Nestle moves Hot Pockets Production to Kentucky

Aug. 29, 2014
Shifted from California; Kentucky plant gets $13 million renovation.

Nestle USA will cease production of Hot Pockets products at a California plant as the company works to consolidate its production of Hot Pockets products, improve performance and provide "better facility utilization, optimized production schedules and streamlined delivery," according to Nestle's Chief Technical Officer Martial Genthon. Hot Pockets manufacturing will move to a facility in Kentucky, where Nestle plans to invest $13 million for further expansion.

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