Publix Plant Feature: Lakeland, Fla. (2022)

The supermarket chain's largest dairy facility is a top-notch operation that produces milk, ice cream, cultured products, and even carbonated soft drinks. Find out how the plant received approval for 44-hour production run on fresh milk, and what it means in terms of quality, production processes, and logistics.

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Publix Super Markets Inc., Lakeland, Fla., is the dominant grocery chain in the Southeast, the largest employee-owned grocery chain in the country and one of the most respected grocery retailers in the nation.

So it should come as no surprise that its food manufacturing division strives for the same level of quality that’s reflected in the company slogan “Publix, Where Shopping is a Pleasure.”

That said, some of the things that Publix does at its largest dairy facility in Lakeland, are indeed surprising. This is not just a quality plant, but also a plant that pushes the envelope a bit. This has been especially evident since January 2006 when the Lakeland plant instituted a system for extended production runs of fresh milk.

“We’ve been approved by the state of Florida for an extended run,” says the plant’s General Mgr. Vincent Paolillo. “We do three production runs a week. We start on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and run about 37-38 hours with a 10-hour cleanup in between so we can get from startup to startup in about 48 hours.”

The long runs have improved both productivity and product quality, and changed the entire culture of how the milk operation is run, Paolillo says.

But milk is not the only focus at the facility, which was built in 1980. The plant is also home to Publix’s main ice cream operation; it houses the manufacture of yogurt, sour cream, cottage cheese, dips, juices, drinks and water. There is also a line that’s dedicated to filling 2-liter bottles of soft drinks.

Most recently, the plant’s chemical room was completely transformed, and Lakeland also took the lead in adopting a new leak-resistant, tamper-evident cap for all milk and related fluid products. The new cap is now used at all three of the company’s dairy facilities for all such products.

“Our Lakeland plant is the largest of our dairy facilities and it’s really a great example of what our dairy operations are all about,” says Jay Jaskiewicz, dir. of dairy manufacturing at Publix.

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Long runs equal long shelflife

Operating fresh milk runs of 36 hours or longer is not standard procedure for most dairies, in fact it is quite the exception to the standard runs of 14 to 20 hours. There is nothing unusual about Lakeland’s process equipment or its pasteurization regimen. What is different is the sanitation processes and the attention to detail and thoroughness therein.

“The whole culture had a shift from one that was production-oriented to one that is sanitation-oriented. You can’t run a business like this with a weak sanitation program”, Paolillo says. “We increased our run time, but what we had to do to accommodate that is to make sure we put the emphasis on sanitation and preventive maintenance.

“It’s not only increased our capacity but it’s helped our shelflife because now we really concentrate for 10 full hours on sanitation. It also provides us more opportunities if maintenance and repair are needed.”

In most dairy plants, crews might only have four hours to do sanitation, and if they are scheduled to shut down but haven’t yet met production goals, the tendency is to keep running. Sanitation can get squeezed in an effort to get started again.

But at the Lakeland plant, when the time for shutdown is reached, the run is completed and the switches are thrown.

To be able to do that, and meet a fluctuating demand for a perishable product, the Lakeland plant must work closely with the distribution centers that it supplies and ultimately with the stores. To some extent, it helps that everyone involved works for the same company, Paolillo says.

“It requires really good communication, and as soon as a store places an order, that information is made available to the plant and we can start figuring out our plan accordingly. It forces the management of each area to work together and be more efficient to make sure all the goals are met,” Paolillo says.

To get approval for the extended production runs, Publix had to work with the Florida Department of Agriculture, Dairy Division, under the auspices of FDA .

“The State of Florida recognizes the PMOs, and to get an exception, you have to offer documentation that proves that your shelf life is not going to be affected, Paolillo says. “We did trials and we were granted the extension to run up to 44 hours.”

With the final run completed on Saturday, Lakeland uses Sundays for preventive maintenance operations.

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When Dairy Foods visited the Lakeland plant recently, Plant Engineer Steve Collins and Production Mgr. Greg Rudolph facilitated our tour. Both are dairy plant veterans, having worked for other major dairy processors, and both say they’ve found a real home with Publix.

