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Publication Date: 12/1996
Pages: 4
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Food producer automates batching, then eliminates blowback dusting

A producer streamlines ingredient batching, then fine-tunes system.

Mexican Original, Fayetteville, Ark., a unit of Tyson Foods, operates four food production plants in three states. At the Fayetteville plant, the producer makes heat-pressed corn and flour tortillas for distribution to food services and retailers.

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