Construction personnel work Monday on the various levels of a new building that will house a $200 million french fry processing line at the Lamb Weston manufacturing campus on Saint Street in Richland. When it opens in this fall, the new french fry line will employ an additional 128 people and will annually transform about 300 million pounds of Mid-Columbia potatoes into frozen fry products. The company cited rising global demand for the project, in a previous story.
Construction personnel work Monday on the various levels of a new building that will house a $200 million french fry processing line at the Lamb Weston manufacturing campus on Saint Street in Richland. When it opens in this fall, the new french fry line will employ an additional 128 people and will annually transform about 300 million pounds of Mid-Columbia potatoes into frozen fry products. The company cited rising global demand for the project, in a previous story. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Construction personnel work Monday on the various levels of a new building that will house a $200 million french fry processing line at the Lamb Weston manufacturing campus on Saint Street in Richland. When it opens in this fall, the new french fry line will employ an additional 128 people and will annually transform about 300 million pounds of Mid-Columbia potatoes into frozen fry products. The company cited rising global demand for the project, in a previous story. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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January 31, 2017 06:02 PM

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