Frito-Lay to create 160 jobs with $200 million Rosenberg, TX, plant expansion

June 11, 2021

Snack giant Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo, and Fort Bend County officials announced a $200 million investment at its Rosenberg, Texas, site.

The investment will add two manufacturing lines for Funyuns and tortilla chips, as well as increase capacity in its warehouse to enhance capabilities and enable future growth. Anticipated to be complete by 2023, the project will provide 160 new, full-time jobs.

The Frito-Lay Rosenberg facility today employs more than 750 full-time plant and fleet associates and produces more than 117 million pounds of snacks annually.


[Credit: Office of Gov. Ned Lamont]
Gov. Ned Lamont said Connecticut Innovations, the state’s strategic venture capital arm, is supporting the Frito-Lay expansion project with up to $5.5 million in sales and use tax exemptions on capital equipment and construction materials.

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