Waffling Over What's Next for Swapples? Manufacturing returning to DC
Stone's Throw Food, a food manufacturing company based in Washington, DC, and founded by Ben James, recently made a major move in the food industry by acquiring the frozen waffle brand Swapples. This acquisition is part of Stone's Throw Food's strategy to expand their breakfast offerings and grow the company.
Swapples, known for its delicious frozen waffles made from whole yuca root and no more than 8 real food ingredients, is a popular breakfast choice for many consumers. These waffles are also gluten-free, making them a great option for those with gluten sensitivities.
One of the most exciting developments in this acquisition is that Ben James is bringing the manufacturing of Swapples back in house. This means that the frozen waffles will now be produced in Washington, DC, giving the company full control over the production process. This is a return back to Swapples roots, started and grown out of Union Kitchen.
By bringing the production back in house, Ben James is ensuring that the quality of the product remains consistent and that the brand can continue to grow. The in-house production will also allow the company to be more agile and respond to market demands faster. This move to bring the production in-house is a testament to Ben James's commitment to ensuring that his customers receive only the best quality products.
Stone's Throw Food has a line of breakfast skillets, many of which are also gluten-free, making them a great option for those who are looking for delicious, gluten-free breakfast options. The addition of Swapples to the company's product offerings will only further enhance Stone's Throw Food's position in the food industry.
The acquisition of Swapples by Stone's Throw Food and the decision to bring the production in house is a significant step forward for the company. Ben James's commitment to quality and his customers is evident in this move, and we look forward to seeing what the future holds for Swapples and Stone's Throw Food.