Cora Texas Manufacturing Company is located in White Castle,
Louisiana in Iberville Parish. It is a sugar mill that produces
raw sugar. In addition, it produces black strap molasses.
The history of Cora Plantation and
its sugar mill date back to 1817.
Many of the first experiments in the manufacturing of sugar
occurred on Cora Plantation and Cora factory. The Cora Sugar
Mill contained the original "Cora" nine-roller mill
built by Fulton Iron Works and designed by Martin L. Flowers,
the progenitor of the vast family of Fulton mills now spread
all over the sugar world.
Cora Texas Manufacturing Company is managed by Paul Buckley
Kessler, President and CEO, and Charles Schudmak, Secretary
and COO. Charles is the fourth generation of the Kessler family
in management of Cora Texas Manufacturing.
Cora Texas Manufacturing Company has continued to expand its
sugar factory and is presently grinding more than 16,000 tons
of cane per day and often produces more than 4,000,000 pounds
of raw sugar per day. Today, Cora Texas Manufacturing is the
second largest sugar factory in Louisiana.
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