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Phil Hockemeyer

President and Chief Executive Officer

Darlington Farms

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Darlington Farms

802 Mulberry St.

Noblesville, Indiana, 46060

United States

Company Description

Darlington is an established family-owned commercial bakery providing nourishing pre-baked packaged snacks to the foodservice and retail industries. We understand nut allergies are a growing concern for many, so we went the extra mile to make sure all of our A...more

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Darlington | Appleways | Crave-N-Rave | History

In early 1983, current Darlington president/CEO, Phil Hockemeyer, and his food marketing company, BP Foods, took over the national marketing and sales of the foodservice division.
Its first major break came via cookie orders from the nursing home industry. Phil continued to represent the company until 1987, when he went on to focus 100% of his efforts on growing his nutritional products company. The Darlington Farms brand was originally used to promote both divisions but by the late 1980's, the foodservice division was branded as Darlington Cookie Company. Tom Ellis, one of the owners of Ellison Bakery, and Phil Hockemeyer became partners and purchased Darlington from the Ellis family in late 1995. In 2009 the company changed ownership when Phil Hockemeyer purchased the shares of his partner Tom Ellis.


Darlington | Appleways | Crave-N-Rave | History

In early 1983, current Darlington president/CEO, Phil Hockemeyer, and his food marketing company, BP Foods, took over the national marketing and sales of the foodservice division.
Its first major break came via cookie orders from the nursing home industry. Phil continued to represent the company until 1987, when he went on to focus 100% of his efforts on growing his nutritional products company. The Darlington Farms brand was originally used to promote both divisions but by the late 1980's, the foodservice division was branded as Darlington Cookie Company. Tom Ellis, one of the owners of Ellison Bakery, and Phil Hockemeyer became partners and purchased Darlington from the Ellis family in late 1995. In 2009 the company changed ownership when Phil Hockemeyer purchased the shares of his partner Tom Ellis.


http://www.mdjonline.com/view/full_story/23844535/article-Snack-company-hangs-hopes-on-healthier-fare-with-whole-grain-eats?instance=home_viewed

Ryan Hockemeyer, left, has followed his father, Phil, into the family business, The Darlington snack company in Noblesville, Ind. Growing concerns over America's obesity epidemic have the 15-employee Noblesville company hanging its hopes on healthier fare: all-natural, whole-grain-rich snacks that Hockemeyer thinks will appeal to the increasingly health-conscious masses.
NOBLESVILLE, Ind. - Once upon a time, Phil Hockemeyer ran a cookie company. The Darlington snack company for 30 years peddled sweet treats to large institutional users - think schools, hospitals and nursing homes - across the United States and Canada. But growing concerns over America's obesity epidemic have the 15-employee Noblesville company hanging its hopes on healthier fare: all-natural, whole-grain-rich snacks that Hockemeyer thinks will appeal to the increasingly health-conscious masses. These days, Hockemeyer and his employees carefully avoid the word "cookie. "The response so far has been outstanding," Hockemeyer, Darlington's owner and president, told the Indianapolis Business Journal. Darlington is up for the challenge, Hockemeyer said, crediting company chef Justin Miller, who used his bakery-science expertise - and an on-site test kitchen - to come up with great-tasting products that also meet school-nutrition requirements. "We want it to be a 'wow,'" Hockemeyer said, "not like you're eating twigs and seeds."


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Phil Hockemeyer, President, Darlington Farms Cookie Co.



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