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Richmond — Pepperidge Farm celebrated the completion of a $45 million expansion to its manufacturing facility in Richmond Monday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The occasion marked the start of production on a new Goldfish cracker line and was attended by leaders from the state of Utah, Cache County and the city of Richmond. “Sales of Goldfish crackers continue to grow consistently, and expanding our production capacity is critical for us to stay ahead of this demand,” said Pepperidge Farm President Irene Chang Britt.
In addition to the new Goldfish cracker line, the expansion added new technology and production capabilities to the site in Richmond, which is Pepperidge Farm’s only manufacturing facility west of the Rocky Mountains. The expansion added 94,000 square feet to the existing 225,000 square foot site.
In Richmond, Pepperidge Farm currently produces around 60 million pounds of cookies, crackers and frozen products each year.