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American Crystal Sugar Announces Management Changes

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American Crystal Sugar Company today announced the following changes to its management structure, which will be effective immediately:

Kevin Price has been promoted to Vice President, Government Affairs. Price has served as Director, Government Affairs since joining the Company in 1996. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from North Dakota State University. Price lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

Teresa Warne has been promoted to Vice President, Finance. Warne joined American Crystal in 2008 as Corporate Controller, after working in accounting at Caribou Coffee, Inc. and also in public accounting. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Montana State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Metropolitan State University. Warne lives with her husband Marlan and three children in Moorhead.

Brian Ingulsrud will assume the position of Vice President, Agriculture. Ingulsrud joined American Crystal in 1990 and worked in a variety of positions in the Company's Finance and Agriculture areas. He has served as Vice President, Administration since 2004. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Management from the University of North Dakota and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Minnesota. Ingulsrud and his wife Annette live in Fargo and have three grown children.

Tom Astrup will assume the position of Vice President, Operations. Astrup joined American Crystal in 1994. He has previously served as Vice President, Administration and Vice President, Agriculture and most recently has been Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer. Astrup holds a Bachelor's degree in Accountancy from the University of North Dakota. Astrup and his wife Stephanie live with their three children in Fargo. Astrup will continue to oversee the Sidney Sugars, Incorporated subsidiary.

American Crystal Sugar Company is an agricultural cooperative owned by about 2,700 shareholders in the Red River Valley (Northwestern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota) involved in the growing and processing of sugarbeets. American Crystal employs about 1,700 employees and is the largest beet sugar producer in the United States. American Crystal operates sugar factories at Crookston, East Grand Forks, and Moorhead, Minn., Drayton and Hillsboro, N.D.; and Sidney, Mont., under the name Sidney Sugars Incorporated. American Crystal's corporate headquarters and technical services facilities are located in Moorhead.

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