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    Great supervisor and coworkers. All depends on what shift you get on

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hillsboro, ND
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hillsboro, ND

    I have been working at American Crystal Sugar


    Good pay. Every 14 days of working you get 7 straight days off. Good people to work with


    Shift work can be tough. Night shifts we tend to just survive. Being outside during the winter is a downfall.

American Crystal Sugar Interviews

Updated Oct 19, 2014
Updated Oct 19, 2014

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Interview Experience


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Getting an Interview


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    Packaging Interview

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at American Crystal Sugar.

    Interview Details

    They make you take a test that's pretty easy! Drug test, background, physical testing. All pretty simple stuff. They ask you all the basic questions you have at an interview. She made fun of me for not understanding a question she had asked. Pretty rude.

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    • I don't remember the question she had asked and asked her to repeat it and she made fun of me and wouldn't stop laughing at me.   Answer Question
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Headquarters Moorhead, MN
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1973
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Call it saccharine, but for American Crystal Sugar, business is all about sharing. This sugar-beet cooperative is owned by some 2,800 growers in the Red River Valley of North Dakota and Minnesota who farm more than one-half million owned and contracted acres of cropland. American Crystal, formed in 1899 and converted into a co-op in 1973, divides the 35-mile-wide valley into five districts, each served by a processing plant. The plants produce sugar, molasses, and beet pulp. American Crystal's products are sold internationally to industrial users and to retail and... More

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