|Subsidiary of Post Holdings, Inc.|
|Headquarters||Carrington, North Dakota|
|Timothy J. Dodd, CEO|
|Products||dry pasta, durum wheat|
|Website||Dakota Growers Pasta Company, Inc|
Dakota Growers Pasta Company is 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.
- "Post Holdings Completes Acquisition of Dakota Growers Pasta Company". Post Holdings, Inc. January 2, 2014. Retrieved February 12, 2014.
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