Dakota Growers

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Dakota Growers Pasta Company, Inc
Type Subsidiary of Post Holdings, Inc.
Industry Pasta
Founded 1990
Headquarters Carrington, North Dakota
Key people Timothy J. Dodd, CEO
Products dry pasta, durum wheat
Website Dakota Growers Pasta Company, Inc

Dakota Growers Pasta Company was an agricultural processing company located in Carrington, North Dakota. It was started in 1990 as a wheat-growers cooperative and started operations in 1991. In 2002, the company became a public company.

Announced as a joint press release on March 10, 2010, Dakota Growers Pasta Company was sold to the Canadian based agribusiness Viterra, Inc. Following Viterra's acquisition by Glencore Xstrata, Dakota Growers was sold to Post Holdings, Inc. on January 1, 2014. [1]

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Vice President David Tressler and the plant were featured on the Food Network show Unwrapped. The episode focused on the manufacture of Dakota Growers Pasta's Dreamfields low-carb pasta line.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Post Holdings Completes Acquisition of Dakota Growers Pasta Company". Post Holdings, Inc. January 2, 2014. Retrieved February 12, 2014. 

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