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Wisconsin: The perfect recipe for food and beverage production

Wisconsin’s legacy and leadership in agriculture, dairy and manufacturing are attractive to food and beverage companies from around the world. More and more of these companies are establishing operational facilities and North American headquarters throughout the state. Watch this video to see why companies that choose to locate here, like Kerry Ingredients, benefit from Wisconsin’s integrated supply chain, with key capabilities ranging from food production and processing machinery to food safety.


Kerry Ingredients

When Kerry, a worldwide supplier of taste and nutrition solutions, was looking to establish a new North American headquarters, company officials considered several locations in the U.S. Kerry ultimately selected Wisconsin thanks to the state’s strong food and beverage legacy and robust supply chain.


Growing upon a legacy of food and beverage industry success

Wisconsin’s agricultural history is a point of pride in the state, and has helped shape the manufacturing capabilities and supply chain for food and beverage growth. Some of the industry’s largest players, including Johnsonville, MillerCoors and Organic Valley, among others, have tapped into the state’s industry strength and talent.


Contact Kristie Pulvermacher or Mark Rhoda-Reis for business growth opportunities in Wisconsin.

For more information about opportunities in bio and life sciences, water technology or medical device manufacturing, contact Kristie.

For information about opportunities in advanced manufacturing; energy, power and control; aerospace; or food and beverage production, contact Mark.

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