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Myron L Meters Thanks Plastipak!

Posted by 17 Feb, 2012

Tweet DuPont’s 23rd Awards for Packaging Innovation honored Plastipak for a cost-cutting, more efficient technology for hot fill processing, ThermoShape™. This technology supports a new lightweight PET container for hot fill beverages. ThermoShape™ makes it possible to use 20% less material without the need for vacuum panels, and with no impact on the performance of […]

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DuPont’s 23rd Awards for Packaging Innovation honored Plastipak for a cost-cutting, more efficient technology for hot fill processing, ThermoShape™. This technology supports a new lightweight PET container for hot fill beverages. ThermoShape™ makes it possible to use 20% less material without the need for vacuum panels, and with no impact on the performance of the bottle.

“The nominees and winners this year show how sustainability considerations are driving innovation,” Shanna Moore, global director of sustainability at DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers, said in a news release. “We see how sustainability takes many shapes, ranging from use of organic or renewable materials to the relentless drive to reduce waste and weight.”

Plastipak shares the excitement DuPont expressed by recognizing a broad field of admirable advances in sustainable packaging solutions. Winning entries included innovations such as packaging trays made with renewable bamboo and bulrush fiber-based material. This new package, the judges felt, pushed the boundaries of pulp trays, reducing both cost and material weight. It is also easier to open and offers more room for marketing-related graphics.

Another packager won praise for its mushroom seeds-to-packaging product, which is grown from mycelium and regionally sourced agricultural byproducts such as cotton burrs and oat hulls. The package is made of ultra-rapidly renewable resources and is completely compostable. The jury found it to be a cost-effective, sustainable replacement for expanded polystyrene or other materials used in protective packaging.

According to DuPont, the trends among the 2011 award recipients bear out the results of a recent DuPont online survey of packaging professionals. Survey respondents picked sustainability as the top challenge facing the packaging industry, closely followed by cost concerns.

“Nearly all of the winning innovations related to reducing waste in the system,” jury panel head John Bernardo, a principal at Sustainable Innovations, said. “The jury could see a much deeper consideration of sustainability concerns, starting with responsible sourcing and thoughtful package design, all the way to end-of-life factors.”

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Gracias, Reactivos Y Seguridad Industria, S.A.!

Posted by 17 Feb, 2012

Tweet Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Reactivos Y Seguridad Industria, S.A. Please visit us on the web at: http://www.myronlmeters.com Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777 Google +:   https://plus.google.com/112342237119950323462 Twitter:       http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters Linkedin:     http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro YouTube:    http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters News:         http://waterindustrynews.com

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Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Reactivos Y Seguridad Industria, S.A.

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Myron L Meters Thanks the California Strawberry Commission!

Posted by 17 Feb, 2012

Tweet History of the Commission The California Strawberry Commission was enacted by enabling legislation and a referendum of farmers and handlers in 1993. The Commission succeeds the California Strawberry Advisory Board established in 1955. State marketing orders and commissions are formed by legislation which authorizes self-taxation by farmers. This self-assessment funds Commission activities and projects. […]

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History of the Commission

The California Strawberry Commission was enacted by enabling legislation and a referendum of farmers and handlers in 1993. The Commission succeeds the California Strawberry Advisory Board established in 1955. State marketing orders and commissions are formed by legislation which authorizes self-taxation by farmers. This self-assessment funds Commission activities and projects.

Strawberry Commission activities fall into five major areas: food safety, production and nutrition research, trade relations, public relations and public policy.

Activities are developed, approved and implemented under the authority of the Commission’s committees, with final approval provided by the Commissioners. This committee structure ensures that the activities of the Commission are thoroughly considered and enacted in the best interest of the industry. The Commission also has public members to ensure that programs advance the greater interest of the community.

