Snack company: Golden Enterprises (GLDC) (1923)

Golden Enterprises Inc. (NASDAQ: GLDC) was founded in 1923, formerly known as Golden Flake, Inc., changed its current name in January 1977, and is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. 725 full-time employees, through its subsidiary Golden Flake Snack Foods, Inc., engaged in the production, distribution and sales of snack products in the United States.

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Golden Enterprises (GLDC):

Golden Enterprises, Inc. is mainly engaged in the manufacturing and sales of snacks, with a wide range of products, such as: onion rings, popcorn, corn flakes, potato chips, nuts, canned food, fried pork skin, cheese balls, cheese biscuits, dried cheese sticks , Peanut butter, biscuits and dried meat products, etc. The product brand is: Golden Flake.

Golden Enterprise Company sells products to Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, South Carolina, North Carolina, Arkansas through its own sales locations or independent distributors , Missouri, Oklahoma, Virginia, Indiana, Texas and other regions.

Gold processed food products are mainly sold to chain grocery stores, discount stores, convenience stores, restaurants, etc.

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