Great Lakes Cheese Breaks Ground On New Plant

With a capital investment of more than $518 million, the project is the largest infrastructure investment in the company’s history and the largest economic development project in the history of Cattaraugus County. Great Lakes Cheese will retain 228 jobs in the region, while adding an additional 215 employees.

Governor Hochul Announces Great Lakes Cheese Breaks Ground on $518M Manufacturing and Packaging Plant in Cattaraugus County

Governor Kathy Hochul announced that Great Lakes Cheese broke ground on a new, state-of-the-art manufacturing and packaging plant in Franklinville and Farmersville. With a capital investment of more than $518 million, the project is the largest infrastructure investment in the company’s history and the largest economic development project in the history of Cattaraugus County. Great Lakes Cheese will retain 228 jobs in the region, while adding an additional 215 employees. It will also double its milk consumption to 1.42 billion pounds annually, which will directly benefit New York dairy farmers

Great Lakes Cheese picks Franklinville, NY for New Factory

September 15, 2021 David Robinson, Buffalo News

Great Lakes Cheese will build a more than $500 million cheese factory in Franklinville, ending a two-year search by the company for a replacement for its Cuba facility.

‘It Becomes Too Much’: Why Great Lakes Cheese Pulled Plug on $505M Allegany County Plant

The future of a proposed $505 million cheese manufacturing plant is in doubt after Great Lakes Cheese indicated Tuesday the company is no longer pursuing a megasite in Allegany County’s crossroads development area.

Great Lakes Cheese Breaks Ground On $184.5M Cheese Processing and Distribution Plant in Abilene, TX

Great Lakes Cheese (GLC) and the Development Corporation of Abilene (DCOA) celebrate the official groundbreaking of a 286,500 square foot state-of-the-art cheese packaging and distribution plant that is expected to employ 500 people in Abilene, Texas.