Historic places and people in the land of milk and honey: Wisconsin's treasure: a tribute to our past, a celebration of the present and our commitment to continue the good life
[Nestlé], p. 85 PDF (364.1 KB)
stl[6's Burlington, Wisconsin plant, set on acres of attractively landscaped )unds, is one-of-four Nestl6 Chocolate inufacturing facilities in the United tes. California Architects, John A. Blume 6,ssociates, designed the Burlington plant ease of expansion. Nelson, a general itractor from Racine, Wisconsin, con- icted it in 16 months, The grand opening 'emonies were held in August of 1966. stl6's Burlington facility employs approxi- ately 500 employees and produces a riety of chocolate products, including :h popular brand names as Nestl6 iocolate Quik®, Toll House® Semi-Sweet )rsels®, Fun-Size Nestl6 Crunch®, 100 Grands, Oh Henry!®, Raisinets®, GoobersO, Nestl6 Buncha Crunch" and a variety of Bulk Chocolates and Ice Cream Bar Coatings. The plant is one of the most pro- gressive Nestl6 manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and reflects the pride and quality consciousness of its employees. In addition to producing quality, great tast- ing chocolate, Nestl6 Burlington works with the city each year to plan the Chocolate City Festival. Thousands of people take part in the festivities from throughout Wisconsin and the surrounding states. Together, we all share in one of America's favorite taste bud tantalizers - - CHOCOLATE! N-e-tle-. 85
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