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Courtesy of Pinnacle Food
Total sales: $19,823,580
Total sales: 11,336,290
Avg. price: $1.75
The company, started in Detroit by Polish immigrant Frank Vlasic in 1912 as a creamery, expanded into pickles and then relish during World War II. The company is now Pinnacle Food, which is based in Cherry Hill, N.J., and owned by private equity firm Blackstone Group. Vlasic relish, the nation’s most popular, accounts for slightly more than 17 percent of the $115 million U.S. relish market.