Unilever North American Ice Cream is investing $7 million to upgrade its Good Humor-Breyers plant in Hagerstown, MD.
Unilever North American Ice Creamis investing $7 million to upgrade its Good Humor-Breyers plant in Hagerstown, MD.
Coca-Cola North Americais building a new wastewater treatment facility in Kapolei, HI, that will pre-treat plant wastewater for the company's syrup plant. The plant should be operational by March 2007.
Paris-basedDanoneis investing $66 million over three years to increase organic yogurt production capacity at itsStonyfield Farmsite in Londonderry, NH.
Nestleselected a 190-acre site in Anderson, IN, to build a $359 million, 880,000-sq.-ft. factory and distribution center. The facility will produce Nesquick ready-to-drink and Coffee-Mate liquid products. Anticipated opening is spring of 2008.
Dakota Provisionsopened its new turkey processing plant in Huron, SD, in the spring. The 150,000-sq.-ft. facility cost $45 million to build and currently employs 400 people.
A&B Process Systemsrecently opened a test center in Stratford, WI, to help food and beverage companies implement new processing technologies. Manufacturers can conduct trials using their recipes and ingredients in some of the latest fluid processing technologies, including thePDXSonic system, a self-contained process system utilizing steam-based shockwave technology to homogenize, pump, and heat simultaneously.
Plant Openings & Expansions
September 1, 2006