Market Share 
California is the nation’s leading producer of strawberries. In 2008, growers harvested nearly 1.8 billion pounds of strawberries, which accounted for 86 percent of the country’s total fresh and frozen strawberry production. The coast of California has a unique environment. Its western ocean exposure provides moderate temperatures year round with warm sunny days and cool foggy nights — the perfect combination for growing delicious, beautiful strawberries!

Value 
The value of the California strawberry crop is approximately $2.1 billion. According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture, strawberries are the seventh most valuable fruit crop produced in California.

Acreage and Growing Districts 
Statewide, strawberries will be produced on over 37,914 acres in 2009 (2009 Acreage Survey).

Coastal California’s rich sandy soil and temperate climate extends the strawberry growing season 500 miles up the coast from San Diego to the Monterey Bay. Strawberry production generally shifts between north and south with the changing seasons. Fall and winter production starts in October in Ventura County and extends south into Orange and San Diego Counties in late December or early January. Production in the south generally extends into April or May. Staggered planting schedules in the Santa Maria area extends the season, with the harvest beginning in March, and continues into the late fall.

California’s northern strawberry growing region is south of San Francisco and includes Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties and some acreage in Santa Clara and San Benito counties. The cities of Watsonville and Salinas account for almost half of the state’s strawberry acreage. Shipments from northern areas begin in April, peak in May or June, and continue through November.

Growing & Harvesting 
Strawberries are grown as an annual crop in California. The plants are first grown in a nursery and then transplanted into the soil by growers. Plants are replaced each year following the harvesting period and lay dormant in production fields through the winter in the northern districts. Nursery plants destined for strawberry production fields are planted in October or November for winter planting or in late July through September for summer planting.

California’s 12-month growing season contributes to higher strawberry yields per acre than any other growing area. Other areas of the country have shorter production cycles, from an average of five-months to as short as a few weeks.

All California strawberries are hand picked to ensure only the highest quality berries are harvested. Strawberry plants continually produce new fruit throughout their production cycle, and during peak season plants are harvested every three days. Of all the California strawberries produced each year, approximately 75 percent are harvested for the fresh market, while about 25 percent are frozen for the processed market. Fresh strawberries are rushed to coolers, where huge fans pull out the field heat, and then shipped within 24 hours on refrigerated trucks or air freighted to their final destination. Strawberries selected for processing are gently washed, sorted and frozen quickly to ensure the best flavor and appearance is retained. Berries are sliced, pureed or kept whole for freezing.

Approximately 16.3 percent of the fresh California strawberry crop is annually exported. Canada, Mexico, Japan and Hong Kong are the largest importers of California strawberries. Canada receives the majority of California’s fresh and frozen exports.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with the California Strawberry Commission.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Microzone Corporation!

Posted by 16 Feb, 2012

Tweet For over 40 years, Microzone Corporation has been designing and manufacturing various forms of environmental air control equipment to meet the specialized needs of science and technology. Our products and services are marketed worldwide through a network of representatives and distributors. Products offered by our Laboratory Equipment Group consist of: Biological Safety Cabinets, Laminar Flow Workstations, […]

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For over 40 years, Microzone Corporation has been designing and manufacturing various forms of environmental air control equipment to meet the specialized needs of science and technology.

Our products and services are marketed worldwide through a network of representatives and distributors. Products offered by our Laboratory Equipment Group consist of: Biological Safety Cabinets, Laminar Flow Workstations, Clean-Ceil Laminar Flow Workstations, Fume Hoods, Fully Exhausted Polypropylene Laminar Flow Workstations, Wet Chemical Modular Processing Stations, Acid Hoods, Clean-Ceil Fan Filter Modules and Forensic Identification Products. The products and services offered by the Cleanroom Services Group consist of: Turnkey Modular or Stick-built Cleanrooms, Softwall and Hardwall Cleanrooms, USP 797 Sterile Cleanroom Suites, Containment Facilities, Cleanroom Components and Consultation/Design Services.

We also have solutions for all your specialized Trace Element Analysis needs including, Polypropylene or PVC Workstations, and Metal Free Clean Laboratories.

