We are so thrilled and honored for our Dill Pickle Ketchup to be a “Food trend you need to know in 2024” featured on Good Morning America! Thanks for the selection Better Homes & Gardens! If you haven’t tried it yet, order it today!
Watch the clip at: Food trends you need to know in 2024 – Good Morning America
Our founder Jonathan Leal was honored to share his story with the On The Menu podcast! Click to hear him share about his Milo’s WWG journey on the June 4 episode.
Owner Jonathan Leal’s mother, Dorothy, is known as Grandma to his nephews, but is considered a “Gram” by many. Since she loves sharing Milo’s WWG products, we will begin to share periodic Milo-Grams about the lucky recipients of her stash of product.
The heart nurse she had last year, Melinda, was very happy to try some Apple Bacon BBQ Sauce!
This article first appeared in The Athens Messenger
Father’s Day is long over for 2023 and for many that’s a relief. It’s a day tinged with lot of feelings that for some people are not all warm and fuzzy.
Milo’s WWG founder Jonathan Leal was blessed with a father who provided rich childhood experiences and continues to serve as a guide and life mentor. With no birth children of his own, Leal has immersed himself in having ... Read More
Brownwood Farm’s Dill Pickle Ketchup with Bourbon has been named the 2023 sofi™ Gold Product Award Winner in the Condiments, Dressings and Marinades category. The Specialty Food Association’s (SFA) sofi™ Awards—which have been bestowed annually since 1972—are a top honor in the $175 billion specialty food industry.
The 2023 sofi™ Awards recognized a Gold Winner and a New Product Winner in each of 53 specialty food and beverage product categories. Nearly 2,000 products from domestic andternational ... Read More
Friends of Milo’s WWG,
While this company I founded in 2003 here in the rolling hills of southeast Ohio has grown and blossomed, not many know about my family’s deep roots in Mexico. With a last name like Leal (“loyal” in Spanish), the bloodline is one we’re very proud of. In fact, Milo is a family name going back to an ancestor in the 1800s, the details of which have been lost to time. My grandfather, ... Read More
We are so excited to announce Brownwood Farms took home five of the 2023 Scovie Awards! Three of our products won 1st place and two of them took a 2nd place spot!
The annual Scovie Awards recognize top fiery foods products from around the globe. It is one of the world’s most competitive gourmet food competitions. In a rigorous blind tasting, a panel of culinary experts sample hundreds of gourmet foods before naming the winners. In ... Read More
Posted: October 8, 2022 by ACEnet at
Big Expansion News with Milo’s Whole World Gourmet – ACEnet (acenetworks.org)
ACEnet Food Ventures tenant Milo’s Whole World Gourmet, LLC, is a fast-growing manufacturer of branded and private label specialty foods located in southeast Ohio. Founded in 2003 by Jonathan Leal and his team, Milo’s started with just three pasta sauces. Steadily expanding, in 2022 they implemented a major $1 million dollar, 2100-sq ft expansion to their production facility located ... Read More
Story by ACEnet
ACEnet Food Ventures tenant Milo’s Whole World Gourmet is set to open their brand new $1 million 2100-sq ft production facility at ACEnet’s Food & Farm Enterprise Center in Nelsonville!
“We have been experiencing exponential growth,” said Jonathan Milo Leal, founder and owner of Milo’s WWG, which produces the Brownwood Farms line of specialty foods. “This new facility will allow us to turbo-charge our growth, and take on larger customers that we haven’t had ... Read More
Sure, we like to promote Milo’s WWG products for Cinco de Mayo. Hellooo. Salsa, anyone?
But did you know about the company’s Latinx roots? The “Milo” in the company name comes from owner Jonathan’s middle name. Milo is a family middle name going back several generations. Those roots trace back to Mexico, though the details are hard to gather.
Jonathan spent a couple of years as a child in Mexico, where, if photographic evidence is to be ... Read More