Congressman Jim Costa dropped in on Los Banos Foods Inc., a California Dairies Inc. processing plant on Monday for a tour. Led by plant manager Dana Horne and Erik Snoke, the company’s vice president of operations, Costa learned about turning raw milk into cheeses. Costa, a third-generation dairyman from the Fresno area, was impressed by the plant’s water reclamation system, which saves water from the cheese-making process and repurposes it for a limited set of uses, such as cleaning.
Congressman Jim Costa dropped in on Los Banos Foods Inc., a California Dairies Inc. processing plant on Monday for a tour. Led by plant manager Dana Horne and Erik Snoke, the company’s vice president of operations, Costa learned about turning raw milk into cheeses. Costa, a third-generation dairyman from the Fresno area, was impressed by the plant’s water reclamation system, which saves water from the cheese-making process and repurposes it for a limited set of uses, such as cleaning. dwitte@losbanosenterprise.com
Congressman Jim Costa dropped in on Los Banos Foods Inc., a California Dairies Inc. processing plant on Monday for a tour. Led by plant manager Dana Horne and Erik Snoke, the company’s vice president of operations, Costa learned about turning raw milk into cheeses. Costa, a third-generation dairyman from the Fresno area, was impressed by the plant’s water reclamation system, which saves water from the cheese-making process and repurposes it for a limited set of uses, such as cleaning. dwitte@losbanosenterprise.com

D.C. big cheese tours Los Banos dairy plant

April 14, 2014 08:41 PM

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