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Published by
SFGate
October 2020

An unexpected victim of the pandemic? The Bay Area's food tour scene, which lost out on a "Willy Wonka-esque" experience after COVID's spread necessitated a shelter-in-place order.

Published by
CNN Business
October 2020

Published by: Alicia Wallace

When the Covid-19 pandemic hit the US, some businesses held fast and hunkered down. Torani, the 95-year-old company that makes those colorful bottles of flavored syrup at your local coffee shop, didn't have that luxury. Torani needed to follow through on a plan that had been years in the making: a relocation of its headquarters and manufacturing operations from South San Francisco to a brand new building across the Bay. The Covid-19 pandemic, however, turned what was already an ambitious and expensive undertaking into a dramatic exercise in operational gymnastics.

 

Published by
ABC7News
September 2020

Published by: Jobina Fortson 

Italian syrup maker Torani is looking to hire workers for its manufacturing team in San Leandro.

Published by
Businesswire.com
August 2020

Torani, the 95-year-old flavor company best known for introducing the Italian soda to America and creating the world’s first flavored latte, has completed the move from South San Francisco across the Bay to its new 330,000 square foot Flavor Factory in San Leandro, California.

Published by
BEAM Inc
November 2019

How can you lead a reinventing, ever-regenerative company that produces valued products, is honored for best employer, operates as a socially impactful Certified B Corporation, and generates continuous profit and double-digit revenue growth year-on-year, decade-after-decade—while also continuing to grow personally and professionally? We asked Torani’s CEO, Melanie Dulbecco, how she accomplishes this