As part of the acquisition, Schiff’s Totowa facility, which includes a 300,000-square-foot warehouse with a 30,000-square-foot temperature-controlled area and approximately 15,000 square feet in production space, will be expanded and upgraded to streamline production and distribution capabilities.
“The shared values and common goals of Schiff and Golombeck makes this alliance a formidable entity that will anchor our position as a major source for quality spices,” a Schiff spokesperson said in a statement. “The Golombeck team will continue to be an integral part of the Schiff management team, assuring customers that they will continue to enjoy the same personal relationships they have come to expect from an industry leader.”
Beyond whole and ground spices, Schiff imports and exports seeds, herbs, allied products, dehydrated vegetables, onion and garlic, and seasoning blends.
The combined strength of the two companies will increase Schiff’s capacity, flexibility and technology, the spokesperson said.