Snack producer in Waterville moving to larger facility in Winslow

January 09, 2021 1 min read

Snack producer in Waterville moving to larger facility in Winslow

"WATERVILLE, Maine (WABI) - Like many businesses, the Maine Crisp Company had big plans for 2020.

“San Francisco, New York City. All these cheese shows, gluten free expos... everything was cancelled.”

Co-founders Steve and Karen Getz started the Maine Crisp Company in their kitchen back in 2014 and quickly grew.

“We started ordering more ingredients and things started taking over the house.”They expanded to a space on Railroad Square in Waterville and hired additional employees to make the Aroostook county buckwheat-based gluten-free snacks.

“These are actually loaves of bread and then you slice them and re-bake them and they’re loaded with nuts and seeds and dried fruit.” says Karen.

Despite the setbacks of the pandemic, they are planning to move to a larger facility in May."

- Spencer Roberts

To watch the full video and go behind the scenes, click the link below:

Snack producer in Waterville moving to a larger facility in Winslow

About Maine Crisp

Founded and operating out of Waterville, Maine, Maine Crisp Company is a pioneer in using naturally gluten-free buckwheat and a unique combination of nuts, seeds and dried fruit. The resulting crackers are being served in some of the finest cheese shops and specialty food stores in the nation.  The three flavors are Wild Blueberry Walnut, Cranberry Almond, Cinnamon Maple. They will be joined by others as the company grows.

Media inquiries coordinated by:

Elaine Theriault-Currier
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