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Utah-Idaho Sugar Company

The Utah-Idaho Sugar Company is perhaps the largest institution in the United States devoted to the manufacture of sugar from beets. The growth of the company has been remarkable. It now has six large factories and it has planned for the year 1909-10 to produce over 1,000,000 bags. The product last year was 987,013 bags. The capacity of the plants and their location follows:

Lehi, Utah, 1000 tons daily; Garland, Utah, 600 tons daily; Idaho Falls, Ida., 600 tons; Sugar City, Idaho, 800 tons; Blackfoot, Idaho, 600 tons; Nampa, Idaho, 600 tons; or a total daily capacity of 4200 tons.

Utah-Idaho Sugar Company

This company has an authorized capital of $10,000,000 preferred stock, and $3,000,000 common stock. It has issued $8,102,180 of its preferred stock and the entire amount of its common stock. The officers of the company follow: Joseph F. Smith, president; Thomas R. Cutler, vice-president and general manager; Horace G. Whitney, secretary and treasurer. The board of directors is composed of Joseph F. Smith, John Henry Smith, John R. Winder, Thomas R. Cutler, Heber J. Grant, John C. Cutler, W. S. McCornick, George Romney and C. W. Nibley. The offices of the company are at Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Source: Sketches of the Inter-Mountain States, Utah, Idaho and Nevada, Published by The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1909 



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