The 'Mother of States' brought the heat while showing off her economic development opportunities.
Tucked away in Chicago’s south side, this 93,500 square foot facility contains hidden gems for the future of food and beverage processing, sustainability, and economic development.
Start-up food companies are everywhere, but very few have their own production capacity. Funding organizations in New England hope to change that with an ambitious capitalization plan.
A mix of legacy brands and health and wellness products dictates manufacturing capabilities that are flexible and quickly commissioned.
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Our e-handbook offers helpful tips for food and beverage processors looking to finance the design-build of their next manufacturing plant.