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March 24, 2017

Reviving Dinners for Millennials

A perspective from our Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Chelsea Ware. You can find the original article published in Frozen and Refrigerated Buyer here.   How to get frozen dinners back on our radar. It’s really not that hard, if you dare.  If Doc Martens and record players can make a comeback, then so can dinners in …

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March 23, 2017

Henningsen Cold Storage Portland, Oregon Facility Earns SQF Certification

Henningsen Cold Storage Co., one of the largest temperature controlled warehousing and transportation companies in the U.S, has recently received their Safe Quality Foods (SQF) Level 2 Certification for their Portland, Oregon facility (P1). Administered by the Food Marketing Institute and recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative, SQF is a meticulous food safety management …

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December 2, 2016

Henningsen Cold Storage Salem, Oregon Facility Earns SQF Certification

Henningsen Cold Storage Co., one of the largest temperature controlled warehousing and transportation companies in the U.S., has recently received Safe Quality Foods (SQF) Level 2 Certification for its Salem, Oregon facility. Administered by the Food Marketing Institute, and recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative, SQF is a meticulous food safety management system that …

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August 4, 2016

Henningsen Cold Storage to Build Second Facility in Salem, Oregon

Henningsen Cold Storage Co. will build a new 166,000 square foot facility in Salem, Ore. at Mill Creek Corporate Center. SEDCOR, the City of Salem, and Oregon’s Department of Administrative Services (DAS) have been working closely with Henningsen Cold Storage for several months on the details of their new facility. The company executed a Purchase …

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May 13, 2016

Henningsen Cold Storage Co. and Birch Community Services

In 1992, Barry and Suzanne Birch received a donated loaf of squished bread on their front porch, which they distributed to several single mothers and others they knew in need.  Before long, retailers began donating their surplus goods and the Birches’ home quickly became Birch Community Services (BCS).  From these humble beginnings, BCS has steadily …

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