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CONTINENTAL GRAIN COMPANY. Formed in 1813, ContiGroup Companies, Inc (CGC) was founded by Simon Fribourg in Arlon, Belgium, as a grain-trading firm. Formerly known as Continental Grain, ContiGroup has expanded into a multinational corporation with offices and facilities in 10 countries while employing more than 13,500 people worldwide. Today, CGC is one of the largest privately held corporations in the United States.  
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CONTINENTAL GRAIN COMPANY. Formed in 1813, ContiGroup Companies, Inc (CGC) was founded by Simon Fribourg in Arlon, Belgium, as a grain-trading firm. Formerly known as Continental Grain, ContiGroup has expanded into a multinational corporation with offices and facilities in 10 countries while employing more than 13,500 people worldwide. Today, CGC is one of the largest privately held corporations in the United States. (1) In 1999 the company was purchased by Cargill which chose not to continue the Dubuque operation. (2)
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The 1987 through 1993 '''Dubuque City Directory''' listed 1050 Kerper.  
  
 
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"ContiGroup Companies," Wikipedia, Online: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ContiGroup_Companies
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1. "ContiGroup Companies," Wikipedia, Online: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ContiGroup_Companies
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2. "Grain Deal Gets DOJ Nod," CNN News, July 8, 1999, Online: https://money.cnn.com/1999/07/08/companies/cargill/
  
The 1987 through 1993 '''Dubuque City Directory''' listed 1050 Kerper.
 
  
 
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CONTINENTAL GRAIN COMPANY. Formed in 1813, ContiGroup Companies, Inc (CGC) was founded by Simon Fribourg in Arlon, Belgium, as a grain-trading firm. Formerly known as Continental Grain, ContiGroup has expanded into a multinational corporation with offices and facilities in 10 countries while employing more than 13,500 people worldwide. Today, CGC is one of the largest privately held corporations in the United States. (1) In 1999 the company was purchased by Cargill which chose not to continue the Dubuque operation. (2)

The 1987 through 1993 Dubuque City Directory listed 1050 Kerper.

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Source:

1. "ContiGroup Companies," Wikipedia, Online: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ContiGroup_Companies

2. "Grain Deal Gets DOJ Nod," CNN News, July 8, 1999, Online: https://money.cnn.com/1999/07/08/companies/cargill/