Disrupt and Sustain

When we hear about companies that are ‘disruptive’ we tend to think about brands like Uber or Netflix – brands that use innovative technology to flip a traditional model on its head.

But behind the label and miles away from Silicon Valley are companies who embrace the same rebellious spirit. Like us.

For years the baking industry has been slow to innovate. Evolution was just not a big priority. After all, dough is just dough right? Well, not for us. That’s why FGF took a different approach and built a company that thrives on quality and the ability to create, produce, and ship a product quickly.

We believe in this model so much that our internal structure is shaped by a ‘disrupt and sustain’ archetype. That means that every day one group of team members are creating a new and innovative product, while another group is working to ensure last week’s innovation can be mass-produced and scaled.

So what’s the big benefit at the end of the day? Why bother implementing a system so untraditional? Because putting product innovation first and cutting red tape creates happier team members. And happier team members create an environment where people love coming to work, love sharing their ideas and love feeling that every day they are part of something bigger than themselves.

FGF in the news

FGF Takes One Step Closer To Carbon Neutrality

FGF Brands has purchased Green-e Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) that cover 100% of the emissions generated in 2021 by the consumption of electricity at our Texas facility.

COVID-19 Update: How we work to keep our team and your food safe.

At FGF, we take COVID-19 very seriously and do everything we can to ensure the safety of our Team Members. We have – and continue to work – in a cooperative and transparent manner with the proper authorities including the Ministry of Labour, and Toronto Public Health.

AnyVision explores biometrics in food distribution and logistics applications

AnyVision recently hosted a webinar in collaboration with FGF Brands to discuss the potential of face recognition and other biometric technologies in distribution and logistics applications.