Mission: To be the leading snack manufacturing partner focused on innovative & better for you products.
Wyandot is a national manufacturer of great tasting, better-for-you, plant-based snack foods. Founded in 1936, we are over 80 Years proud!
With our focus on better-for-you products, consumers have a healthier choice when buying snacks for themselves and their families. We produce great tasting and award winning products for leading and emerging branded food businesses, including first-to-market chickpea puffs and baby snacks, ready-to-eat popcorn for a national theatre chain, weight maintenance products, and snacks under the Incredi-Puffs and Munch Rights brands.
Our team-based culture is committed to customer success, sustainability, and excellence, with a need for teammates who are passionate about innovation, quality, reducing waste, and finding ways to add value.
Our growth plan is to double in size over the next three to five years, including additional locations throughout the US. If you are looking for a company that can provide a great work environment, opportunities to contribute to our success immediately, as well as opportunities for career advancement, Wyandot is the place for you!
Join our growing team, where we recognize the vital importance of everyone in the organization. Regardless of the task, we all work together and realize that each link is as important as the next.
To be the leading snack manufacturing partner focused on innovative & better for you products.
Wyandot partners with leading and emerging food companies to develop and market exciting plant based snacks.
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I have been working at Wyandot Snacks full-time (Less than a year)
Great Benefits, Good people to work with, easy going.
Wyandot is really just a good place to work ...really no cons.
I applied through other source. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Wyandot Snacks (Marion, OH) in June 2015.
Interview process was long but overall very easy. The interviewers went into great depth on my past experience and how I would handle certain situations as a manager. Some questions were hard to answer in general but they made you think. The interviews consisted of a phone interview and 2 in person interviews.
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