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Smucker increases its production

J.M. Smucker aims to increase sales of Rachael Ray Nutrish pet foods, and plans to meet anticipated higher pet food sales with greater production at the company's facility in Meadville, Pennsylvania.

The eight production lines and approximately 300 employees at the Meadville plant will likely be called on to increase production as Nutrish reaches for the billion-dollar goal.

|22 August 2019

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