Tulkoff Food Products Acquires Cincinnati Plant

July 31, 2020
Company's second manufacturing facility will make condiments and sauces.

Tulkoff Food Products, a Baltimore maker of condiments and especially horseradish, will add a second manufacturing plant as it takes over a vacant food plant in Cincinnati. The company didn’t specify the price or whether it would be buying or leasing it.

The building sits on 9.5 acres and will be fitted to include 52,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space and 7,300 sq. ft. of administrative space. The company plans an initial hire of 25 employees to operate the facility and manufacture private label and co-pack products for Tulkoff’s retail, national brand and foodservice customers.

The building and manufacturing practices will be SQF certified. Capabilities will include dry and refrigerated storage, hot and cold fill, emulsion products, 4 oz. to 1 gal. bottles, 8-32 oz. plastic tubs, full shrink sleeve packaging and case or tray pack options. It should be fully operational by early 2021.

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