Each participant in the USC/WAFC Food Industry Management Program is supported by a scholarship grant from a food industry organization or individual. The vision and generosity of the Program's scholarship donors have allowed the University to serve the food industry since 1958.


Nestle Hormel, Farmer John, Muscle Milk KraftHeinz  
  Pepsi Co Unilever  

Jim & Janet Brown
Jim & Janet Brown
Goodspeed Charitable Fund
Goodspeed Charitable Fund
Robert & Carolyn HermannsRobert &
Carolyn Hermanns
    John & Linda RunyanJohn &
Linda Runyan

Albertsons Companies C&S Wholesale Grocers Cub Cares FredMeyer
Northgate Market Raley's Smart & Final Stater Bros. Charities
SuperValu Foundation  


 Acosta Sales & Marketing

Anheuser Busch Arla Barilla


Sheila G's Bumble Bee Seafoods Bunzl

Chicken of the Sea Chobani Clif Bar
Crossmark Coca-Cola Dean Foods
Dr Pepper Snapple Group
Ecos Empire
Ferrero USA Flowers Bakeries
Georgia-Pacific Golden West Food Group Hallmark
Hershey Hidden Villa Ranch Hostess
KeHE Kimberly-Clark
Kings Hawaiian Kraft Heinz Manzana
Melissa's MillerCoors Mission Mondelez International
Muscle Milk Nestle Waters
Niagara Water Nucal Foods, Norco Ranch Oracle Pabst Brewing Co.
Pacific Wine & Spirits Pepsi
Ruiz Foods Sargento Shasta
Smithfield Smuckers Snack Factory
Southern Wine & Spirits Sparkling Ice Starbucks Ste. Michelle
Sugar Bowl Bakery TNG Retail Solutions
TreeHouse Foods Tyson Unilever Youngs Market
Zacky Farms      


Dannon FHI Friends of the Industry Idahoan
Jennie-O Milton's Craft Bakers Musco Olives Navajo
North American Breweries PECO Pallet rePlanet