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Tyson Prepared Foods Plant to Receive $27M Upgrade
January 29, 2020
2 Min Read
Tyson is expanding a prepared foods plant in Illinois. Image courtesy of Tyson Foods
Protein and prepared foods firm Tyson Foods is planning to invest about $27 million to add three new production lines at its Landshire Sandwiches manufacturing plant, according to several local news organizations.
The new line will produce about 16 million lb/yr of products when they become operational this March, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. Tyson Foods Spokesperson Derek Burleson told WattAgNet that the company initiated the project to boost efficiency at the site and improve the plant’s production assets.
About 100 new jobs will be created as a result of the project.
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