“Publix is very serious when it says that its associates are its greatest resource,” Paolillo says. “Because of that, we have managers who have been here 20 or 30 years, and I think that says a lot about Publix-there is a tremendous amount of commitment.”

It’s not just the company talking about associates being a resource. A list of organizations which have recognized Publix for what it offers its associates is long:

  • Forbes magazine: One of the top 10 companies in Forbes list of the largest private companies (2005-2006).
  • Diversistar Award for excelling in promoting workplace diversity practices (2003).
  • Fortune: One of the top companies on the Fortune list of “100 Best Companies to Work For” (1998 - 2007).
  • Jacksonville Magazine: One of the Top 25 Family Friendly Companies (2000-2003).
  • BestJobsUSA.com’s “Employers of Choice 500” (2001).
  • The 100 Best Companies To Work for in America a book published in 1993, named Publix in its top 10.

    While the company’s primary focus is retail, associates in the manufacturing division are not left out.

    “We have an associate orientation and training program that involves a four-week plan,” Paolillo says. “It’s designed to ensure that we have the tools available to our associates so that they can be successful. All GMs and managers attend various training sessions throughout the year both on and off site.”

    Paolillo has been with Publix for 18 years, having worked previously for Dellwood Foods in Copiague, N.Y.

    Jaskiewicz, too, credits a skilled, empowered work force with making the Lakeland plant and its products as good as they are.

    In addition to being a place with happy, motivated people, (there are about 250 in-plant associates), the Publix plant also has a complex product mix. There are dedicated production lines for the four major categories, (milk and fluid products, carbonated beverages, cultured products and ice cream) and more than 250 SKUs overall with about 150 of those being ice cream and cultured products.

    Milk is supplied to 320 of the more than 900 Publix stores, other product lines are produced for all the stores. The Lakeland plant produces 40% of all manufacturing volume for the dairy operation, with the plants in Deerfield Beach, Fla. and Lawrenceville, Ga., accounting for the rest.

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    Acid bricks and mortar

    Once you get past the Sable Palms being part of the outdoor landscaping, the Lakeland plant is fairly standard, at least in terms of its physical plant and equipment, but one that reflects an investment in upgrades and one that’s impeccably maintained. The facility is one of several buildings that make up the Publix manufacturing and distribution complex in Lakeland, just a few blocks from the corporate offices. Other manufacturing operations include a fresh cut produce plant, a bakery and a deli, and even a print shop that provides the labels for the dairy’s fluid products.

    Milk is received through one of three bays, with a fourth bay dedicated to juice receiving. Standard raw milk tests are performed, and early this year, the plant began requiring certification from producers indicating that they do not use rBST. Raw milk comes from Southeast Milk Inc. cooperative, with most of it coming from Florida except in the peak summer months when it is drawn from cooler climates.

    There is more than 200,000 gallons of raw milk storage available in several silos. There are four HTST processing systems at Lakeland, with two dedicated to fluid products and one each for ice cream and cultured products, outfitted primarily with APV equipment.

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    There are six fluid filling lines for gallon and half-gallon fluid products, outfitted primarily with Federal rotary fillers. Pasteurized milk storage totals more than 200,000 gallons.

    There are two ice cream lines with Gram ice cream freezers and Osgood fillers, and two cultured product lines with Osgood fillers. Pumps and valves were replaced in 2004 with Fristam and Waukesha Cherry-Burrell components. The plant also has four blow mold machines, three for gallons, one for halves. Beyond the filling room there are several automated casers for various products, two robotic palletizers for the three cultured lines and one robotic palletizer for ice cream’s two lines.

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    QC and R&D

    The Lakeland Publix plant has a state-certified QC lab and a product development lab that serves all three dairy plants.

    The QC lab is located next to the production areas so that operators can get samples tested quickly during production runs, says Ryan Holley, quality control mgr.

