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Cascadia Managing Brands Teams Up With Too Good Gourmet to Re-Enter Snack and Bakery Sector; Robert Sipper and Ron Vogler Comment

Cascadia Managing Brands Teams Up With Too Good Gourmet to Re-Enter Snack and Bakery Sector; Robert Sipper and Ron Vogler Comment


RAMSEY, NJ
Wednesday, July 13th, 2022

It’s always exciting to see companies wield their expertise in one category to tap into another. After building up its success in the beverage space, Cascadia Managing Brands has aligned with Too Good Gourmet to re-enter the bakery and snacking categories.

Robert Sipper, President, Cascadia Managing Brands “It was early in our careers, and we did an excellent job with those brands. But we became famous for the work we have done with non-alcoholic beverages,” stated Cascadia Managing Brands President Robert Sipper. “We always wanted to bring our expertise to the salty snack and bakery categories, but we hadn’t found the right opportunity until Too Good Gourmet.”

Cascadia Managing Brands is most widely recognized for its work with non-alcoholic beverages but has played a key role in the introduction of brands such as Dirty Potato Chips, Lindt, Droste Chocolate, Toblerone, Bonne Maman preserves, and many more, a press release noted.

Cascadia Managing Brands has aligned with Too Good Gourmet to re-enter the bakery and snacking categories

This exciting partnership came to fruition at the recent Fancy Food Show in New York City, when partners Robert and Bill Sipper heard a familiar old friend calling their name. That friend was Ron Vogler, Executive Vice President at Too Good Gourmet.

Ron Vogler, Executive Vice President, Too Good Gourmet“We worked together many years ago when I was an executive at Clorox, and they were distributing Deer Park water for me,” shared Vogler. “I knew what they did for Deer Park; they helped make that brand a famous name. I know what they can do with Too Good Gourmet, and I am excited to be working with them again.”

Too Good Gourmet is one of the nation’s largest female-owned manufacturers of cookies. The Northern California-based specialty cookie supplier produces 22,000 lbs of gourmet cookies per day for 74 supermarket chains in the United States.

“Ron asked us to taste the sugar-free cookies at the trade show,” added Sipper. “We were blown away by the taste. It didn’t taste like a sugar-free cookie line. Their products may be healthier for you, but their taste is better than anything else on the market.”

To find out how this newfound alliance creates new opportunities for success for both companies, leave a tab open to Deli Market News.

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