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Enid-based Advance Food Co.'s latest plant, Enterprise, is shown in the foreground. The Philly steak production plant is directly behind the Enterprise, and Advance's distribution center is to the right. PHOTO PROVIDED
Oklahoma's business climate is attractive to companies in other states
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