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History

1994

Chad and Courtney Lottman became first-generation processors when they bought the only grocery store in Chad's hometown of Diller

1996

A slaughter floor was added and the back of the store was utilized to become a custom exempt plant.

2001

C & C Processing doubled its size and became a USDA inspected plant

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2003

The store was remodeled to include more space for specialty meats, as well as to accommodate a booming deer processing business.

2004

They expanded again, adding a processing area and a sausage-making area with a smokehouse.

2012

Expanded from a single 2 truck oven to adding 2-3 truck ovens for 8 truck cooking capacity.  This expansion added 20' width to the north side of the building which required the city to abandon 20' of city side street right of way

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2013

Gained a national brand customer, making meat based protein bars

After continued growth, Landmark Snacks was built in nearby Beatrice to allow the expansion of their co-packing business 

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December 2015

Acquired building and began removing concrete floor to allow for installation of floor drains and sloped floor

January 2016

Began remodeling the already standing 57,000 sq ft building

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2018

Added 3 more 6 truck ovens

2019

Added 3 more 6 truck ovens

(total: 9 - 6 truck and 1 - 2 truck)

April 2016

Operational with 30-40 employees, began with 3-6 truck ovens and 1 - 2 truck oven

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January 2021

Built a 27,000 sq ft warehouse addition

June 2021

Remodeled and added 5 additional 6 truck ovens, bringing new total to 14 - 6 truck ovens and 1 -2 truck oven

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Today

Landmark Snacks now employs 200+ team members and operates 7 days a week

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