    “Publix does whatever it takes to make sure we have the right tools to get the best results and do things efficiently,” says Holley, who heads a group of 10 technicians. “We have an FT2 MilkoScan which does all kinds of tests for products at all viscosities and it’s very accurate. We have even had equipment on trial basis to see if it would give us some advantages.”

    Laura Johnson, who heads the product development team, says some new flavor trials are done with a 1,000-gal batch at the plant but many smaller trials are done in conjunction with ingredient suppliers at the suppliers pilot plants. Johnson and Cindy Bridges work with cross-departmental teams when implementing new products including limited edition ice cream flavors. Products that are to be produced at all plants are typically introduced at Lakeland first.

    Holley says his department works with the autonomous QC departments at the other two Publix dairies in terms of calibration and sharing information and best practices.

    The investments and improvements at the Lakeland plant have been fast and furious. In 1999, the plant converted to squround packaging for ice cream, and it now has a unit that manufactures the packages from flats. In 2002, a bulk powders system was installed for the in-house manufacture of condensed milk for use in ice cream and cultured products. In 2003, a CIP-able airblow system, engineered in house, was installed for product recovery. The product recovery system, which helps control the BOD in the plant’s waste stream, is one of the several initiatives aimed at limiting environmental impacts, and was approved by the Florida Department of Ag Dairy Division. Making it CIP-able also helped the plant in its efforts to minimize contamination, which is the only way it was able to pass muster for the long production runs. Also in 2003, an outmoded computer control system was replaced by a state-of-the-art integrated system from Kline Process Systems.

    Just last year Publix worked with Ecolab to construct a new CIP and chemical room.

    “Publix does it the right way by putting everything together in one room,” says Gary Carlin, who handles the Lakeland Publix account for Ecolab. “We did a major refit of the CIP system into the room. We’ve also labeled everything-there’s never too much information when it comes to chemicals.”

    In recent years silos have been replaced. In fact, a new silo from Walker Stainless was installed in June, just after Dairy Foods visited the plant.

    The plant features a mezzanine-level viewing corridor that is used for public tours. And the second floor also houses offices and conference rooms.

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    Soda pop and milk caps

    One of the unique features of the Lakeland plant is the carbonated soft drink line. The Crown 45-head filler is similar to a rotary milk filler, but designed to work under pressure to stabilize the carbonated product. Bottles are manufactured off-site and debagged at the head of the line.

    “At one point we used an ordinary conveyor for the empty bottles,” Collins says, “But all you had to do was open a door and the slightest breeze would knock them all over like a line of dominoes.”

    The current conveyor grasps the neck of the bottle and moves it pneumatically like similar systems used for single-serve milk and drinkable yogurt bottles. Downstream from the filler, bottles are put into crates similar to those used for milk gallons.

    Early this year, the Lakeland plant was the first in the Publix group to convert to a new milk jug cap, designed to provide better tamper evidence. Publix was also looking to minimize leakage, and to do so with a cap that could be applied at high speeds. They found what they were looking for in the 38-DBJ cap from Portola Packaging. The DBJ was developed recently in part to answer more stringent tamper-proof requirements from FDA.

    “You can’t get the cap off without separating it from the band,” says Portola’s v.p. of sales Ron Pettineo.

    Publix is now using the new cap in all of its plants, for all gallon and half-gallon jugs, Paolillo says. “We get a lot less leakage and shrinkage and a lot of efficiency,” he says.

    Years ago, Lakeland manufactured its own caps, but it has bought them from Portola for many years now.

    From a management team and associates with a vested interest, to its well maintained facilities, the Lakeland dairy of Publix is a great example of what a dairy plant can aspire to be. Lakeland’s innovative approaches to dairy production show that it’s certainly focused on quality manufacturing for the long run.

    Publix Continues to Build on Reputation for Excellence

    The Council for Sustainable Florida recognized Publix Super Markets for a number of commitments the company has made to sustainable practices. These include Get into a Green Routine, a Publix program launched in 2002 to educate associates on energy conservation, and a Publix generator program announced in 2006 to install 400 stationary and mobile generators to hurricane-prone store locations at an approximate investment of $100 million.

