WEST SENECA, N.Y. — Rosina Food Products Inc. will spend $58 million to build a West Seneca plant that could double the company's production of meatballs and other protein-based food items.
As a byproduct of the proposed 105,000-square-foot Clinton Street plant, Rosina may be shifting some production work from Chicago to the new West Seneca facility.
Work could start later this year. You can read the full story on Buffalo Business First's website.
RELATED: Rosina Foods celebrates expansion
Last year, Rosina Foods shared the success of a new 'Customer Focus Center' at its French Road location. Those new manufacturing lines and machinery allowed the business to put out 15 million pounds more of pasta and frozen food each year.
Rosina Foods got $5.5 million in grants from the state for that project. The governor's office said it created 50 new jobs at that location.