McKee Foods Transportation.


McKee Foods began in 1934 by an ambitious couple that purchased a Chattanooga bakery called Jacks Cookie Company. The husband, O.D. McKee sold 5-cent cakes from the back seat of his 1928 Whippet car during the Depression. 

One factor of success is McKee Foods most important goal is to treat people right.


McKee Foods produce the best line of Little Debbie brand snack cakes because they provide consumers with quality products of excellent value. They do business with integrity.

McKee Foods Corporation manufactures and distributes their snacks throughout U.S. and Canada every week.


McKee Foods Transportation consists of 48 foot by 100 inch insulated trailers driven by teams.  Half of the trailers are outfitted with air-ride suspensions and all could handle loads up to 45,000 pounds.


McKee Foods has distribution facilities in Collegedale, Tennessee; Gentry, Arkansas; Stuarts Draft, Virginia; and Kingman, Arizona. They are focus in securing inbound freight to areas near these facilities.


McKee Foods Corp. offers the opportunity to gives similar service to other shippers while they cover their own costs.

They have distributorship opportunities in the following areas: CALIFORNIA:  South Orange County, North Orange County (Fullerton and Anaheim), Huntington Beach, Long Beach; COLORADO: Broomfield, Boulder, Leadville; DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Washington, D.C.; DELAWARE: Wilmington; KANSAS: Colby; MARYLAND: Rockville, Bellaire, Montgomery County; MAINE, Ellsworth; VIRGINIA: Northern Virginia, Harrisonburg, Fredericksburg; MASSACHUSETTS: Boston, Western Mass., Worcester, Northern Corner, Amesbury, Newburyport, Rowley, Ipswich, Middleton, Peabody; NEW HAMPSHIRE: Sebrook; NEW YORK: Nyack (Rockland County); NEW JERSEY: Park Ridge, Montvale, Williamtown, Hudson County (Pearl River area); OHIO: Cincinnati, Dayton; PENNSYLVANIA: Philadelphia; SOUTH DAKOTA: Piere; WISCONSIN: Hudson.