Breaking the Mold

Dudlicek, James
May 2008
Dairy Foods;May2008, Vol. 109 Issue 5, p80
Trade Publication
The article presents a corporate profile of Oregon Ice Cream Co. in Eugene, Oregon and features its ice cream manufacturing. The 68,000-square-foot plant was opened in 1956 to manufacture ice cream. The company has 150 employees and during peak season they increase to 200. The company has total processing capacity of 12 million gallons packaged and 80 million novelties. INSET: AT A GLANCE.


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