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1897

The Ogden Sugar Company is incorporated in Ogden, Utah with a plant built the following year.

1901

The Logan Sugar Company is founded.

1902

Ogden Sugar and Logan Sugar consolidate to form The Amalgamated Sugar Company. Four days later, Amalgamated Sugar acquires the Oregon Sugar Company.

1915

Amalgamated Sugar builds a new factory in Twin Falls, Idaho (still in operation today).

1917

Another factory is built in Paul, Idaho and begins operation.

1918

Amalgamated boasts production at eight factories – 5 in Utah and 3 in Idaho – with a combined capacity of 5100 tons. Utah (Ogden, Logan, Lewiston, Brigham City, Smithfield) and Idaho (Burley, Twin Falls, Paul)

1934

Amalgamated Sugar acquires the White Satin trademark to use for marketing.

1938

The Nyssa, Oregon factory is built.

1939

Amalgamated Sugar starts manufacturing and selling its first feed products to sheep and cattle farms in the Twin Falls and Nyssa areas.

1942

The Nampa, Idaho factory is built and begins operations.

1950

Amalgamated Sugar is first listed on the New York Stock Exchange

1950

A distribution center is built in Portland, Oregon – much larger than the Seattle distribution center used previously.

1954

A beet seed development laboratory is built in Nyssa, Oregon.

1990

Amalgamated Sugar is recognized as the second largest sugar beet refiner in the United States.

1997

Growers form the Snake River Sugar Company (the Cooperative) to buy and operate Amalgamated Sugar.

2008

Amalgamated Research Inc. (ARi) is purchased to continue research efforts for equipment and machinery used in the sugar production process.

2011

Amalgamated Sugar begins to market and sell through National Sugar Marketing.

2016

Today, the Twin Falls, Paul, and Nampa factories remain in operation, producing a total of up to 1.6 billion pounds of sugar each year.

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