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What does EVK stand for?

EVK stands for Emerald Valley Kitchen


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The three finally decided to get the project moving by seeking financing from about a half-dozen relatives and friends, who believed in the project and its financial viability, said Bankoff, the founder of Emerald Valley Kitchen, which he sold to Monterey Gourmet Foods for $5.
Bankoff, founder of the organic Emerald Valley Kitchens, was stunned when the former Beatle called him.
9% as a percent of sales was due to increased freight cost as a percent of sales caused by escalating diesel fuel prices and change in mix of shipping points and load size, increased amortization expense due to the intangible assets acquired with the Emerald Valley Kitchen acquisition, as well as added salaries expense.
Sponsors for the 2009 event include the Active 20 / 30 Club of Eugene, Cumulus, Emerald Valley Kitchen, Eugene Weekly, FOOD for Lane County, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, KLCC, KUGN, KVAL, KZEL, a Lane County Tourism grant, El Latino de Hoy, Lane Transit District, Northwest Community Credit Union, The Register- Guard, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Star 102.
Risks that could cause actual results to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements, include risks associated with timely and cost-effective introduction of new products in the coming months, risks associated with accomplishing the anticipated results of the current plant expansion program, risks associated with the timely and effective assimilation of the Emerald Valley Kitchen business, retention of key personnel and retention of key management, the risks inherent in food production, and intense competition in the market in which the Company competes.
Eugene food factory to shut Monterey Gourmet Foods, owner of salsa and dip maker Emerald Valley Kitchen, will close its Eugene facility and move manufacturing of Emerald Valley Kitchen products to Kent, Wash.