Custom food manufacturer spends $51 million to expand Tennessee facility 

Jan. 2, 2024
The expansion will include adding 200,000 square feet of new space, which will be used for manufacturing, storage, staging and shipping. 

Custom Foods of America Inc. (CFA) has announced plans to expand its manufacturing and distribution operations in Knoxville, Tennessee. The company, which specializes in the manufacturing of food products, will invest $51 million into the project, creating 249 new jobs for the surrounding area. The expansion will include adding 200,000 square feet of new space, which will be used for manufacturing, storage, staging and shipping. 

In a recent quote, Graham Hunter, president, Custom Foods of America, said, “Custom Foods of America would like to thank Governor Lee, Commissioner McWhorter, and the State of Tennessee for partnering with us to add more jobs and expand our operations in the state. We look forward to many years of continued growth in Tennessee.”  


 

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