Mission: To be the leading snack manufacturing partner focused on innovative & better for you products.
From our humble beginnings in a one-room schoolhouse in 1936 to today’s award winning facilities, Wyandot has been founded on quality. 80 Years Proud!
Still owned by the Brown family, Wyandot is the premier custom manufacturer of high quality grain based snack foods, cereals, and better-for-you offerings for the world’s largest food marketers, restaurants, and retailers.
As a full service snack food manufacturing annex, Wyandot offers extensive technical support, with a team of seven food scientists and engineers that manage your projects from ideation through development, commercialization, and then onto processing and packaging.
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 (More than 10 years)
Great place to work! I have worked most of my adult career at Wyandot and find it to be very rewarding. Wyandot is a flat run organization in which you really feel like a part of a family. They are doing exciting things relating to creating unique "Better For You" plant based snacks for large food marketers, the foodservice market and now expanding into their own brand called Munch Rights. If you really want to play a part in shaping and growing an exciting company that is on the cutting edge of making great tasting "Better For You" snacks, this is the place to be!
Unless you are high energy, willing to work hard and have fun in a fast paced environment...don't apply here. If this sounds like you...then you will probably fit in just fine.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work!
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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