SugarCreek, a food manufacturing company that provides a wide range of value added raw and fully cooked products for some of the largest brands in the industry, is expanding in Carthage, Missouri. The expansion will include a support facility that will package bacon products and is expected to create as many as 70 jobs in the region.
“We are working hard every single day to get more jobs with higher pay for Missourians—and businesses and companies across our state are taking notice of the new direction we’re taking the state,” said Gov. Eric Greitens. “More companies around Missouri have made plans to expand, and we know that every job they create is a life and a family’s life changed. SugarCreek plans to create 70 new jobs at its facility in Carthage where it will add new manufacturing.”
SugarCreek chose to expand in Missouri due its large underground storage facilities.
“We are so honored to be part of the growth in Missouri. As a family owned, privately held company, we are committed to the success of the communities which we call home,” said John G. Richardson, SugarCreek CEO and Chairman of the Board.
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