    “Our commitment to sustainable practices begins with associate involvement in conservation programs, including energy conservation, waste reduction and recycling, water conservation and hurricane preparedness and recovery,” said Maria Brous, Publix director of media and community relations. “As a Florida-based retailer, we are focused on the sustainability of our state and protecting resources.”

    This is just the latest in an exhaustive list of accolades and accomplishments for the Florida-based employee-owned company. For instance:

  • Last year Publix ranked No. 19 on BusinessWeek magazine’s list of the top 25 Customer Service Champs.
  • The company was named Finest in Retailing by Retailing Today (2006).
  • Publix received the Governor’s Business Diversification Award - Business Expansion (2003).
  • For the third consecutive year, Publix has been honored as one of IDG’s Computerworld, the “Voice of IT Management” top workplaces for information technology (IT) professionals.

    Since the first Publix store was opened in 1930 in Winter Haven, Fla., by grocery store manager and entrepreneur George Jenkins, the company has always set the bar high. The company has been one of the innovators of industry, being among the first to introduce cutting edge features like air conditioning, ATMs and product scanners.

    Publix is one of the 10 largest-volume supermarket chains in the United States, and had 2006 retail sales of $21.7 billion. It has more than 140,000 associates, and operates more than 900 stores in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and Tennessee.

    The dairy manufacturing includes three facilities, and annual sales of dairy products manufactured amount to more than $550 million. Publix is active in the dairy industry, with dairy executives serving in the International Dairy Foods Association.

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    Earlier this year, the Publix Premium Sticky Buns Ice Cream was judged the most innovative flavor in a contest sponsored by Dairy Foods at IDFA’s Ice Cream Technology Conference.

  • FAQs

    Where are Publix products made? ›

    Publix, in addition to working with outside suppliers, has its own manufacturing facilities: three dairies (Lakeland; Deerfield Beach, Fla.; Lawrenceville, Ga.), two bakeries (Lakeland, Atlanta), one deli kitchen (Lakeland) and four fresh foods operations (Lakeland, Deerfield Beach, Lawrenceville and Jacksonville, Fla. ...

    Who owns Publix now? ›

    Publix Super Markets, Inc., commonly known as Publix, is an employee-owned American supermarket chain headquartered in Lakeland, Florida. Founded in 1930 by George W. Jenkins, Publix is a private corporation that is wholly owned by present and past employees and members of the Jenkins family.

    Who manufactures Publix milk? ›

    Milk is supplied to 320 of the more than 900 Publix stores, other product lines are produced for all the stores. The Lakeland plant produces 40% of all manufacturing volume for the dairy operation, with the plants in Deerfield Beach, Fla. and Lawrenceville, Ga., accounting for the rest.

    Is Publix unionized? ›

    The stock grants help differentiate Publix, which isn't unionized, from other retailers, says David Livingston of DJL Research, an industry consultant based in Hawaii. “Their wages might be lower than their unionized competitors, but employees know they come out ahead in the long run due to stock bonuses,” he says.

    What's the best day to shop at Publix? ›

    The best time to shop at Publix is 7 am to 10 am. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings are particularly quiet at Publix stores. What is this? Weekends are usually the busiest days at Publix, but you can still avoid the crowd if you start shopping right after the store opens.

    Is Publix meat good quality? ›

    Publix also has some excellent quality meat, and there's a Publix around every corner when you're down there. Publix can also be somewhat more affordable than Whole Foods and Sprouts, which are known to be expensive. By shopping here, you can save money without compromising the quality of the meat.

    Do employees get a discount at Publix? ›

    There is no discount at Publix for associates. The average profit margin for grocery stores is only roughly 2.2%. Publix does provide several of the best benefits in the Country, by an employer.

    How much stock does Publix give employees? ›

    Just as the word "gift" implies, employees are given shares of Publix common stock at no cost, accumulating, on the average, about 3.5 shares per week, according to one former employee. "It's roughly eight percent of your annual pay," the employee said.

