Ken’s Foods to Expand Georgia Plant

May 28, 2021
Ken’s Foods has broken ground on a $103 million expansion and consolidation of its facilities in Henry County, Ga.

Ken’s Foods has broken ground on a $103 million expansion and consolidation of its facilities in Henry County, Ga.

The expansion will add new production lines for Ken’s Foods, a processor of salad dressings, sauces and marinades. In addition, the project will include closing a nearby support facility and consolidating its operations into the main plant, a 340,000-square-foot facility in an industrial park.

The move is expected to add 70 jobs to Ken’s existing workforce of 500.

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