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Schwan’s Company

Aug 11, 2020

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August 10, 2020 – Schwan’s Company, a leading food producer in the United States, has announced plans to build a new 400,000-square-foot expansion at its pizza-manufacturing facility in Salina, Kansas. The announcement of the project comes as the company celebrates the 50th year of operating a pizza production facility in Salina. The new facility will result in up to 225 new, full-time jobs by 2023 in Salina and include automated state of the art pizza production lines, shipping and receiving docks, and office space. The subsidiary of Korean food maker, CJ CheilJedang, already employs 1,125 people at its current 500,000 square foot production facility and distribution center in Salina. Additional projects are planned for the Salina site over the next several years as Schwan’s plans for continued growth in the company’s pizza business, representing an investment of hundreds of millions of dollars in total. READ MORE HERE


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