about Schwan’s Company

Driven by a passion for food, Schwan’s Company is committed to bringing our customers delicious, chef-inspired foods made from quality ingredients. While many know Schwan’s for its iconic yellow delivery trucks that bring more than 300 delicious foods directly to homes, the company also offers foods in venues such as schools, restaurants and convenience stores, and provides brands liked Red Baron®, Freschetta®, and Tony’s® pizza, Pagoda® Asian style snacks, and Mrs. Smith’s® and Edwards® desserts in grocery and club-store freezers.

Schwan’s Company strives to provide a culture of meaningful participation based on founder Marvin Schwan’s values of growth, hard work, helping one another, enthusiasm and integrity. These values help guide us as we compete to win as one Schwan’s team for the benefit of our consumers, customers and employees.

“We are excited to forge this new relationship with reacHIRE. This gives us a new connection point to a diverse and talented pool of candidates.”

— Scott Peterson, EVP & Chief Human Resources Officer

why we partner with reacHIRE

Schwan’s Company is committed to fostering an environment in which team members with a collective mix of backgrounds, experiences and viewpoints are empowered to participate meaningfully in achieving our goals. We recognize that a diverse and inclusive culture allows us to more effectively serve our customers, exceed consumer expectations and develop our valued employees.

reacHIRE powerUPTM training session at Schwan’s

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reacHIRE powerUPTM training session at Schwan’s

reacHIRE powerUPTM
training session at Schwan’s

Exceeding customer expectations

Exceeding customer

employee resource groups and partnerships

Schwan’s Company offers an array of resources focused on diversity and inclusion issues, including employee networking groups. Schwan’s Women’s Network and Schwan’s Young Professionals Network provide support, mentoring, networking and career-development opportunities to its members. The company also partners with external organizations such as Enactus, the Network of Executive Women, Women Food Service Forum and the University of Minnesota’s WILL program.

Network of Executive Women