CLEANROOM SERVICES GROUP

The Cleanroom Services Group of Microzone Corporation has been providing design/build services for decades to the life sciences and advanced technologies marketplace. Some of the important aspects that set us aside from other companies is our in-house capabilities, our factory manufactured Cleanroom products, our design and consulting services and our turnkey specialty construction capabilities.

Our Cleanroom Services Group can design, specify, and manage the installation of your complete Cleanroom. We are experienced in the following areas:

  • Strategic Planning and Feasibility Studies
  • Cleanroom Filtration Systems
  • Mechanical & Environmental Air Control Systems
  • Facility Control and Computer Based Monitoring Systems
  • Facility Process Support Systems
  • Architectural, Structural and Engineering Services
  • Construction Management Services
  • Design Build Services
  • Validation/Qualification Services & Equipment and Facility Thermal Mapping

Our customers have benefited from our value engineering capabilities. Many clients are faced with limited budgets and fast track scheduling demands, which do not make the A & E Plan/Spec approach particularly attractive.

Once we have been retained on a project, our design team prepares a detailed analysis of your requirements and develops specifications for your project and produces drawings on state-of-the-art CAD systems.

We also familiarize ourselves with your process and process flow, and lay out all utilities specific to your needs. Cleanroom facilities are normally mechanically intensive and involve the application of high efficiency particulate filtration (HEPA) and specialized air conditioning systems. Close tolerance temperature and humidity control as well as complex process support equipment. Whatever your end point requirements may be, our team will design the system, specify equipment, select materials, and manage the installation of all utilities.

Project reporting is continuously monitored via our project management service and on our Cleanroom computerized job cost accounting system which includes detailed estimates and all the information you need on costs, including budget tracking, actual committed dollars and any budget variance. All data is constantly updated throughout the project.

When your project is complete, we provide you with a complete report, which includes electronic and hard-copy records of drawings, specifications, and scheduling; detailed budget and variance reports; change order records; and warranties for all equipment and services.

Our goal is to provide all our clients a high quality, functional and cost effective Cleanroom facility.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Microzone Corporation.

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Myron L Meters Thanks the California Strawberry Commission!

Posted by 16 Feb, 2012

Tweet History of the Commission The California Strawberry Commission was enacted by enabling legislation and a referendum of farmers and handlers in 1993. The Commission succeeds the California Strawberry Advisory Board established in 1955. State marketing orders and commissions are formed by legislation which authorizes self-taxation by farmers. This self-assessment funds Commission activities and projects. […]

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History of the Commission

The California Strawberry Commission was enacted by enabling legislation and a referendum of farmers and handlers in 1993. The Commission succeeds the California Strawberry Advisory Board established in 1955. State marketing orders and commissions are formed by legislation which authorizes self-taxation by farmers. This self-assessment funds Commission activities and projects.

Strawberry Commission activities fall into five major areas: food safety, production and nutrition research, trade relations, public relations and public policy.

Activities are developed, approved and implemented under the authority of the Commission’s committees, with final approval provided by the Commissioners. This committee structure ensures that the activities of the Commission are thoroughly considered and enacted in the best interest of the industry. The Commission also has public members to ensure that programs advance the greater interest of the community.

Market Share 
California is the nation’s leading producer of strawberries. In 2008, growers harvested nearly 1.8 billion pounds of strawberries, which accounted for 86 percent of the country’s total fresh and frozen strawberry production. The coast of California has a unique environment. Its western ocean exposure provides moderate temperatures year round with warm sunny days and cool foggy nights — the perfect combination for growing delicious, beautiful strawberries!

Value 
The value of the California strawberry crop is approximately $2.1 billion. According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture, strawberries are the seventh most valuable fruit crop produced in California.

Acreage and Growing Districts 
Statewide, strawberries will be produced on over 37,914 acres in 2009 (2009 Acreage Survey).

