Amalgamated Sugar has over a century of heritage that has led us into a bright future
The Ogden Sugar Company is incorporated in Ogden, Utah with a plant built the following year.
The Logan Sugar Company is founded.
Ogden Sugar and Logan Sugar consolidate to form The Amalgamated Sugar Company. Four days later, Amalgamated Sugar acquires the Oregon Sugar Company.
Amalgamated Sugar constructs a new factory in Twin Falls, Idaho. This facility is the oldest of our factories still in operation today.
Another factory is built in Paul, Idaho and begins operation. This factory is known as the Mini-Cassia factory, and is still in operation today.
Amalgamated boasts production at eight factories – 5 in Utah and 3 in Idaho – with a combined capacity of 5,100 tons of sugarbeets a year. Utah (Ogden, Logan, Lewiston, Brigham City, Smithfield) and Idaho (Burley, Twin Falls, Paul)
Amalgamated Sugar acquires the White Satin trademark to use for marketing.
The first issue of The Sugarbeet, a Company agronomic and industry news publication is published after being discontinued during the Great Depression. The magazine is still in publication today.
The Nyssa, Oregon factory is built.
Amalgamated Sugar starts manufacturing and selling its first feed products to sheep and cattle farms in the Twin Falls and Nyssa areas.
Amalgamated Sugar erects a large illuminated sign in Portland, Oregon featuring the words “White Satin Sugar”. The sign still stands today, though it no longer displays White Satin Sugar.
The Nampa, Idaho factory is built and begins operations.
A distribution and liquid sugar facility is built in Portland, Oregon in order to better service the Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington markets. This facility is still in operation today.
A beet seed development laboratory is built next to the factory in Nyssa, Oregon.
Amalgamated Sugar is recognized as the second largest sugar beet refiner in the United States.
Sugarbeet growers come together to form the Snake River Sugar Company (a cooperative) to buy and operate Amalgamated Sugar.
Amalgamated Research Inc. (ARi) is purchased to continue research efforts for equipment and machinery used in the sugar production process.
Amalgamated Sugar begins to market and sell sugar through National Sugar Marketing.
Today, the Twin Falls, Paul, and Nampa factories remain in operation, producing a total of up to 2.2 billion pounds of sugar each year.