EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. - A New York based healthy snack food manufacturer is relocating to East Stroudsburg.
Terrafina LLC is moving its business to Monroe County, creating 120 new jobs for Pennsylvania.
The company's plan is to purchase a 72,000-square-foot facility in East Stroudsburg due to its outgrowth in its current New York City space and the lower operating costs in Pennsylvania.
“The acreage, strategic location for production, and distribution amenities offered in East Stroudsburg in northeast Pennsylvania fit our expansion plans perfectly," said Terrafina founder and CEO James Locke. "We are excited to take the next step and increase our production capabilities."
Terrafina is said to invest over $4 million into the move, including the building purchase, renovations, and the purchase of equipment, computers and furniture.
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