CJ Foodville is Coming to Right to Work Georgia
CJ Foodville is establishing a new location soon in Right to Work Gainesville, Georgia. This will serve as a food processing facility and bakery. In order to cover the costs, the company is investing $47 million toward the project. They will also create 285 new jobs. So this will be an excellent addition to Hall County!
From Area Development Magazine:
“Based on our strong profitability, we have decided to establish a factory in the U.S. to enhance our production and supply capabilities in response to the expanding scale of the TOUS les JOURS business. […] We are committed to promoting the unique competitiveness of the K-Bakery, which is built upon excellent product quality in a diverse range of bread and cakes. Our ultimate goal is to establish the TOUS les JOURS brand as a globally cherished bakery brand that transcends borders and captivates palates worldwide.” […]
â€œGeorgiaâ€™s economy is exceptionally diverse, and itâ€™s a critical factor in allowing us to weather economic changes. […] CJ Foodvilleâ€™s investment is a great example of both the diversity of our economy and the investments coming from our international partners. Connectivity creates opportunity, and Georgiaâ€™s decades-long relationship with South Korea has built a diverse economic and cultural exchange reflected across the state. Congratulations to CJ Foodville and our friends in Gainesville-Hall County.â€ […]
â€œCJ Foodville will be a welcome part of Gainesville-Hall Countyâ€™s business community of 330 global manufacturers and processors. […] Gainesville-Hall County offers a competitive advantage for food and pharmaceutical businesses by connecting them to world-class talent, industry specific training at Lanier Technical College, a network of cold-chain logistics providers, and global markets through Georgia Port Authorityâ€™s new Inland Port Terminal, expected to open in 2026.â€AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.