods offers a competitive benefits structure, including:
I have been working at Pinnacle Foods full-time (More than 3 years)
Leanly staffed so everyone has a big role to play; your work can have big impact. Opportunities to work on projects beyond your regular work. Results oriented company. Great co-workers. Everyone plays to win. Winning track record of results. Easy access to senior leadership. Values are not just a poster on the wall - people actually live them.
Leanly staffed can also be a con; have to be able to stand up for yourself in prioritizing your work and creating work/life balance
Advice to Management
Be better at prioritizing and recognizing the limited resources to get things done
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Pinnacle Foods (Parsippany, NJ) in March 2017.
The interview process went very well! Within maybe a week of applying for the position, I heard back from Talent Acquisition and was told that the team was interested in seeing what I had to offer as a candidate, and asked for my availability to schedule a phone interview. I had the phone interview a day later (it was a Friday), and was told that if the team wanted to proceed with me, Talent Acquisition would get back to me regarding an in-person interview. That following Tuesday, I was asked for my availability to come in for an in-person interview. My interview was scheduled two weeks from that date, as it was most convenient for everyone's schedule. The in-person was a panel-type interview, in which I met and interviewed with four members of the team I would be working with, and finally Talent Acquisition at the very end to go over logistics. The first four individual meetings were 45 minutes each, and the final was 30 minutes. The bulk of the interview questions were either behavior-based in order to get a feel for who I was as a professional and individual, or "Tell me about a time when--" questions. In addition to gauging suitability for the position, the company also wants to see that you embody what they stand for, what they do, and what you can bring to the table to help them with their mission. I was told that if the team wanted to proceed with me, I would hear back shortly thereafter and be asked for references. A week later, Talent Acquisition reached out to me for my references, which I completed right away, and the following day, I received the offer for the position.