Coastal California’s rich sandy soil and temperate climate extends the strawberry growing season 500 miles up the coast from San Diego to the Monterey Bay. Strawberry production generally shifts between north and south with the changing seasons. Fall and winter production starts in October in Ventura County and extends south into Orange and San Diego Counties in late December or early January. Production in the south generally extends into April or May. Staggered planting schedules in the Santa Maria area extends the season, with the harvest beginning in March, and continues into the late fall.

California’s northern strawberry growing region is south of San Francisco and includes Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties and some acreage in Santa Clara and San Benito counties. The cities of Watsonville and Salinas account for almost half of the state’s strawberry acreage. Shipments from northern areas begin in April, peak in May or June, and continue through November.

Growing & Harvesting 
Strawberries are grown as an annual crop in California. The plants are first grown in a nursery and then transplanted into the soil by growers. Plants are replaced each year following the harvesting period and lay dormant in production fields through the winter in the northern districts. Nursery plants destined for strawberry production fields are planted in October or November for winter planting or in late July through September for summer planting.

California’s 12-month growing season contributes to higher strawberry yields per acre than any other growing area. Other areas of the country have shorter production cycles, from an average of five-months to as short as a few weeks.

All California strawberries are hand picked to ensure only the highest quality berries are harvested. Strawberry plants continually produce new fruit throughout their production cycle, and during peak season plants are harvested every three days. Of all the California strawberries produced each year, approximately 75 percent are harvested for the fresh market, while about 25 percent are frozen for the processed market. Fresh strawberries are rushed to coolers, where huge fans pull out the field heat, and then shipped within 24 hours on refrigerated trucks or air freighted to their final destination. Strawberries selected for processing are gently washed, sorted and frozen quickly to ensure the best flavor and appearance is retained. Berries are sliced, pureed or kept whole for freezing.

Approximately 16.3 percent of the fresh California strawberry crop is annually exported. Canada, Mexico, Japan and Hong Kong are the largest importers of California strawberries. Canada receives the majority of California’s fresh and frozen exports.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with the California Strawberry Commission.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Microzone Corporation!

Posted by 16 Feb, 2012

Tweet For over 40 years, Microzone Corporation has been designing and manufacturing various forms of environmental air control equipment to meet the specialized needs of science and technology. Our products and services are marketed worldwide through a network of representatives and distributors. Products offered by our Laboratory Equipment Group consist of: Biological Safety Cabinets, Laminar Flow Workstations, […]

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For over 40 years, Microzone Corporation has been designing and manufacturing various forms of environmental air control equipment to meet the specialized needs of science and technology.

Our products and services are marketed worldwide through a network of representatives and distributors. Products offered by our Laboratory Equipment Group consist of: Biological Safety Cabinets, Laminar Flow Workstations, Clean-Ceil Laminar Flow Workstations, Fume Hoods, Fully Exhausted Polypropylene Laminar Flow Workstations, Wet Chemical Modular Processing Stations, Acid Hoods, Clean-Ceil Fan Filter Modules and Forensic Identification Products. The products and services offered by the Cleanroom Services Group consist of: Turnkey Modular or Stick-built Cleanrooms, Softwall and Hardwall Cleanrooms, USP 797 Sterile Cleanroom Suites, Containment Facilities, Cleanroom Components and Consultation/Design Services.

We also have solutions for all your specialized Trace Element Analysis needs including, Polypropylene or PVC Workstations, and Metal Free Clean Laboratories.

CLEANROOM SERVICES GROUP

The Cleanroom Services Group of Microzone Corporation has been providing design/build services for decades to the life sciences and advanced technologies marketplace. Some of the important aspects that set us aside from other companies is our in-house capabilities, our factory manufactured Cleanroom products, our design and consulting services and our turnkey specialty construction capabilities.

