US: Kraft invests in macaroni, cheese production
Springfield plant wins Kraft investment
Kraft Foods is spending US$9m expanding production of cheese and macaroni cheese products at a plant in the US state of Missouri.
The US food giant is adding two production lines at the facility in Springfield, a move that will create 50 jobs.
"This capital investment is the result of increased volume demands at Kraft Foods and represents a net increase in jobs for Kraft Foods," a spokesperson told just-food.
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