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July 20, 2000 | ALEX KATZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A national cookie company famous for making animal crackers will receive $12 million in federal Empowerment Zone funds to help build a factory on Garry Avenue near the Santa Ana River, the City Council decided Monday. The $113-million-a-year, 140-year-old Stauffer Biscuit Co. is moving its West Coast baking operation from Tustin to Santa Ana. The Santa Ana factory's assembly line will use 9,000 pounds of dough every hour when it starts running early next year, company officials told the council.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 2000 | ALEX KATZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A national cookie company famous for making animal crackers will receive $12 million in federal Empowerment Zone funds to help build a factory on Garry Avenue near the Santa Ana River, the City Council decided Monday. The $113-million-a-year, 140-year-old Stauffer Biscuit Co. is moving its West Coast baking operation from Tustin to Santa Ana. The Santa Ana factory's assembly line will use 9,000 pounds of dough every hour when it starts running early next year, company officials told the council.
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September 5, 2000
* Construction has begun on a 217,000-square-foot bakery building for York, Pa.-based Stauffer Biscuit Co., manufacturer of Original Animal Crackers, at Gateway Corporate Centre on Garry Avenue near the Santa Ana River in Santa Ana. Michael Hartel of Colliers Seeley represented the bakery in its 15-year, $21.5-million lease of the property. John Sutherland of Property Resources Inc. represented the landlord, Ewing Development Co.
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