Our Cleanroom Services Group can design, specify, and manage the installation of your complete Cleanroom. We are experienced in the following areas:

  • Strategic Planning and Feasibility Studies
  • Cleanroom Filtration Systems
  • Mechanical & Environmental Air Control Systems
  • Facility Control and Computer Based Monitoring Systems
  • Facility Process Support Systems
  • Architectural, Structural and Engineering Services
  • Construction Management Services
  • Design Build Services
  • Validation/Qualification Services & Equipment and Facility Thermal Mapping

Our customers have benefited from our value engineering capabilities. Many clients are faced with limited budgets and fast track scheduling demands, which do not make the A & E Plan/Spec approach particularly attractive.

Once we have been retained on a project, our design team prepares a detailed analysis of your requirements and develops specifications for your project and produces drawings on state-of-the-art CAD systems.

We also familiarize ourselves with your process and process flow, and lay out all utilities specific to your needs. Cleanroom facilities are normally mechanically intensive and involve the application of high efficiency particulate filtration (HEPA) and specialized air conditioning systems. Close tolerance temperature and humidity control as well as complex process support equipment. Whatever your end point requirements may be, our team will design the system, specify equipment, select materials, and manage the installation of all utilities.

Project reporting is continuously monitored via our project management service and on our Cleanroom computerized job cost accounting system which includes detailed estimates and all the information you need on costs, including budget tracking, actual committed dollars and any budget variance. All data is constantly updated throughout the project.

When your project is complete, we provide you with a complete report, which includes electronic and hard-copy records of drawings, specifications, and scheduling; detailed budget and variance reports; change order records; and warranties for all equipment and services.

Our goal is to provide all our clients a high quality, functional and cost effective Cleanroom facility.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Microzone Corporation.

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Myron L Meters Thanks American Foods Group!

Posted by 14 Feb, 2012

Tweet Myron L Meters is proud to do business with American Foods Group. Please visit us on the web at: http://www.myronlmeters.com Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777 Google +:   https://plus.google.com/112342237119950323462 Twitter:       http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters Linkedin:     http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro YouTube:    http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters News:         http://waterindustrynews.com Fresh Meats DivisionAs the fifth-largest beef processing company in the […]

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Myron L Meters is proud to do business with American Foods Group.

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Fresh Meats Division
As the fifth-largest beef processing company in the United States, we ship over 4 million pounds of beef a day. The Fresh Meats Division of American Foods Group supplies quality beef at competitive prices to customers in the food service, retail, and international markets.

Located in Five Midwestern States
Our manufacturing facilities include five beef harvesting and processing plants, two ground beef plants, and three case-ready processing plants located in five Midwestern states:

- Long Prairie Packing, Long Prairie, MN
- Dakota Premium Foods, South St. Paul, MN
- Cimpls Inc., Yankton, SD 
- Gibbon Packing, Gibbon, NE 
- Skylark Meats, Omaha, NE 
- Skylark Meats, Bellevue, NE
- Green Bay Dressed Beef, Green Bay, WI 
- East River, Green Bay, WI
- Northland Kosher, Green Bay, WI
- Sharonville, OH

Brands You Can Trust… for Consistent Quality and Value
American Foods Group brings together a family of companies with a common purpose: to deliver meat products of consistent quality and value to customers in the retail, food service, and convenience store industries. Click on the brand logos below to learn about the wide variety of products manufactured by American Foods Group.



Sheboygan Sausage Company
When a dedicated sausage maker from Germany settled in Sheboygan, Wisconsin in 1933, little did he know that his sausage would become a household word. But it did, thanks to his knowledge and dedication to his craft. Today we use the same Old World methods—carefully smoking choice meats, blended with the finest spices, over selected hardwoods. The result is a tantalizing array of distinctive sausages with incomparable taste.

