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Stone America Announces Mel’s Drive-In Partnership with Vita Foods

Stone America has announced that current client Mel’s Drive-In has signed its first food licensing agreement with Vita Foods to develop a line of branded burger sauce and seasoning, chili sauce and seasoning, dessert toppings, and pancake syrups. The Mel’s Drive-In line will feature various flavors that the Mel’s Drive-In consumer has enjoyed at Mel’s over the years. The products will be released early next year.

The Vita Seafood division is a U.S. leader in the herring production market and the refrigerated salmon marketplace, and is engaged in several other food segments, including cream cheese, cocktail sauce, tartar sauce, and horseradish. Vita markets and sells these items under the Vita, Elf, and Grand Isle brands. More than 95 percent of Vita Seafood’s sales are in kosher foods. Vita Specialty Foods, Inc., Vita’s wholly owned subsidiary, markets and sells sweeteners, salad dressings, barbecue sauces, and other meat enhancements, dessert toppers, and salsas.

Made famous by George Lucas’ 1973 film American Graffiti, the original Mel’s Drive-In was founded in 1947 by Mel Weiss and Harold Dobbs in San Francisco. Mel’s was also used as a location in the 1967 film Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, starring Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn.

Mel’s has licensing agreements with Universal Theme Parks with Mel’s locations in Hollywood, Florida, Japan, and Singapore.

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