Confluence Food Group, owner of three St. Louis-based food businesses, announced the completed expansion of their new 113,000 sq. ft. facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Confluence Food Group invested $6.3 million and created 17 new jobs in the region.
“We’re always excited to see Missouri-made businesses growing and creating jobs,” said Governor Mike Parson. “Whenever a company is thriving and expanding in its local community, it’s something to celebrate. We wish Confluence Food Group all the best as it continues to find success here in our state.”
Confluence Food Group owns Dogtown Pizza, Crust & Sons LLC, and Fox River Dairy. The company plans to produce frozen pizza, pizza crust, and dairy products at the new facility, as well as provide wholesale distribution of food products to grocery and food service industries.
“Relocation to our new facility on Garfield Ave. enables both Dogtown Pizza and Fox River Dairy to meet the growing needs of their businesses,” said Jeff Tottleben, Managing Partner for Confluence Food Group. “Remaining and expanding in the City of St. Louis was a top priority for us, and we believe a lot of good things are happening in and around the Jeff Vander Lou neighborhood. There’s great access to a capable local workforce, and we’re very excited for the next steps in the growth of these companies.”