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Michigan Sugar

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Michigan Sugar Company
Agricultural marketing cooperative
Area served
Number of employees
Year round 700, plus 1,500 seasonal

Michigan Sugar Company is an agricultural cooperative, based in Bay City, Michigan, that specializes in the processing of beet sugar. Founded in 1906, Michigan Sugar sells beet sugar under the brand names Big Chief and Pioneer.[1]

Findlay sugar terminal
Findlay sugar terminal

Michigan Sugar operates four beet sugar factories, all located in the U.S. state of Michigan, and operates three shipping and distribution centers in Michigan and the adjacent state of Ohio. The firm has a permanent employment headcount of 700 employees, to which are added 1,500 additional seasonal employees during the times of year when sugar beets are harvested and processed.[1]

During much of its history, Michigan Sugar was a publicly traded, private-sector firm. It was later a subsidiary of Imperial Sugar; after the 2001 bankruptcy of its former parent firm, Michigan Sugar went cooperative in February 2002. Since that time the cooperative has been owned by a consortium of more than 1,000 sugar beet farmers, mostly located in Michigan's Thumb, who grow beets for processing.[1]

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See also


  1. ^ a b c "Michigan Sugar Company". Michigan Sugar Company. Retrieved 2010-06-18.
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