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5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . com September March 2011 CANDY INDUSTRY 33 CANDY WRAPPER Surf & Turf Having once dipped chocolates as a part-time employee, Harbor Sweets’ owner and ceo now captains a confectionery shop that brings joy to thousands. -based chocolate maker Harbor Sweets, where she has worked and risen through its ranks for more than 23 years. The company, housed in an original historic red brick building near downtown Salem, has been producing handcrafted chocolates in moulds and copper kettles since 1973.
For Catherine McClure, Storck’s director of operations for supply chain, North America, it’s all about providing best-in-class service to both retailers and consumers. 28 CANDY INDUSTRY September t b 20 2011 McClure oversees and manages all importing, warehousing, and distribution to customers throughout North America, including customer service and copacking. The company’s leading 13 SKUs achieve 84% of Storck’s sales. “We strive to be a top confectionery brand and we need partners that can support us,” says McClure.
An eBook allows students to buy change though. ” electronic device reader such as a Kindle, technological enhancements that we can’t As long as the store continues to which usually costs less money than a even imagine at this point, Bridges says. embrace technology and offer a slew book with a binder. ” particularly edible sweets and snacks, technology that we have to adapt to,” And, as evidenced, by the stores vast there’s no doubt it will continue to get an Bridges says. “We’re the supplier, of array of other products, the store is more A+ from shoppers.
Candy Industry September 2011 by Bernie Pacyniak