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Perdue Farms CEO Randy Day.
"Perdue Farms' contributions to
our poultry industry span more than
a decade and continue to drive the
growth of agribusiness in middle
Georgia," said Georgia Gov. Nathan
Deal. "As a valued member of our
business community, Perdue Farms
understands the benefits of utilizing
Georgia's logistics infrastructure
and network of resources when
expanding operations. This new
investment in Houston County will
not only create even more quality
jobs for the community, but also will
reaffirm Georgia's reputation as a
leader in agribusiness."
Perdue Farms will install
a third cooking line to occupy
30,000-square-feet at the facility,
which the company acquired in 2004.
"This expansion will help us
meet the growing demand for
no-antibiotics-ever and organic
products, and maintain the high
level of customer service and reliability our customers in Georgia
and across the country expect from
Perdue," said Randy Day, CEO
of Perdue Farms. "We're proud
to be an ongoing part of the economic growth happening here in
middle Georgia. I want to thank
Gov. Deal and his office, (Georgia
Agriculture) Commissioner Gary
Black and the Department of
Agriculture and the Development
Authority of Houston County for
their support and leadership."
Since 2004, Perdue Farms has
created more than 900 jobs, modernized and expanded its processing
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