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Pasta Prima Uses 100% Green Power

June 2011 - Pasta Prima, a refrigerated pasta brand of Valley Fine Foods, has purchased enough green power to meet the annual electricity needs for its entire operations. The company is using a 483 kW on-site solar system to meet approximately 70 percent of its electricity needs and is purchasing nearly 700,000 kWh of Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates to match the rest of its electricity use. With Pasta Prima's commitment, the company has joined the Green-e Marketplace program, which enables it to display the Green-e logo on their products.

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