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Rich Products Investing $100M Facility Expansion

Article-Rich Products Investing $100M Facility Expansion

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Rich Products is investing $100M in a facility expansion that will add more than 100 new jobs.
Expansion will also add more than 100 new jobs.

Rich Products is investing more than $100 million in an expansion of its Brownsville, TX facility.

“Rich Products is investing over $100 million into the expansion of our manufacturing facility in Brownsville, TX - a community where we’ve had a strong presence for over 60 years," said Kevin Spratt, president, US/Canada region, Rich Products. "Our largest capital project to date, we’re excited about the opportunities it will create for our customers, associates and the local community. We’re adding over 150,000 square feet of space to our facility to support production of our appetizer products, most of which are sold under the SeaPak and Farm Rich brand names. We’ve seen a significant influx in demand within this category, especially over the course of the past three years, and this expansion will add capacity for production, storage, and facility space to support continued growth. On top of that, we’ll be expanding our fantastic team in Brownsville, adding over 100 local positions across all difference facets of production and warehousing upon completion of the project. This is a true win-win – creating greater value for Brownsville, our associates, our customers and consumers as a whole.”  

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