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Farmer Direct Foods Breaks Ground on Facility Expansion and Modernization Project

Farmer Direct Foods has broken ground on a $2.2 million dollar Facility Expansion and Modernization Project that will increase the production capacity and efficiency of its operation. The groundbreaking ceremony, which took place on Wednesday, May 10th, was attended by Farmer Direct Foods executives, employees, customers, local officials, and members of the community.

This investment will allow Farmer Direct Foods to increase operational efficiency, expand capacity, and broaden capabilities to better serve our customers and meet growing demand for climate-friendly flour and other grain-based products.

“Farmer Direct Foods has always been committed to producing the highest quality products, and this expansion will allow us to do so more efficiently. We’re excited to be investing in our New Cambria facility and look forward to the benefits it will bring to our customers, employees, and the local community.”

– Keaton Hale, VP of Operations

The expansion project includes a new warehouse addition and the installation of a modern, automated packaging line to improve operational flexibility, consistency, and production capacity. The expanded warehouse will increase our capacity to serve existing customer demand and allow for future capacity increases. The new packaging line will allow for faster, more efficient production of both 25 and 50-pound bags.

“Our investment in this facility expansion is a reflection of our commitment to meeting the evolving needs of our customers and expanding our market share. We’re confident that these improvements will enhance our efficiency and productivity while ensuring the highest quality standards for our products.”

– Tim Webster, CEO of Farmer Direct Foods

For more information on the Facility Expansion and Modernization Project, please contact Ben Mantooth, VP of Marketing.