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July 12, 1988 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
Carnation Co. said its dairies division has agreed to sell its Main Street milk and juice plant in Los Angeles to Main Street Milk Co., an affiliate of Investcorp, an international investment bank with offices in New York, London and Bahrain. Carnation declined to disclose the purchase price. The sale of the plant on North Spring Street means that the focus of the Southern California dairies division will be on ice cream, ice cream novelties, yogurt and cottage cheese, Carnation said.
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July 13, 1988 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
Carnation milk, once a staple of family meals and school lunches, is disappearing from California. "In the state of California, it will be phased out," Carnation Co. spokesman Dick Curd said Tuesday. Curd acknowledged the planned discontinuance of the label after the Los Angeles-based company revealed plans to cease milk production at its 59-year-old plant in Oakland.
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July 13, 1988 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
Carnation milk, once a staple of family meals and school lunches, is disappearing from California. "In the state of California, it will be phased out," Carnation Co. spokesman Dick Curd said Tuesday. Curd acknowledged the planned discontinuance of the label after the Los Angeles-based company revealed plans to cease milk production at its 59-year-old plant in Oakland.
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July 12, 1988 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
Carnation Co. said its dairies division has agreed to sell its Main Street milk and juice plant in Los Angeles to Main Street Milk Co., an affiliate of Investcorp, an international investment bank with offices in New York, London and Bahrain. Carnation declined to disclose the purchase price. The sale of the plant on North Spring Street means that the focus of the Southern California dairies division will be on ice cream, ice cream novelties, yogurt and cottage cheese, Carnation said.
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