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Closing of Cheribundi production plant leaves hole in local supply chain (access required)

Cheribundi’s decision to pull out of production in the Geneva area and use a co-packer in Michigan will leave a hole in the Western New York food processing world. Cheribundi announced in January that it will start contracting for its tart cherry juice products in Shelby, Mich., and closed down its production line the next week. ...
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