Nikken Foods USA, Inc. Announces Move to a New Larger Distribution Center

ST. LOUIS, MO (February 4, 2010) – Nikken Foods USA, Inc. is moving to a new location at 4984 Manchester Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri. The move is planned for the middle of February. A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held during the recent meetings of the Nikken Foods board of directors visiting from Japan. The ceremonial green ribbon was cut by Mr. Kourin Ochi, Chief Financial Officer and Mr. Hirotsugu Yamanishi, Managing Director Global Sales, Nikken Foods Corporation Ltd., Tokyo Japan.

“The new larger distribution center and USA corporate offices will accommodate our growing customer demand for our products,” explained Mr. Herbert Bench, Executive Vice President, Nikken Foods USA, Inc.

Also participating in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony were Mr. George Armenta, President Lilar Corporation; Mr. K. Sato, President Nikken Foods USA, Inc.; Mr. Herbert Bench, Executive Vice President Nikken Foods USA, Inc.; Mr. Kengo Hayashi, North America Manager Nikken Foods Corporation Ltd., Tokyo Japan; and the Nikken Foods USA, Inc. staff.

The new distribution center and corporate office is 20% larger than the current space and provides three dock doors and a loading ramp. In addition to the expanded distribution center, the facility will also house the company’s new modern corporate offices and its state of the art Application Kitchen, a fully functional test kitchen used for research and development.

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Nikken Foods USA, Inc. has manufacturing and distribution facilities around the world producing the widest variety of natural savory flavors and soy sauce powders available anywhere. Since 1964, the company has been a pioneer in new product development and innovative production techniques including anchovy powders, clam broth blends, dried oriental vegetables, and continuous vacuum dried natural flavor bases. Visit for more information.

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