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SensoryEffects Flavor Systems opens state-of-the-art warehouse in Missouri

July 17, 2013

SensoryEffects Flavor Systems has completed a new 40,000-sq.-ft. warehouse in Bridgeton, Mo., providing additional warehouse and production space for its growing Flavor Systems business.

“We’ve invested in this state-of-the-art warehouse to address the rapid growth of our business and to continue to provide the highest level of service to our customers,” says John Kane, general manager of SensoryEffects Flavor Systems.

The facility was built to fit seamlessly with the company’s manufacturing operation, which is Safe Quality Food (SQF) Level II certified, meeting the stringent quality and regulatory standards of leading international food and beverage companies. The new space provides six additional dock doors, technically advanced inventory management, narrow aisle racking, segregated allergen storage and space for frozen, refrigerated and ambient raw materials and finished products.

SensoryEffects is a supplier of customized food and beverage ingredients and products with three business units: SensoryEffects Powder Systems in Defiance, Ohio; SensoryEffects Flavor Systems in Bridgeton, Mo.: and SensoryEffects Cereal Systems in Lincoln, Neb.

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