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JBS USA Invests in U.S. Beef Capacity and Permanently Increased Wages
JBS USA announced it is investing more than $130 million in the U.S. beef industry to increase production capacity and more than $150 million in annualized pay increases to workers across its nine beef plants. The investments are part of the company’s long-term strategic commitment to the success and future growth of the U.S. beef industry.
JBS USA has invested $130 million to increase production capacities at two of its major beef processing facilities in Grand Island and Omaha, Neb. The company is on schedule to complete a significant expansion of its Grand Island beef production facility, including the construction of a new harvest floor and enhanced animal welfare facilities, in late summer. JBS USA is also expanding cooler capacity and upgrading...
Get to Know Players in the Plant Protein Market: Roquette
In 1933, brothers Germain and Dominique Roquette, identified an industrial need for potato starch in French textile markets. Both grain brokers, the brothers decided to establish a potato starch production plant in Lestrem, France, named Roquette. Little did they know their investment would grow to be a leading global provider of high-quality ingredient solutions spanning the food, nutrition, health, textile, and pharmaceutical markets sourced from across North America, Europe, and Asia.
Approaching a century of longevity, Roquette leads the marketplace with over forty years crafting and nurturing its expertise in providing plant protein solutions in the global food industry. To date, Roquette offers plant proteins sourced from wheat, fava beans, and...
Maple Leaf Foods Announces Near-Term Plan to Expand Its Plant Protein Capacity
Maple Leaf Foods announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Greenleaf Foods, SPC, a leader in plant protein products, is advancing plans to increase tempeh production capacity through the acquisition and planned build-out of a food processing plant in Indianapolis, Indiana (the "Project").
Driven by growing demand for its Lightlife® tempeh products, phase 1 of the Project involves the acquisition of a 118,000 square foot plant in Indianapolis which is expected to close in early April, and the installation of tempeh production equipment with initial capacity of approximately...
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