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Rosina Food Products streamlines its operation.

Rosina Food Products, Inc. and Celentano Food Products, Inc. have announced that Celentano is moving its pasta and entree plants from Verona, NJ to West Seneca, NY.

The move will ultimately combine production and distribution in one facility.

"This is an ideal scenario for us," states Russell Corigiliano, president and CEO of Rosina Food Products, Inc.. "With the growth our company has been experiencing over the past few years, we need to plan for additional capacity. The new building will achieve this for us. With the close proximity to our Rosina[R] meatball plant, it will allow us to continue to run an efficient operation as well as provide potential new product opportunities in the future."

Rosina Food Products, Inc. is family-owned and headquartered in Buffalo, NY. The product offering consists of Rosina-branded and private label frozen meatballs, Italian sausage links and patties, meatloaf, and pizza toppings. The Celentano brand represents pasta such as ravioli, tortellini, stuffed shells, manicotti, and gnocchi in addition to breaded eggplant and entrees. The organic Vegetarian brand also carries the Celentano name. The products are sold through retail and foodservice channels, and can be found throughout North America.

For quick and easy meal solutions, visit the Rosina website at www.rosina.com or call 1-888-767-4621.
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Title Annotation:Celentano Food Products Inc. moving plants West Seneca, NY.
Publication:Frozen Food Digest
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U2NY
Date:Dec 1, 2003
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