USA: New World Pasta not to shutter Omaha plant after all
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based New World Pasta, a leading marketer and supplier of dry pasta in the US and Canada, will not close manufacturing operations at its Omaha, Nebraska facility on 31 March 2002. New World Pasta had announced 26 September 2001 that it intended to close the Omaha facility, which employs 18 salaried and 72 hourly workers, in March of this year.
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