Reser's Fine Foods, Inc., a United States corporation based in Beaverton, Oregon, manufactures and distributes fresh and frozen prepared foods. Over 1,000 products are available in the 50 U.S. states, Canada, Guam, Mexico, and areas of the Far East. Its prepared foods are sold in national grocery chains, independent outlets, and convenience stores. Oregon State University's footballstadium, Reser Stadium, is named after the company, which is one of its sponsors. As of 2010, annual revenue was approximately $700 million in annual revenue, ranking Reser's as the sixth largest private company in Oregon by revenue.
Reser's grew from the potato salad business started by Mildred and Earl Reser in 1950, based in Cornelius, Oregon. Shortly after incorporating on May 14, 1959, Reser's moved from Cornelius to a 33,000 square foot (3,000 m²) facility in Beaverton, Oregon. Rapid growth over the next 30 years brought Reser's to its present-day operations at 12 plants with over 2800 employees. In 2011, the company purchased Oklahoma-based competitor Vaughan Foods for $18.3 million, and the assets of Orval Kent for $69.2 million. As of 2014, the company had almost 4,800 employees and was operating 16 facilities, in the United States and Mexico. In July 2014, it announced plans to build a 310,000-square-foot (29,000 m2) facility in Hillsboro, Oregon, but indicated that its headquarters would remain at the current site in Beaverton.