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Binghamton Kosher Dairy Facility To Open

Milk processing could resume within a few months at a landmark dairy plant in Binghamton.

The Crowley Foods facility on Conklin Avenue was shut down by HP Hood about two-and-a-half years ago. About 54 people had been working at the plant when it was closed

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Conklin Warehouse Now Operated By Balford Farms

Balford Farms of New Jersey has taken over operations of a Broome County dairy products distribution facility.

The Conklin warehouse is used to serve Crowley Foods customers in the Northeast

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Conklin Dairy Warehouse To Be Operated By NJ Firm

A New Jersey-based company has announced it plans to use a Broome County dairy products distribution facility that had been expected to close next month.

Balford Farms of Burlington today said it has reached a deal with HP Hood to transfer the Crowley dairy operations that have been served from a Conklin warehouse

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HP Hood Closing Conklin Facility

The HP Hood dairy product distribution operation in Broome County will close in a few weeks.

The Massachusetts-based company has announced the facility in the town of Conklin will be shut down. The move will affect 32 employees at the Conklin Road site

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No Plans To Retire Crowley Milk Brand

A year after HP Hood shut down the Binghamton Crowley dairy processing plant on the city's South Side, some area residents are wondering whether the brand that's been associated with milk in this region will disappear

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Bob Joseph/WNBF News

Future Of Old Binghamton Crowley Plant Uncertain

Nearly a year after the landmark Crowley Foods plant on Binghamton's South Side was shut down, there's still no word on what will happen with the property.

The plug was pulled on the Conklin Avenue milk processing facility March 16

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