US snack maker Bobo’s has announced it is investing $10 million in a new facility in Colorado.
The investment will help Bobo’s to consolidate its two bakeries and warehouse into one building to increase capacity in order to meet growing demand. Along with upgraded manufacturing space, Bobo’s will also expand its staff headcount.
By consolidating the facilities, the company will cut down the amount of driving needed for materials and employees between facilities.
“Bobo’s has seen exceptional growth over the last 18 months”, said Bobo’s CEO TJ McIntyre. “During the pandemic the bar category was hit particularly hard, but through the homemade quality of our products we were able to bring our consumers deep comfort in what was an otherwise challenging time. This 125,000 sq foot bakery build puts us in a great position to continue producing the delicious products our consumers love and will allow us to grow to over $100M in revenue over the next few years”.
Source: Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery