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Food Protection Alliance Continues to Grow

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The group has added Dixon Pest Services.

| October 16, 2013

Food Protection Alliance continues to grow their membership since their inception in 2004.  They are proud to announce the growth of their group with the addition of Dixon Pest Services. 

Dixon Pest Services is based out of Thomasville, Ga., and has 49 + years of knowledge and expertise to share with all current and future FPA customers in their area of operation.  Dixon recognizes the importance of protecting a brand name, especially in the food industry. Dixon’s trained professionals and utilization of state of the art technology will add strength to the FPA.

Food Protection Alliance continues to be a Quality National Food Safety Pest Management provider to the industry as they continue to grow stronger.  To learn more about Food Protection Alliance, visit www.fpalliance.com or call 877/372-3334.
 

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