Pinnacle Foods To Spend $40-50 Million on St. Elmo, Ill., Plant

Feb. 7, 2014
Expansion will move Wish-Bone and Western salad dressing production in-house.

Pinnacle Foods will spend $40-50 million on equipment, plant expansion and infrastructure improvements to move its Wish-Bone and Western salad dressing production in-house to its St. Elmo, Ill., plant, according to the Decatur (Ill.) Herald & Review.

Pinnacle acquired the brands from Unilever in October, and Unilever's facility in Independence, Mo., was previously responsible for dressing production.

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