Walmart Brings Jobs to Right to Work Georgia With Dairy Facility

Right to Work Georgia Economic Update

Walmart is adding a new dairy processing facility soon in Right to Work Valdosta, Georgia, which will be covered by a $350 million investment. As a result, they will also create 400 new jobs. So this will be an incredible addition to Lowndes County!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We’re thrilled to open this new dairy facility in Valdosta, Georgia, as we continue to make strides to increase surety of supply for our customers grocery essentials,” said Bruce Heckman, Vice President of Manufacturing at Walmart. “We’re looking forward to breaking ground on this exciting venture and we’ll continue to work alongside local dairy farmers and associates as we move ahead. Their collaboration is critical to ensure we’re operating a facility that will process high-quality milk for our customers that we can offer at the everyday low prices they rely on.” […]

“Georgia’s economy is historically rooted in agriculture, and Walmart is demonstrating how the industry continues to evolve and invest in technological advances to improve results in output and sustainability. […] Projects like this create a positive ripple-effect for the entire industry ecosystem. Congratulations to all of the partners involved, and we look forward to the jobs and opportunities Walmart will create!”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.