    What does Publix stand for? ›

    Cullman Today. Founded in Winter Haven, Florida in 1930 by George Jenkins, Publix is a Southern grocery chain that prides itself on being employee-owned and an overall pleasant place to shop. Indeed, their slogan is even “Where shopping is a pleasure!” The name plays on it being the public's grocery store.

    Will Publix cut your meat? ›

    And, in case you don't see exactly what you want, we can do that for you right on the spot. Our meat cutters are available whenever the store is open to custom cut your selection to your specifications, trim a cut like you like it, or re-package portions so you can get just the quantity you need.

    Does Publix make their own bread? ›

    We're proud to make some of your favorite Publix Bakery breads and rolls from scratch, because that's how the best bread is made. And that's why we do it. Look for our scratch-made breads and rolls at your Publix Bakery.

    Does Publix make their own ice cream? ›

    That's right, we're talking about ice cream and frozen yogurt – and not just any ice cream, but Publix Premium ice cream, made with milk, cream and other quality ingredients. We manufacture our premium ice cream in our very own facilities to ensure our customers get only the best quality.

    Does Publix pay extra on holidays? ›

    Yes, they get $1 per hour worked. Full time get 8 hrs additional pay or can bank the time for additional vacation day.

    Why are Publix employees so happy? ›

    Per Publix, the company offers employee benefits like healthcare, tuition reimbursement programs, retirement savings plans, and employee discounts. But perhaps the most enticing benefit, and the one that inspires such positive performance in its employees, is Publix's status as an employee-owned company.

    Do Publix employees get discounts at Disney? ›

    Save up to 40 percent on admission to the nation's most popular theme parks, special events and attractions. Discounts are available for Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando, Cirque Du Soleil, Las Vegas and New York City shows and performances, movie tickets and much more.

    What day does Publix do markdowns? ›

    1. The typical Publix sales cycle runs six to eight weeks and ends on Wednesday night. To maximize your sale purchases, vary your weekly shopping day every other week. Go one week on a Wednesday to get the last of those sales picks and the next week on a Thursday to get freshly marked-down items.

    What day of the week does Publix change its sales? ›

    We currently have two weekly ad cycles and ads are posted accordingly. For ads effective Wednesday through Tuesday, we post around 12 a.m. (midnight) Eastern Time Wednesday morning. For ads effective Thursday through Wednesday, we post around 12 a.m. (midnight) Eastern Time on Thursday morning.

    Are antibiotics free at Publix? ›

    Publix noted that there's no limit on the number of free prescriptions, and the medications are provided at no charge regardless of a patient's insurance coverage. Antibiotics available under the free medication program include amoxicillin, ampicillin, SMZ-TMP (tablets only) and penicillin VK.

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    Does Publix give Christmas bonus? ›

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    Beginning in their first full calendar year, full-time IT workers are eligible to exchange 40 hours of holiday bonus pay for a week of paid vacation. During the first and second full calendar years of continuous full-time employment, hourly workers receive 40 hours of holiday bonus.

    Do Publix workers get free food? ›

    Is it true Publix offers free meals? If there is a cafeteria at or near the facility where you work, support associates are entitled to a free hot, buffet-style meal in the cafeteria on their shifts.

    How much vacation time do you get at Publix? ›

    16 days, 4 weeks. Plus 2 weeks holiday pay. You accumulate as you continue giving premier customer service, quality and productivity! You must be full time in order to get any sick or vacation time.

    Can you keep Publix stock if you quit? ›

    Any stock you buy is yours to keep, even if you quit or are retiring from Publix. Again, you can only sell the stock back to Publix, if you chose to sell.

    Can you buy Publix stock after you quit? ›

    How do I purchase stock? Publix associates are eligible to purchase Publix stock after one year of continuous employment. Associates must be actively employed with Publix at the time of purchase and are subject to purchase limits based on their years of continuous employment and employment status.

    How many hours do you have to work at Publix to get stock? ›

    This is where Publix provides eligible associates with shares of stock at no cost to them. Associates are automatically enrolled in the program after they've worked 1,000 hours within a full year (about 20 hours a week, on average).

