American Survival Guide - - HUNGRY FOR HONEYVILLE -

The Honeyville story goes back to 1942, when founder Low­ell Sher­ratt Sr. par­tic­i­pated in a fed­eral pro­gram to help re­set­tle dis­placed Ja­panese-amer­i­cans who were given the op­tion to move away from the West Coast. Sher­ratt saw the need and helped move these Amer­i­can cit­i­zens out of Cal­i­for­nia—thereby avoid­ing the in­tern­ment camps—to farm­land in Utah. In the 1950s, Sher­ratt bought a small grain com­pany in Honeyville, Utah. The Honeyville com­pany soon made its name in many dif­fer­ent prod­ucts in the food in­dus­try. These ranged from bak­ing sup­plies and fresh grains to food stor­age. Hearty Out­doors is just the lat­est in that suc­cess­ful line. In ad­di­tion to these meals, Honeyville of­fers a wide va­ri­ety of bak­ing sup­plies, bulk dried fruits, veg­eta­bles, dairy, meats, grains and an as­sort­ment of cook­books, cut­lery, ap­pli­ances and other use­ful items for the kitchen.

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