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Milk processor cuts waste by 98 percent

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Organic Solutions Management technical director John Brenan,Chief engineer Matt Titus and sustainability and environmental program manager Tiffany Hooser worked to create Crystal Creamery’s award-winning sustainability program.

By BOB BALGEMANN
Business Journal writer

MODESTO — Crystal Creamery’s path to sustainable practices started in 2014 during a brainstorming session among its employees. The goal was to create a sustainable program to reduce food waste, promote socially responsibility, made sense economically and helped the company be a good neighbor to the environment.

 

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First Sacramento baby born in 2016


 

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The first baby of 2016 in the Sacramento region is a girl.

Ashlynn White was born exactly at midnight on January 1, 2016 at Kaiser Permanente in Roseville. She was 5 pounds and 2 ounces and 18 inches. 

She was scheduled to be born through C-section next Wednesday but her mom had high blood pressure and doctors decided it was best to deliver her as soon as possible.