History

Celebrating over 40 years in business, International Food Products remains focused on creating long-term relationships with its clients and vendors.

Because the company has been owned and operated by the same family for four decades, we have been able to consistently support our philosophy: the customer comes first.

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Fred Brown purchases International Distributing from United Bag
1974
Becomes national starch distributor
1976
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Opens an office in Kansas City, MO
1984
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Begins selling vegetable oils
1987
Purchases Prairie Street Liquid plant and formed International Sweeteners Co.
1988
Purchases the Coca Cola plant on Virginia Street in St. Louis, MO
1989
Starts packing oil at Virginia Street plant
1990
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Starts packing granulated and powder sugar at Virginia Street plant
1991
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International Distributing becomes International Food Products (IFP)
1993
Purchases and moves into Amalgamated plant in Muncie, KS and creates new company: International Sweeteners of KS

1994
International Sweeteners merges with International Food Products
2001
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Sells more than 200 million pounds of sugar
2001
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Purchases Dairy House
2001
Dairy House begins selling Stabilizers
2004
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Honored with Distributor of Distinction for Outstanding Sales of Specialty Starches
2005
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Clayton Brown becomes CEO
2006
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Begins selling flour
2007
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Begins selling food-grade chemicals
2012
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International Food Products and Dairy House announce merger
2012
Complete construction on a new Hazelwood, MO distribution center, production and quality assurance facility
2014

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