McLane Classic Foods to Build $30M Production PlantMcLane Classic Foods to Build $30M Production Plant
October 5, 2017
Soups, sauces and side dishes maker McLane Classic Foods plans to build a 150,000-sq-ft headquarters and manufacturing facility in Burleson, TX, the City of Burleson announced via press release Tuesday.
A part of the McLane Group, the firm produces a range of food products for foodservice customers like Denny’s, Panera Bread, and Potbelly Sandwich Shops. The firm also serves a variety of sports facilities, convention centers and convenience stores.
McLane will relocate some 40 employees to the new facility. Construction is expected to begin in early 2018 and draw to a completion in early 2019.
“We are extremely excited about making Burleson the new home of McLane Classic Foods,” the firm’s chief executive officer said in the city’s release. “It didn’t take us long to determine that Burleson was where we wanted to be and, equally important, Burleson wanted McLane Classic Foods.”
Founded in 1992, the company is based in Fort Worth, TX.
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