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Elizabeth Fujas

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Rising Sun Farms Inc

HQ Phone:  (541) 535-8331

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Rising Sun Farms Inc

5126 S Pacific Hwy

Phoenix, Oregon,97535

United States

Company Description

Rising Sun Farms is committed to producing top quality foods, full of flavor and wholesome goodness. All products are 100% free of preservatives, artificial additives, growth hormones and trans fats. Since its inception, every item has always been 100% natural...more

Background Information

Employment History

Oregon Enterprise Forum


Affiliations

Economic Development David Sampson

Assistant Secretary of Commerce


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workingwomanreport.com

"There is an enormous amount of verification and process documentation," said Rising Sun Farms founder Elizabeth Fujas, whose firm holds Level 3 certification, the highest standard.
Rising Sun has two staff members - a production quality manager and an SQF practitioner - assigned to record findings and vet suppliers. "We have to do a certificate of analysis with every shipment that the product has been lab tested for yeast, mold and all kinds of bacteria," Fujas said.


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"There is an enormous amount of verification and process documentation," said Rising Sun Farms founder Elizabeth Fujas, whose firm holds Level 3 certification, the highest standard.
Rising Sun has two staff members a production quality manager and an SQF practitioner assigned to record findings and vet suppliers. "We have to do a certificate of analysis with every shipment that the product has been lab tested for yeast, mold and all kinds of bacteria," Fujas said. "It's expensive, but it's a very good process." Rising Sun Farms has about 125 suppliers, including 20 from Oregon and five in Jackson County. Certification standards have modestly thinned the ranks of suppliers, some who didn't want to deal with the extra costs, she said. "We didn't lose a lot, but we lost some that are hard to replace," Fujas said. "Since then, most retailers have jumped on the bandwagon," Fujas said. Food safety and quality control are a part of the growing cost to consumers, Fujas said. "We haven't really increased our prices," she said. "But prices escalate as distributors want higher margins when their cost of business is higher. Whether for labor issues or insurance, the cost of doing business has gone up. Retailers are looking for higher margins, too." Rising Sun's business model has evolved for a number of reasons. There is no longer an in-house sales and wine tasting room. The recession played a role as did traffic patterns, Fujas said. The production line runs three overlapping shifts 14 hours a day, Monday through Thursday, with a staff of 35 much of the year, expanding to 65 during the fall as holiday inventory is built up. Elizabeth and Richard Fujas launched their enterprise in 1982, pioneering the use of organic ingredients in their tortas.


www.risingsunfarms.com

Rising Sun Farms' owner and founder, Elizabeth Fujas, attributes the company's success to a number of factors.
"We start with the very best ingredients, always responsive to changing market dynamics, to bring the customer exceptional products for the new millennium. We follow that with top-notch customer service and the hardest working team in the business for a sure-fire, winning formula." Elizabeth says the company isn't resting on its laurels.


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According to Rising Sun Farms owner and founder, Elizabeth Fujas, Mild Curry owes its success to its unique flavor profile, crafted with a dedication to excellence in the marketplace..
"Exceptional taste, variety of uses, beautiful packaging...all in a product that clearly stands out from the crowd. There's something for everyone in this fun flavor. Elizabeth says Mild Curry Cheese Torta is typically prepared as an appetizer with crackers and also often served over pasta, fish or chicken.


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Elizabeth Fujas, owner and founder of Rising Sun Farms, credits the on-going success of the company's offerings to a dedication to top-quality and flavor.


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