Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo and leading snack manufacturer has announced it is to invest $200 million on its Rosenberg, Texas, site.
The investment will be used to create two manufacturing lines for snack brand Funyuns and tortilla chips, as well as increase the capacity in its warehouse.
Expected to be complete by 2023, the expansion will create 160 new full-time jobs.
“The Rosenberg site has the largest footprint of any Frito-Lay facility in Texas, producing snacks for Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Kansas and Georgia, and several other parts of the country when we hit times of peak demand,” said Laura Maxwell, senior vice president of supply chain, PepsiCo Foods North America.
In 2019 Frito-Lay also invested $138 million to add added a new Cheetos line, new seasoning and packaging equipment, and a warehouse expansion, in the Rosenberg site.
Source: PepsiCo press release