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The Maola Milk & Ice Cream Company started in 1935. Contemporary milk companies like Coble and Pine State have either gone out of business or been absorbed by conglomerates. At age 66, Maola, the state's last independent dairy, is going strong into the 21st century. The dairy has a workforce of 500 statewide, and in 2000 completed a $10 million expansion at its New Bern plant.
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6216
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The Maola Milk & Ice Cream Company opened the Cow Cafe in New Bern in 1994, right across the street from its plant. Decorated in black and white, the cafe has attracted a local following and is a favorite of hundreds of vacationers from out-of-state.
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7213
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The Maola Milk & Ice Cream Company started in 1935, in New Bern. The company's name is a combination of the owner's last name, Mayo, and Coca-Cola. F.E. Mayo owned the New Bern Coke distributorship and the milk company. Dodd traces the company's growth from four employees in 1935 to more than 400 in 2005. Ice cream is now produced at the High Point plant, while the New Bern plant produces about 80,000 gallons of milk per day, as well as juice products.
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10946
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Kathleen Barnes is the only woman president of a dairy in the country. Her husband founded Maola Milk in 1935 in New Bern, and she was elected company president following his death in 1961. The company started with one building, two trucks, and seven employees. Today the company employs over 400 with an annual payroll of $2 million.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 27 Issue 11, Nov 1969, p184, 237, il, por
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32965
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In 1935, Harvey L. Barnes founded the Maola Milk & Ice Cream Company in New Bern. The dairy company began with two trucks and seven employees, and grew into a multi-million-dollar company. Maola’s dairy products are tested for flavor and quality at the company’s certified laboratory.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 42 Issue 11, Nov 1984, p90-92, il, por