Rosina Food Products Finishes Work on New $73M Facility

The 105,000-sq-ft plant in West Seneca, NY includes a high-speed production line that will manufacture a range of meat products.

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Frozen meatballs and pasta manufacturer Rosina Food Products recently completed work on its new $73.2 million production facility in West Seneca, NY, a release issued by New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Thursday. The 105,000-sq-ft facility will manufacture a range of meat products and create 40 new jobs.

"Rosina Food Products started as a family-owned storefront operation in Buffalo, expanding into an internationally known business and one of the best-knowral n food manufacturers in Western New York," Gov. Hochul said in a release. "New York State is proud to have partnered with Rosina on several expansion projects, and this latest multi-million-dollar expansion will continue to fuel Western New York's growing economy.”

A high-speed production line will manufacture different varieties of frozen meatballs, sliced sausage, and toppings. The site has a maximum capacity of over 50 million lb/yr, which supplements an older processing line at the firm’s Cheektowaga, NY facility that produces 20 million lb/yr.

“This project fulfills a long-time vision for Rosina which would not have been possible without our close partnership with New York State,” said Russell Corigliano, president and chief executive officer of the company, in a statement. “Our family remains committed to serving the community by supplying high-quality, well-paying jobs as we continue delighting customers with the finest frozen Italian cuisine in the industry."

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