Goya Foods has announced an $80 million expansion project at its manufacturing and distribution facility in Brookshire, Texas.
The investment includes the purchase of new food processing equipment that Goya says will enable it to double production capacity.
Sitting on a 130 acre farm, Goya’s Texas facility serves as the prime hub for the manufacturing and distribution of Goya products in the west of the US.
In 2017, Goya Foods announced a similar expansion of the site, including the addition of 324,000 square feet of production warehouse, distribution warehouse, production office and auxiliary buildings.
“Goya is committed to meeting increased consumer demand for our products from all consumers across the United States and abroad,” said Bob Unanue, president and CEO of Goya Foods.
“We are grateful for the overwhelming support of the Goya brand and we are fortunate to be able to give back to communities around the globe donating millions of pounds of food through our Goya Gives programme.”
Founded in 1936, Goya Foods offers Latin American food and condiments, including seasonings, sauces, frozen-ready-to eat products, beans and snacks.
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