Ken’s Foods Expands Again in Right to Work Georgia


Ken’s Foods, the company popular for its salad dressings, has been a big employer in Henry County, Georgia since 1997. Now, they are planning one of the biggest expansions they’ve had in a long time. The company will soon invest a total of $103 million. This will go toward a new 343,625 square-foot area that will be added to the facility. They also plan to create 70 new jobs, making their total number of workers nearly 600. This is yet another economic win for Henry County.

From Area Development Magazine:

“For 25 years we’ve grown together, and we’re proud to extend our partnership with Henry County. […] When you’re able to expand operations in an area that provides a hardworking, can-do base of talent and couple that with the favorable business environment the State of Georgia has developed, you dive right in.†[…]

“It’s a pleasure to see this family-owned company continue their investment in Georgia. […] As a major employer of the hardworking folks of Henry County for nearly 25 years, I thank Ken’s Foods for their long-term commitment to creating jobs and opportunities for hardworking Georgians.†[…]

“An investment of this size, during a global pandemic, demonstrates why Henry is one of the top sites for business expansions in Georgia and the Southeast.â€AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

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