Tomatoes are processed at Stanislaus Food Products in Modesto, Calif., on July 26, 2012. The Boyd Company Inc., in a new study on operating costs for processing plants, said Modesto’s are the lowest among five locales it analyzed in California. It also praised the area’s job-training efforts and its ability to move products by road, rail, ship and air.
Tomatoes are processed at Stanislaus Food Products in Modesto, Calif., on July 26, 2012. The Boyd Company Inc., in a new study on operating costs for processing plants, said Modesto’s are the lowest among five locales it analyzed in California. It also praised the area’s job-training efforts and its ability to move products by road, rail, ship and air. Joan Barnett Lee Modesto Bee file
Tomatoes are processed at Stanislaus Food Products in Modesto, Calif., on July 26, 2012. The Boyd Company Inc., in a new study on operating costs for processing plants, said Modesto’s are the lowest among five locales it analyzed in California. It also praised the area’s job-training efforts and its ability to move products by road, rail, ship and air. Joan Barnett Lee Modesto Bee file

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