Sauer’s launches a new packaging design for its entire product portfolio. New spice jars feature a unique square shape and convenient flip-top shaker cap. The brand also introduces dozens of new products, including grilling marinades, slow cooker seasoning mixes, and…
The Greenville plant renovation increases production and storage abilities for high-volume products. The company builds a 210,000-square-foot mayonnaise plant in New Century, Kansas, providing nationwide distribution.
In August, The C.F. Sauer Company buys The Spice Hunter of San Luis Obispo, California, a marketer of exotic spices, spice blends and all-natural foods.
The C.F. Sauer Company buys BAMA brand food products from Welch Foods Inc., giving the company entry to the export market.
C.F. Sauer Foodservice is created to make commercial recipes and flavorings.
The C.F. Sauer Company adds Gold Medal black pepper to its growing product offerings.
In 1917, Eugenia Duke was stationed at Camp Sevier, a National Guard Training Camp. It was there that she began selling sandwiches slathered with her homemade mayonnaise. They were so unforgettably delicious soldiers wrote to her begging for her recipes.…
The C.F. Sauer Company becomes the nation’s largest producer of extracts and spices.
Conrad Sauer, Sr. offers his company’s pharmaceutical capabilities for the war effort to President Woodrow Wilson, and Wilson accepts.
The C.F. Sauer Company moves to 2000 West Broad Street, in Richmond, and grows to 250 employees. More than 100 years later, this site remains the home of our spice operations.