Welch’s To Add $26 Million Bottling Line in Michigan

Jan. 31, 2022
Expansion at Van Buren County facility to meet single-serve demand.

Welch Foods announced a $26.2 million expansion at its Van Buren County (near Lawton) Michigan facility, adding up to 57 jobs.

A new bottling line is going into the southwest Michigan plant to meet increased demand for single-serve beverages, according to state officials.

The project is being supported by $588,725 in federal Community Development Block Grant funds, which will require at least 30 of the 57 new jobs to be held by low- or moderate-income individuals, according to MiBiz.

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