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Tony Golding's career in sauces began in 1972 when he purchased Mrs. Campbell's Chow-Chow. Today the Winston-Salem-based Golding Farms Food produces 250 products, including steak sauces and relishes. The company recently doubled the size of its bottling plant, due to a 30 percent sales increase in 2001. The company expects a 70 percent rise in sales in 2002.
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Once-troubled, Charlotte-based Bojangles' Restaurants Inc., is ranked No. 24 on the 2002 Business North Carolina ranking of the state's 100 largest private companies. Murray discusses the company's turn-around and its chairman and CEO Joe Drury.
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Using 2001 revenues, the Grant Thornton Accounting Firm ranked the state's 100 private companies for BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA. Companies doing business mainly in finance, real estate, retail, or healthcare do not qualify for the list. Twenty-one companies made their first appearance or returned after at least one year's absence. General Parts, Inc., of Raleigh, a distributor of replacement parts for vehicles, retained its No. 1 ranking from 2001.
Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 22 Issue 10, Oct 2002, p45, 47, 49, 51-53, il Periodical Website