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The Preston plant, where Sparkling Ice is made, produces about 84 million bottles a year
The company, which employs 270 people, was founded by Bill Hansen and Scott Peterson and is still owned by the duo, along with a group of other investors
The company, based in a 35,000-square-foot facility in Woodinville, was founded in 1982 by Robert Strasser
LightArt has 80 employees, most of them in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood
The company employs 43 and has annual sales of $10 million.
Producing six brands and a wide variety of flavors and cuts, Partners employs 70 people and has the capacity to produce about 11 million crackers a day.
Founded in 1983, Metagenics produces nutritional supplements, medical foods and lifestyle programs to help people achieve their health goals.
A division of PACCAR since 1945, Kenworth workers assemble about 2,500 trucks a year in Renton.
The Tumwater manufacturer employs 25 workers and distributes through independent stores, small chains and direct-to-consumer sales.
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