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Residents in Linn County may soon have an answer to the old question "Pepsi or Coke?" SVC Manufacturing, a subsidiary of PepsiCo, is proposing building a Gatorade and Propel Fitness Water production and packaging plant on 250 privately owned acres. If approved, SVC would begin work on the $165 million, 900,000-square-foot production plant and the $85 million, 400,000-square-foot packaging plant, both of which would open in 2008. Together the plants would bring 200 jobs into the area within their first year of operation.

 

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