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The baked goods manufacturer will launch new production operations in Laurens County, SC, creating 114 new jobs. 


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The baked goods manufacturer will launch new production operations in Laurens County, SC, creating 114 new jobs. 

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The Muffin Mam Investing $18.8M In New South Carolina Operations

The baked goods manufacturer will launch new production operations in Laurens County, SC, creating 114 new jobs. 

Maplehurst Bakeries Investing $53M In Tennessee

The bakery company will create 90 new jobs in an expansion of its Lebanon, TN donut production facility. 

Martin’s Expanding Georgia Bakery

The company's multimillion-dollar investment will add an additional 119,379 square feet of production space and an estimated 36 new jobs at the expanded Valdosta operations.

Clif Bar Opens Sustainable Bakery In Idaho

The sustainability-focused facility in Twin Falls, ID uses biophilic design, a cutting-edge approach that connects people with nature and the well-being it provides.

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