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Our food scientists work tirelessly to maximize your bacon enjoyment. They deserve many awards, and industry critics agree.
Every ingredient serves a purpose. Nothing extra is added, and all ingredients work together to create a superior product.
Bacon is nature's meat candy, but we have reformulated it to be a part of a nutritious diet; beyond the role of just candy.
We employ local talent to craft our products that we proudly share with the entire world.
We're an open book. We value transparency and consumer education by regularly releasing disclosure reports.
We guarantee all our products. If you're not satisfied, let us know, and we'll make it right.
Located in downtown San Francisco, California, baconly's singular mission is to bring more happiness to everyone's life. We are passionate bacon lovers and bacon makes us happy. Our hypothesis is that the world will be a better place if more people made and enjoyed bacon; and not war.
Our unique team hails from different life experiences. Our collective backgrounds span from: science to theater, materials manufacturing to medieval economics, and organic chemistry to canine psychiatry.
Our founder, Kevin Bacon (no relation), is a strong believer in keeping an open mind and welcoming different ideas. He encourages everyone to follow their passion, because somewhere along the way, everyone will discover something about themselves, and learn valuable skills that they can apply to their work.
One time, our Chief Science Officer ("CSO") obtained an original sample of the 1998 limited-time condiment, Szechuan teriyaki dipping sauce, from McDonald's. McDonald's released the sauce to coincide with the animated Walt Disney film, Mulan, which is about the story of a brave daughter who posed as a man and enrolled into the Chinese military to take her wounded father's place in the fight against the Hun invasion. After the promotion, the sauce was removed from all McDonald's restaurants. By using that sample, our CSO was able to create a micro-batch of the sauce with sub-atomic precision. She also worked with our Head of Manufacturing to recreate the packaging. Not only was this a rewarding project for everyone involved, we took the learnings from this project and applied it to our flavoring research and developed better foil adhesives for our products.
Thus, it is our company policy to have regular activities for everyone outside of the office so everyone can get to know each other in unstructured and informal settings. Offsites give everyone the chance to share hobbies and interests. This makes it easier to relate to one another and communicate effectively We also understand what makes each of us happy and what makes us upset. This empathy is an implicit trust that everyone on our team shares and key part of encouraging teamwork. Does this sound like a team you'd like to be a part of? Send us your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org