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Foster Farms (poultry company): Quiz

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Question 1: [1] In 1959, Foster Farms built a processing plant in ________, and in 1960, the company's headquarters were moved there from Modesto.
Merced, CaliforniaWinton, CaliforniaLivingston, CaliforniaLos Banos, California

Question 2: In 1969, Max and Verda Foster turned the company over to their son, Paul Foster, who became ________ of Foster Farms[2].
United StatesOfficial residencePrime ministerPresident

Question 3: days[3] When the chicks hatched, they would take them to different ranches for about 52 days, while they ate the company’s own corn and ________ meals.
MaizeSoybeanMilkSoy milk

Question 4: Sales tripled between 1975 and 1988; by 1987, Foster Farms was selling about 140 million chickens per year[3], making it the largest chicken producer in ________.
Sacramento, CaliforniaLos AngelesCaliforniaSan Jose, California

Question 5: In 1998, Foster Poultry Farms pleaded guilty in the United States District Court, by violating the federal ________.
Discharge Monitoring ReportStormwaterWater pollutionClean Water Act

Question 6: In 1997,the company bought the leading poultry producer in ________, Pederson’s Fryer Farms, for about $7 million.
OregonWashingtonAlaskaNorthwestern United States

Question 7: [2] This addition included Zacky Farms' Fresno plant, hatchery, feed mill and live productions ranches, as well as its ________ distribution center.
Glendale, CaliforniaLos AngelesSan Jose, CaliforniaLong Beach, California

Question 8: With the discovery that saturated fat intake was linked to ________, Americans began to eat less red meat and more chicken[4].
Heart diseaseMyocardial infarctionCardiovascular diseaseCardiomyopathy

Question 9: In 1973, Foster Farms opened a major distribution center in ________, California, serving southern California.
Glendale, CaliforniaTorrance, CaliforniaPasadena, CaliforniaEl Monte, California

Question 10: [3] In November 1989, Foster Farms obtained a turkey processing center in ________, California, from Roxford Foods.
Sacramento, CaliforniaFresno County, CaliforniaBakersfield, CaliforniaFresno, California







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