Penguin Point

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Since 1950, Penguin Point has been serving delicious burgers, fries, chicken, shakes, and tenderloin sandwiches to the great people of Indiana. We take pride in our customer service and serving quality food at an affordable price. Penguin Point Franchise system Inc. began as a carhop drive-in on June 6, 1950 by two Stouder families Wallace and Mary Stouder and his brother Lloyd and Heleta Stouder and was only open during summer. The modern-day corporation was formed by the two brothers in June 1961 and now operates 13 restaurants in northern Indiana, a catering company, and a restaurant equipment company. The first restaurant was opened at junction of State road 13 and 15 in Wabash and still operates today as one of the top restaurants.

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2.5

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Industry

Fast Food Restaurant Companies

Category

Food & Drink

ESG/Ethical Impact

Penguin Point’s operations can impact the environment through energy consumption, waste generation, and sourcing practices, which may include the sustainability of ingredients used in their menu items. Commitment to sustainable sourcing of food ingredients can have positive impacts on biodiversity, local communities, and responsible agriculture practices. Increasing transparency in the supply chain can ensure the traceability and sustainability of food and other products used in Penguin Point’s restaurants. Identifying and addressing potential risks related to food safety, supply chain disruptions, and other ESG factors that may impact the restaurant business.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$14,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3

Customer Rating

4

Company Size

100-1000

ESG Risk Rating

3

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