LATROBE, Pa. — Giant Eagle has closed a beverage bottling plant here that it had acquired after a controversial bankruptcy auction in 2007. Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle had been using the 300,000-square-foot Chestnut Ridge Beverage plant to produce bottled water and iced teas for its stores, according to reports. “As part of ongoing efforts to remain healthy as a company and offer our customers the best possible value, Giant Eagle is committed to maximizing cost efficiencies, reducing ...

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