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VOL. 36 | NO. 39 | Friday, September 28, 2012




Yogurt plant to expand in Centerville, add 64 jobs

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CENTERVILLE (AP) — A food processing plant in Middle Tennessee is expanding and will hire 64 more workers.

State officials announced Wednesday that AGRANA Fruit US will put about $10 million into construction at its plant in Centerville.

Company president Bob Prendes said the demand for yogurt has seen explosive growth in recent years and the Centerville plant has played a key role in AGRANA Fruit US' success.

Centerville Mayor Bob Bohn said the expansion news is very welcome in the small, rural city.

There will be a job fair on Oct. 11-12 at the Hickman County Career Center.

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