Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Across Kentucky program features Whole Alternatives

On August 7, 2012, the popular radio show, “Across Kentucky,” paid a return visit to Caudill Seed Co.—this time to do a feature on our Whole Alternatives, LLC division.

Emmy award-winning host Mike Feldhaus took a tour of the edible food operation and interviewed Dan Caudill, Chief Operating Officer for Caudill Seed; Pat Caudill, President of Caudill Seed; Fred Kapp, Plant Manager and Director of Quality for Whole Alternatives; and Jack Donahoe, National Account Manager for Whole Alternatives.

The three-minute segment, which aired September 18, 2012, on the Kentucky Farm Bureau radio network, highlighted Whole Alternatives’ products, its “Kentucky Proud” operation, and its superior service to  customers throughout North America.

Whole Alternatives, North America’s largest supplier of organic private label microwave popcorn, recently launched an innovative Organic Sweet and Salty Kettle Microwave Popcorn that uses Organic Stevia as a sweetener. Other products offered include cereals, macaroni and cheese, canned and dried beans, sugars, rice and bean soup mixes.

At Whole Alternatives our only focus is to co-pack or private label our customers’ organic or natural food project from start to finish. We specialize in offering simple solutions to any complex packaging project. Highly efficient packaging equipment and unique substrates allows us to offer competitive pricing with superior service levels.

Third Party Food Safety Audits are extremely important to us.

  • We are global food safety audited by BRC.
  • We have earned a Superior rating by AIB.
  • We are certified organic by QAI and USDA Organic and Kosher by OU.

The first time “Across Kentucky” visited us was in the spring of 2012, for a feature on Caudill Seed Co. That program aired on April 13.

The Whole Alternatives segment can be heard in full by clicking the play button below:

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