RICHARDSON, NY. — Baldwin Richardson Foods, a customized ingredients producer, plans to speculate $50 million to develop its manufacturing services in Wayne County, NY.
As a part of its funding, Baldwin Richardson stated it plans to improve tools and expertise and spend money on development tasks at its services in Macedon and Williamson, NY. The growth tasks are anticipated to be accomplished in late 2024 and can create as much as 60 new jobs.
“Baldwin Richardson Foods pairs a legacy of customer commitment with state-of-the-art technology to stay at the forefront of innovation,” stated Erin Tolefree, president of Baldwin Richardson Foods. “This important funding will allow us to strengthen not solely that dedication but additionally the economic system of Wayne County and the Finger Lakes Region as we offer new jobs and the environmental stewardship crucial for a sustainable future. We sit up for continued partnership to revitalize the communities of this area.”
Baldwin Richardson’s customized formulations embrace syrups, fillings, sauces and toppings. The firm additionally does customized packaging, together with single-serve/portion management, versatile, inflexible, glass and industrial.