Web site: www.SheboyganSausage.com
 


 

Great American Steak Company
Served in America’s finest restaurants for many years, Great American Steak Company steaks are now available for home grilling. Our steaks are aged a minimum of 14 days, hand-cut, perfectly seasoned, individually flash frozen and vacuum packaged to capture flavor at its peak.Web site: www.GreatAmericanSteakCo.com
 

Great American Hamburgers
The Great American Hamburgers are all 100% pure ground beef. Each serving is made from our own formula of hand-selected cuts of premium beef, giving each hamburger a juicy, melt in your mouth flavor.

Web site: www.GreatAmericanHamburgers.com
 


 

Skylark
Skylark supplies corned beef and sliced liver to customers in the food service and retail markets. We use state-of-the-art packaging, processing, and freezing equipment to assure maximum quality and consistency of all our products.

Web site: www.SkylarkMeats.com


 

Big City Reds
One bite of Big City Reds beef hot dogs will change your idea of hot dogs forever! Made from the highest protein cuts of USDA choice beef, Big City Reds contain none of the artificial ingredients or fillers found in other hot dogs.Web site: www.BigCityReds.com
 

Rock River Cattle Company
From America’s heartland, our steaks are hand-cut, perfectly seasoned and individually flash frozen to capture flavor at its peak.

Web site: www.RockRiverSteaks.com

 

 

 

 

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Myron L Meters Thanks Brookhaven National Laboratory!

Posted by 14 Feb, 2012

Tweet [[posterous-content:pid___0]] The Decade Ahead  As we move through the next decade, the Lab’s vision is to be the “provider of choice” for world-class science and facilities in support of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science and its mission to enable breakthroughs that ensure a successful future for our nation. To us, this […]

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The Decade Ahead 

As we move through the next decade, the Lab’s vision is to be the “provider of choice” for world-class science and facilities in support of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science and its mission to enable breakthroughs that ensure a successful future for our nation. To us, this means excellence in all aspects of our work – from science, to safety, to project management, and more.

The Laboratory’s mission for the coming decade focuses on three broad areas: (1) advancing fundamental research in nuclear and particle physics to gain a deeper understanding of matter, energy, space, and time; (2) applying photon sciences and nanomaterials research to energy problems of critical importance to the nation; and (3) performing cross-disciplinary research to understand the relationship between climate change, sustainable energy, and the Earth’s ecosystems.

How do we do this? By pursuing the evolution and continued scientific leadership of the Lab’s user facilities — the National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS), Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), and Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) — and focusing on five major activities built on our existing core capabilities.

Core Capabilities

Over several decades, Brookhaven has developed expertise in specific areas of science and associated applications through the conception, design, construction, and operation of advanced facilities like the Alternating Gradient Synchrotron (AGS), RHIC, NSLS, and CFN. These capabilities include:

  • Particle and nuclear physics,
  • Accelerator science and technology
  • Condensed matter physics and materials science,
  • Chemical and molecular science,
  • Climate change science,
  • Biological systems science,
  • Applied nuclear science and technology
  • Applied materials science and engineering,
  • Chemical engineering,
  • Systems engineering and integration, and
  • Large-scale user facilities and advanced instrumentation.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Brookhaven National Laboratory.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Cambridge Medical Center!

Posted by 14 Feb, 2012

Tweet Cambridge Medical Center For more information please call             763-689-7700      . Related Links Hospital patient guide Cambridge Medical Center is a regional health care facility providing comprehensive health care services to more than 30,000 residents in Isanti County. The medical center is comprised of a large multi-specialty clinic and an 86-bed hospital located on one large campus. […]

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Cambridge Medical Center

For more information please call             763-689-7700      .

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Cambridge Medical Center is a regional health care facility providing comprehensive health care services to more than 30,000 residents in Isanti County. The medical center is comprised of a large multi-specialty clinic and an 86-bed hospital located on one large campus. A same day clinic, retail pharmacy, and eye care center are also located in the facility.

