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Bell Flavors & Fragrances average salary is $47,840, median salary is $47,840 with a salary range from $47,840 to $47,840.
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Marketing Specialist 47,840-47,840 Hackensack, NJ, 07601 2015 Bell Flavors & Fragrances Marketing Specialist Salaries (1)
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  • Bell Flavors & Fragrances , Inc.
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Northbrook, IL
  • Bell Flavors & Fragrances began as the William M. Bell Company founded in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Bell's flavors were extremely innovative during these early years in the Flavor Industry. His previous education as a Flavor Chemist in Confections gave him a great understanding of flavors, but it was his creative nature that captured his customers taste. In the early years, William M. Bell sold his creative flavors to local ice cream parlors, grocery stores, and soda pop shops. The William M. Bell Company's flavors became so demanding he had to expand, his first manufacturing facility was on West Grand Avenue...