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Purina opens new factory

Nestlé Purina Petcare recently reported the opening of its 21st factory in the US. With a total investment of more than 320 mio dollars, the new factory represents Nestlé's largest single investment in a pet care facility in the last decade in the US, Canada and Latin America.

Nearly 200 employees work at the facility, and the number will grow to 240 as new lines and other expansions at the site are completed over the next few years, the company said in a press release.

The new plant will be making Fancy Feast canned cat food, Friskies, and Purina One, but will also be expanding in the future to make other cat food brands.

|21 November 2019 | 10:36


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