Red Diamond Inc. is a coffee, tea, and food service company headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. Red Diamond, founded in 1906, is one of the three oldest coffee and teas companies in the United States and has continuously been operated by members of the same family.
Red Diamond is building a new campus in Moody, Alabama. They expect to occupy the new buildings in January, 2009. In June, 2007, the St. Clair County Commission approved a $1.5 million loan to prepare the site for construction. The move to St. Clair came after 100 years in Birmingham. Company officials were angered that Jefferson County, Alabama officials would not cooperate with plans to expand facilities. The expansion plans would increase employment from 160 to 200 people according to company officials.
Red Diamond Tea is currently distributed by Prairie Farms (Prairie Farms, Hiland Dairy, and Roberts Dairy).
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... In addition to diamonds, colored gemstones, and natural pearls, Moussaieff re-set stones and pearls that he acquired at antique jewelry auctions into new ... owns rare stones worth millions of dollars, such as the Moussaieff Blue Diamond, a flawless 6.04 carat stone that Alisa purchased at a 2007 Sotheby's auction ... The Moussaieff Red Diamond, a trilliant cut, 5.11 carat red diamond purchased in 2001 or 2002, is the world's largest known red diamond ...
... In Early 2013 Red Diamond was rebranded to Diamond Worcestershire ... In a working partnership with Worcestershire County Council, a new fleet of Red Diamond bus services are beginning to operate in Redditch, Worcestershire ... These buses are mainly Diamond owned Wright Eclipse/Volvo B7RLE but there have been several re-painted Dennis Darts/Wright DAFs in operation ...
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—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
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