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  2. McKee Foods - Wikipedia

    McKee Foods Corporation is a privately held and family-owned American snack food and granola manufacturer headquartered in Collegedale, Tennessee. The corporation is the maker of Drake's Cakes , Fieldstone Bakery snacks and cereal, Little Debbie snacks, and Sunbelt Bakery granola and cereal. [6]

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    Make Your Next Sweet Career Move View Jobs Join our Talent Community McKee Foods—A Family Bakery McKee Foods Corporation, best known for our Little Debbie product line, is a privately held food manufacturing company. When we bake, the world smiles—but those smiles begin

  6. Teen Mom OG Star Mackenzie McKee Running NYC Marathon for ...

    McKee recalls her mother suggesting their entire family play a "game" and check their blood sugar. When it got to McKee's turn, the reality star's blood sugar was over 600, which she calls "coma ...

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  9. Who We Are | Little Debbie

    In 1960, McKee Foods founder O.D. McKee was trying to come up with a catchy name for their new family-pack cartons of snack cakes. Packaging supplier Bob Mosher suggested using a family member's name. Thinking of what could be a good fit for the brand, O.D. arrived at the name of his 4-year-old granddaughter Debbie.

  10. Wetland and Aquatic Research Center | U.S. Geological Survey

    Over the past century, piñon and juniper trees have encroached into sagebrush steppe lands of the interior United States, and managers have for many years removed trees to stimulate the favored understory.

  11. Leadership - Aramark

    Mr. Orobono served as Aramark’s SVP, Global Supply Chain from 1991-2015, and from 1981-1991 as Vice President of Distribution-ARA Services, also known as Woodhaven Foods. In 2015, Mr. Orobono left Aramark and founded his own supply chain consulting business in the noncommercial foodservice management space.