One of the most unique aspects of the medical center is its size. Although located in the small community of Cambridge (population 5,520), the medical center has over 150,000 clinic patient visits each year, 4,000 inpatient hospital admissions, and has over 100,000 outpatient visits annually. There are more than 65 physicians and providers on staff and 27 consulting physicians providing specialty care such as cardiology, oncology, ENT, and urology, among others. The medical center has more than 900 employees and is the largest employer in the city of Cambridge.

Cambridge Medical Center is a part of Allina Hospitals & Clinics, a family of hospitals, clinics and care services in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.

As part of Allina Hospitals & Clinics, we share a common mission and vision.

Our mission

We serve our communities by providing exceptional care, as we prevent illness, restore health and provide comfort to all who entrust us with their care.

Our vision

We will:

  • put the patient first;
  • make difference in people’s lives by providing exceptional care and service;
  • create a healing environment where passionate people thrive and excel; and
  • lead collaborative efforts that solve our community’s health care challenges.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Cambridge Medical Center.

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Myron L Meters Thanks American Foods Group!

Posted by 14 Feb, 2012

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Myron L Meters is proud to do business with American Foods Group.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Fresh Meats Division
As the fifth-largest beef processing company in the United States, we ship over 4 million pounds of beef a day. The Fresh Meats Division of American Foods Group supplies quality beef at competitive prices to customers in the food service, retail, and international markets.

Located in Five Midwestern States
Our manufacturing facilities include five beef harvesting and processing plants, two ground beef plants, and three case-ready processing plants located in five Midwestern states:

- Long Prairie Packing, Long Prairie, MN
- Dakota Premium Foods, South St. Paul, MN
- Cimpls Inc., Yankton, SD 
- Gibbon Packing, Gibbon, NE 
- Skylark Meats, Omaha, NE 
- Skylark Meats, Bellevue, NE
- Green Bay Dressed Beef, Green Bay, WI 
- East River, Green Bay, WI
- Northland Kosher, Green Bay, WI
- Sharonville, OH

Brands You Can Trust… for Consistent Quality and Value
American Foods Group brings together a family of companies with a common purpose: to deliver meat products of consistent quality and value to customers in the retail, food service, and convenience store industries. Click on the brand logos below to learn about the wide variety of products manufactured by American Foods Group.

Sheboygan Sausage Company
When a dedicated sausage maker from Germany settled in Sheboygan, Wisconsin in 1933, little did he know that his sausage would become a household word. But it did, thanks to his knowledge and dedication to his craft. Today we use the same Old World methods—carefully smoking choice meats, blended with the finest spices, over selected hardwoods. The result is a tantalizing array of distinctive sausages with incomparable taste.

Web site: www.SheboyganSausage.com
 


 

Great American Steak Company
Served in America’s finest restaurants for many years, Great American Steak Company steaks are now available for home grilling. Our steaks are aged a minimum of 14 days, hand-cut, perfectly seasoned, individually flash frozen and vacuum packaged to capture flavor at its peak.

Web site: www.GreatAmericanSteakCo.com
 


 

Great American Hamburgers
The Great American Hamburgers are all 100% pure ground beef. Each serving is made from our own formula of hand-selected cuts of premium beef, giving each hamburger a juicy, melt in your mouth flavor.

Web site: www.GreatAmericanHamburgers.com
 


 

Skylark
Skylark supplies corned beef and sliced liver to customers in the food service and retail markets. We use state-of-the-art packaging, processing, and freezing equipment to assure maximum quality and consistency of all our products.

Web site: www.SkylarkMeats.com


 

Big City Reds
One bite of Big City Reds beef hot dogs will change your idea of hot dogs forever! Made from the highest protein cuts of USDA choice beef, Big City Reds contain none of the artificial ingredients or fillers found in other hot dogs.

Web site: www.BigCityReds.com
 


 

Rock River Cattle Company
From America’s heartland, our steaks are hand-cut, perfectly seasoned and individually flash frozen to capture flavor at its peak.

Web site: www.RockRiverSteaks.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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