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Flavors of North America Announces Name Change

December 9, 2005

Flavors of North America, Carol Stream, IL, has changed its name to Fona International, Inc. The new name reflects Fona’s considerable growth in the international market during the past five years, according to company executives. Fona has offices in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the UK.
“The goal of our name change is to let our customers know that Fona can serve their needs wherever they are located around the world,” said Joe Slawek, president. “Equally important is the message that Fona is continually growing-in staff and capability. This growth only strengthens our ability to deliver innovation, technology, speed and flexibility on a global scale.”
Along with the name change, Fona also adopted a new corporate identity including a new logo and website, www.fona.com.
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