Mission: Jel Sert will supply safe quality food products to consumers by consistently meeting the requirements of our Food Safety and Quality Systems.
In addition, our company will continually review customer and regulatory requirements and establish objectives that ...
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The Jel Sert Company continues to stand by our commitment of providing safe quality food products to our consumers.
In order to continuously meet our commitment, Jel Sert is focused on attracting the best talent and developing our employees to exceed their potential!
Jel Sert is seeking candidates who take pride in their work and are looking to contribute their ideas, skills, experience, and passion to the “Makers of Fun Foods”!
If you are looking for a privately held, innovative, results driven organization that rewards and values creativity, professionalism, teamwork, honesty, and longevity then follow then The Jel Sert Company is the place for you!
Jel Sert, 1926 The Jel Sert Company was founded in 1926 and remains privately held to this day. Jel Sert's first product was a gelatin dessert mix called Jel Sert, a name derived from combining "jelly" and "dessert".
Flavor-Aid, 1929 The concept of powdered mixes was very popular in the 1920s, and led to the 1929 introduction of the Flavor Aid® line of powdered soft drink mixes.
Pop-Ice, 1963 The success of Flavor Aid in the 1950s led to the acquisition of the Pop-Ice® Company in 1963. Pop-Ice was a small company producing a unique freeze-at-home pop that offered the opportunity to enter an exciting new product category.
Fla-Vor-Ice, 1969 The brand Fla-Vor-Ice® was introduced in 1969, to complement Flavor Aid, and quickly became the leading freezer pop in the United States.
MONDO, 1991 MONDO® Fruit Squeezers were launched by Jel Sert in 1991. Strong promotions and national advertising have helped it become a well-known brand in the juice drink category. With the advantages of convenience and recyclability, MONDO provides more fun to children than the traditional juice-box.
Otter Pops, 1996 Otter Pops® was acquired in 1996, and is the strongest freezer pop brand on the West Coast. Today, Jel Sert produces and sells more freezer pops than any other company in the world.
Wyler's® / Wyler's Light® 2000 Jel Sert acquired the Wyler's™ trademark in 1994. Wyler's Light, introduced in 2000, is well known for its great tasting low-calorie, sugar-free products that everyone can enjoy.
My-T-Fine / Royal, 2000 In December 2000, Jel Sert acquired the Royal® and Myt*T*Fine® brands, both of which have a strong and lyal following. The Royal brand, which includes puddings, gelatins, and flan, dates back to 1925. My*T*Fine, a premium cook-and-serve pudding brand, was introduced in 1918.
Jel Sert Licensing program begins, 2003 Jel Sert kicked off its licensing program by partnering with Kellogg's to make Keebler Fudge Shoppe chocolate freezer bars. Jel Sert next worked with Dr. Pepper Snapple Group to launch Hawaiian Punch powders and freezer bars within the next three years.
Frootee Ice, 2004 Frootee Ice was acquired by Jel Sert and later introduced for consumers to enjoy in a fresh, new mesh bag package.
Wyler's Light Singles to go!, 2006 During 2006 Jel Sert launched Wyler's Light Singles to go! in a single-serve stick pack format to accommodate the growing need for consumer convenience
Kool Pops / Mr. Freeze, 2007 The Jel Sert Company acquired rights to the Mr. Freeze brand as well as the licensing rights to the Kool Pops brand from Kraft Foods. Both brands enjoy a strong, nostalgic heritage that Jel Sert has kept alive and well.
Jel Sert Canada, 2007 Jel Sert headed north in 2007 and began selling freezer bars in Canada. Now Canadian consumers can enjoy a wide variety of our fun foods including freezer bars, drink and dessert mixes.
Jel Sert licensing program expands, 2008 Jel Sert debuted a new portfolio of licensed freezer bars in 2008 including Soda Pops with Dr. Pepper, 7UP, Orange Crush and A&W Root Beer flavors as well as Tampico and Jelly Belly flavored pops. Jel Sert also introduced diet Snapple Singles to go! powdered soft drinks, giving consumers a new way to enjoy their favorite Snapple flavors.
The Jel Sert Company, “Makers of Fun Foods,” is a family-owned business providing our customers with high quality and high value food products.
Jel Sert will supply safe quality food products to consumers by consistently meeting the requirements of our Food Safety and Quality Systems. In addition, our company will continually review customer and regulatory requirements and establish objectives that seek to improve our products. Employees will prioritize food safety and quality in the production of our products and be encouraged to offer their ideas for improving our food safety and quality management systems.
It is the policy of The Jel Sert Company to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all colleagues and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, pregnancy/childbirth, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability or perceived disability, genetic information, citizenship, veteran or military status, marital or domestic partner status, or any other category protected by federal, state and/or local laws.
American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) began in 1970 by a group of parents whose children had been diagnosed with cancer. They came together to lobby for more research, and to support each other through the diagnosis and treatment of this life threatening disease at a time when very few children survived. Today, ACCO is one of the largest grassroots, national organizations dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with cancer and their families. We are proud to be associated with the ACCO and the fight against childhood cancer. Our efforts focus on promoting awareness and supporting advocacy programs.
For further information on the ACCO, please go towww.acco.org or call 1-800-366-2223.
Since 1995, The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) has been raising awareness, providing education and dispelling myths about this serious disease. Too often, symptoms go unrecognized and ovarian cancer is detected too late.
Jel Sert is proud to support the fight against ovarian cancer through knowledge and awareness. Our support is in honor of those within our global community who have been affected by ovarian cancer – the survivors, patients, caregivers and the loved ones – yours and ours. Help break the silence... Talk about Ovarian Cancer.
Look for the NOCC logo and contact information on every package of Wyler's Light products.
GET INFORMED. GET INVOLVED.
The NOCC continues to expand awareness and education campaigns, and initiates new projects through the generous support of corporations, foundations and individuals.
For further information, please go to www.ovarian.org,
e-mail NOCC@ovarian.org or call 1-888-OVARIAN.
I have been working at The Jel Sert Company full-time (More than 3 years)
JelSert has room for growth, really rewards hard work. Has a very competitive pay structure. The company has a great diverse group of employees that works well together.
Only that it is a demanding industry that requires your A game. This is not a place for lifers not willing to be competitive. You must keep polishing your skills here and not fall asleep at the wheel.
Advice to Management
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at The Jel Sert Company (San Francisco, CA) in January 2015.
Initial phone interview with HR, lasted about 1.5 hours with the questions ranging from my experience and work history to behavioral questions. At the end of this discussion the HR manager advised me that I would be recommended for the next interview with the next level up sales manager. That interview took place on the phone which I passed and advanced to the first in person interview. The in person interview took place about a month later to which I was then invited to the final round. The final round of interviews included four other candidates and was broken out into two sessions, one being a lunch interview. The VP of Sales and two sales managers conducted the interviews and the questions from the VP of Sales focused on understanding my work history and experience. These folks were all very professional and friendly.