An Indiana food company is set to cut the ribbon Monday on a Vincennes operation. Huntingburg-based Farbest Foods Inc. says the turkey processing plant in Knox County will employ about 300, with the potential for “significantly more” if it adds a second shift.
November 26, 2013
Farbest Foods Vincennes
Ribbon Cutting for New Vincennes Turkey Processing Plant
Remarks by Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann
Ted Seger – President, Farbest Foods
Vincennes Mayor Joe Yochum
Monday, December 2, 2013
Vincennes Industrial Park
3672 South Keller Road, Vincennes
(Take Hwy. 41 to Industrial Park Boulevard)
A celebration of the opening of the new Farbest Foods turkey processing plant in
the Vincennes Industrial Park and JFS Milling in Bruceville, IN.
With the first full shift, the new 227,000 sq-foot plant will employ 300 people with the potential of adding significantly more if production expands to add a second shift.
At full production, JFS Milling will employ 30.
Source: Farbest Foods Inc.