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Carbery Group global footprint expanding

September 27th, 2015 10:05 PM

By Southern Star Team

Pictured during the visit by Minister Simon Coveney to Carbery Group's international flavours business, Synergy, in Wauconda, Illinois, were – from left – Dan MacSweeney, chief executive, Carbery; John Holland, operations director, Carbery, Simon Covene

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WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

WELCOMING Minister for Agriculture. Food and the Marine, Mr Simon Coveney, TD, to the Synergy Flavors Inc facility at Wauconda, Illinois, Mr Dan MacSweeney, chief executive of parent company, the Carbery Group, Ballineen, said they were delighted that he was making the visit and that he had been a great ambassador for their industry over the last four years and had been very close to the company as well, which they very much appreciated.

Rod Sowders, president and CEO of Synergy Flavors Inc in Wauconda, which is the company’s main headquarters for the Americas, gave the Minister and his entourage an overview of its worldwide operations before taking them on a tour of the innovation centre, where flavours are researched and created by a team of highly-qualified scientists, and then of the manufacturing facility.

On entering the facility, there was a very pleasing aroma of vanilla in the air and visitors also got to sample some of the flavoured products created there.

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