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Local Ocean Spray employee honored with highest recognition

9:33 PM, May 9, 2013  |  Comments
James Peterson
James Peterson
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A south Wood County man is one of three excellence award recipients from Ocean Spray Cranberries board of directors, the Massachusetts-based cranberry giant announced Thursday.

James Peterson, area manager of agricultural operations and manager of Ocean Spray's receiving station in Babcock, received the cooperative's highest form of employee recognition to honor individuals who embody the essential, founding principles, according to an Ocean Spray news release.

Wisconsin produces more than 50 percent of the cooperative's cranberries, and Peterson, who has worked for Ocean Spray for 46 years, serves as the primary point of contact for its Wisconsin growers, according to the news release. He previously received the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association's service to the industry award.

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