    Who owns Publix in Florida? ›

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    The Jenkins family built and own part of Florida-based Publix Super Markets, which operates more than 1,200 grocery stores across southeastern U.S. Publix is the largest employee-owned company in the U.S.; employees own an estimated 80% and Jenkins family members own the rest.

    What is the oldest Publix store? ›

    An American Success Story. On Sept. 6, 1930, George Jenkins opened his first store, called Publix Food Store, in Winter Haven.

    How old do you have to be to work at Publix? ›

    Entry-Level Jobs at Publix
    PositionAge Requirement
    Front Service Clerk (or Bagger)at least 14
    Grocery Clerkat least 16
    Meals Clerk (or Demonstrator)at least 18
    Meat Clerk/Seafood Clerkat least 18
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    How many manufacturing plants does Publix? ›

    Publix Manufacturing is responsible for close to $0.5 billion in spend. There are eleven manufacturing facilities and three main manufacturing support areas that service/procures for these facilities.

    How does Publix get its products? ›

    Manufacturing/Supply Purchasing is responsible for sourcing and selecting suppliers who produce products sold under any of the Publix brand names for our retail stores. We depend on our suppliers to provide the high-quality products and expedient services our customers demand.

    Who makes Publix private label? ›

    9. Publix brand items are manufactured by leading national brands. Like Trader Joe's, Publix brand products are not manufactured by Publix, they are “private label,” which means they are made by other leading national brands.

    Where is the original Publix? ›

    Does Publix take care of their employees? ›

    Publix employees are treated well by the company

    But, working for an employer that truly cares about its employees can make all the difference. Publix has a reputation for being a great place to work.

    Is Publix a great place to work? ›

    Publix ranks among Fortune's 100 Best Companies and Best Big Companies to Work For. LAKELAND, Fla., April 13, 2021 — For the 24th consecutive year, Publix has been named one of Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For, ranking No. 42.

    What is Publix best known for? ›

    Publix is the largest employee-owned grocery chain in the nation, with over 200,000 people working for the well-known supermarket. Though Publix is known for highly-rated items like its subway sandwiches and fresh-baked cookies, other items come at less of a bargain and are probably worth avoiding.

    Where does Publix get their bananas from? ›

    Kirby Farms

    This Mechanicsville, Virginia, farm was established in 1907 and is managed today by Kevin Kirby, a fourth-generation farmer in Hanover County. Kirby Farms supplies us with a variety of delicious fresh produce.

    What is the Publix mission statement? ›

    Our mission at Publix is to be the premier quality food retailer in the world.

    Will Publix cut your meat? ›

    And, in case you don't see exactly what you want, we can do that for you right on the spot. Our meat cutters are available whenever the store is open to custom cut your selection to your specifications, trim a cut like you like it, or re-package portions so you can get just the quantity you need.

    Does Publix make their own ice cream? ›

    That's right, we're talking about ice cream and frozen yogurt – and not just any ice cream, but Publix Premium ice cream, made with milk, cream and other quality ingredients. We manufacture our premium ice cream in our very own facilities to ensure our customers get only the best quality.

    Does Publix make their own bread? ›

    We're proud to make some of your favorite Publix Bakery breads and rolls from scratch, because that's how the best bread is made. And that's why we do it. Look for our scratch-made breads and rolls at your Publix Bakery.

    What is the oldest Publix in Florida? ›

    On Sept. 6, 1930, George Jenkins opened the first Publix location, known then as Publix Food Store, in Winter Haven, Florida.

    What is the oldest Publix? ›

    The oldest Publix still in its original location in Lakeland, opened in Southgate Shopping Center (pictured below) in 1957. This Publix shopping center was featured in the 1990 movie Edward Scissorhands.

    Why is Publix called Publix? ›

    Publix Food Store

    The idea for the name came from a chain of theaters that Mr. George was fond of. He liked the name so he decided to open his own store under the corporation “Publix Food Stores, Inc.” Doors opened on Saturday, September 6, 1930.

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