SMACKIN' Meets Growing Demand With Factory Expansion
SMACKIN' Sunflower Seeds, the fastest growing sunflower seed brand, is expanding its facility operations by 10,000 sq. ft. to increase capacity to keep up with the high demand.
The new facility addition is a 4x increase in space and more than 10x in capacity capabilities. The added space that will enable SMACKIN' to produce even more sunflower seeds to satisfy the needs of their growing customer base as well as expand into new products. This expansion is an exciting development for the company and the sunflower seed industry as a whole.
Sunflower seeds have become increasingly popular in recent years, with more people turning to them as a healthy snack option. They are high in protein, healthy fats, and vitamins and minerals, making them a great addition to any diet. Additionally, they are low in calories, making them an excellent choice for anyone looking to maintain a healthy weight.
SMACKIN' Sunflower Seeds has been at the forefront of this trend, creating delicious and nutritious sunflower seeds that people love. The company prides itself on using only the highest quality ingredients, and its seeds are gluten-free and non-GMO.
The company's success can be attributed to its commitment to quality, innovation, and engaging with consumers through social media. SMACKIN' Sunflower Seeds has a team of experts who are constantly working on new flavors and product lines. The expansion into the new facility is a significant milestone for SMACKIN' Sunflower Seeds. It will enable the company to produce even more sunflower seeds and expand its product offerings. With this expansion, the company is poised to continue its growth trajectory and become a household name in the snack industry.
Another positive development from the new facility is the creation of job opportunities in the local Utah and Minnesota communities, which is always a positive development. With this expansion, SMACKIN' Sunflower Seeds is poised to continue its growth trajectory and become a household name in the snack industry.
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