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SC: Fish Farming Company to Operate in Orangeburg Co., Creating 82 Jobs

October 21, 2020

Pure Blue Fish, a fish farming company, announced plans to establish operations in Orangeburg County. The $28.1 million investment will create 82... more >>


KS: New Nor-Am Cold Storage Facility Means 90 New Jobs in Dodge City

October 21, 2020

Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly recently applauded the announcement of a new, 148,000-square-foot Nor-Am Cold Storage facility in Dodge City. more >>


MI: Meijer Opens 37,000-sq.-ft. Neighborhood Grocery Market in Lansing

October 20, 2020

Meijer has opened its third neighborhood market—the 37,000-sq.-ft. Capitol City Market located in downtown Lansing, Mich. more >>


TN: Babynov USA to Open Production Facility, Creating 147 Jobs in Macon Co.

October 20, 2020

Babynov USA officials announced that the company will establish its first U.S. production facility in Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. more >>



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McHenry East Site

October 1, 2019

11 buildings with two miles of paved road. There is a remote operated gate and security camera system with all utilities available. 66,000+square... more >>


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Toombs Corporate Speculative Building

February 5, 2016

A newly constructed 100,000 sq ft speculative building located on an 11.16-acre parcel in Toombs Corporate Center at U.S. Highway #1, Lyons, Georgia. more >>



CA: Kroger Installs Major Solar Power Array on Bakery Facility Roof

August 3, 2020

Two Kroger subsidiaries—Ralphs and Food 4 Less—have installed a solar power array at their 300,000-sq.-ft. bakery facility in La Habra, Calif. more >>


Grocery Chain Kroger to Give Employees One-Time 'Thank You Pay' Bonus

May 25, 2020

Grocery chain Kroger will give employees a one-time "Thank You Pay" bonus of $400 to full-time employees and $200 to part-time employees. more >>


CBRE: Restaurants Will Re-Open Slowly and Cautiously

May 18, 2020

Restaurants, bars, food halls, and brew pubs that have been top traffic-builders in new town centers and mixed-use projects will need time to... more >>


FMI Rebrands to 'The Food Industry Association'

January 27, 2020

FMI launched a renewed brand identity as FMI - The Food Industry Association, reflecting its strategy to more broadly represent the food marketplace... more >>



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Miramichi: A Dynamic Community Committed to Economic Growth and Diversification

September 1, 2019

The City of Miramichi in New Brunswick serves as an industrial, business and retail center--and it's committed to a strategy of economic growth and... more >>


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Port Tampa Bay Adds New Refrigerated Warehouse Capacity

January 22, 2018

Port Logistics Refrigerated Services (PLRS) has developed a 135,000-sq-ft new cold supply chain solution at Port Tampa Bay (PTB), FL. more >>


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Stone County Mississippi Strikes the Right Balance and Is In the Middle of It All

October 1, 2017

Surrounded by lush national forest, yet positioned in the heart of a dynamic industrial-military corridor. A place of timeless traditions and 21st... more >>


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Case Studies

blank Case study | April 30, 2018
The Key to Central Louisiana’s Success: A Strong Workforce   

By: Jennifer Alten

Central Louisiana is thriving. One major reason is the area’s strong workforce, which is driving regional growth and productivity. More>>


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Lubbock, Texas: A Hub City of Powerful Industries   

By: Michael Popke

Check out this appealing city in the northwest quadrant of TX, population of ~245,000 — local business leaders are pleased with its progress. More>>


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Greenbrier Valley, West Virginia: Growing Prosperity   

By: Juli Anne Patty

Site selectors will be pleased to get to know Greenbrier Valley, West Virginia, a community with a unique perspective. More>>


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Enjoy the Advantages of Homegrown Success: Wilson County, Tennessee   

By: Juli Anne Patty

Get to know the many business advantages of Wilson County, Tennessee. Its terrific 'self-made' business examples are very inspiring. More>>


White Papers

White Paper | February 9, 2018
Food, Glorious Food!    

Metro areas with large populations have a foothold on food production while other areas have found their specialties driving employment. More>>


White Paper | February 16, 2017
12 Mistakes to Avoid in Site Selection   

Study of a few critical mistakes site selectors can make that undermine analysis, lead to risk, higher cost, unfavorable operating conditions. More>>


White Paper | January 10, 2017
WeiserMazars 2016 Food & Beverage Industry Study   

Report defines industry trends, builds knowledge base of food & beverage challenges, opportunities & best practices to stay ahead of competition. More>>


Articles

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Tennessee: Headquarters Are at Home Here

By: Trade & Industry Development

The number of companies choosing to call the Volunteer State home continues to rise, with an impressive range of industry diversity. Tennessee’s...   More>>


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The Future of Food Processing in Iowa

By: Debi Durham

With millions of acres of fertile land, plentiful raw materials and abundant sources of renewable energy, Iowa has built upon its long history as a...   More>>


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Trends to Watch with the American Food Supply Chain

By: Fred D. Burkhardt

The stability and sustainability of the domestic food supply is fundamental to the stability of the U.S. economy. The direct impact of the COVID-19...   More>>


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Arkansas is Ready for Business

By: Governor Asa Hutchinson

In Arkansas, every business is essential. Arkansas is a business-friendly state with an abundance of resources to help businesses succeed,...   More>>


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Feeding the Economy: A Continuing Need

By: Tracey Schelmetic

While much of the nation’s economy has seen changes, one fundamental thing hasn’t altered: people still need to eat. Regions that produce food...   More>>