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May 24, 2006
Governor to visit Burrillville salami-production plant
Governor Carcieri plans to visit a new salami-production company, Stedagio, in a Burrillville industrial park this morning.
Stedagio, located at 1000 Daniele Drive off of Route 102, is an offshoot of Daniele Inc., an Italian meat-processing company that has been in the village of Pascoag, in Burrillville, since 1976.
Stefano L. Dukcevich, who is president of the family businesses Daniele and Stedagio, could not be reached this morning since he was preparing for the governor’s visit.
However, after his family purchased 34 acres in Burrillville’s new industrial park in late 2002, he promised that when it opened Stedagio would employ 60 to 80 people and use the latest in salami-production technology. The company is already open and operating, a company employee said this morning.
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