Danone announces $65 M investment in US to support long-term business growth

Major capital investment helps expand production capabilities and scale key US brands

Danone North America, a leading food and beverage company, has announced that it will invest up to $65 million over the next two years to create a new bottle production line in Jacksonville, Florida. The investment will support Danone North America’s long-term growth strategy and will deliver key benefits across the US business, including advancing operational excellence, enabling flexibility in bottle design, accelerating the company’s sustainability goals, and driving cost efficiencies.

This multi-million-dollar investment will increase production of several of Danone’s coffee and creamer brands in the US, including International DelightSilk and SToK. It also serves to meet consumer demand in these categories while supporting the company’s sustainability goal by reducing overall water consumption, decreasing carbon emissions and accelerating the company’s goal of packaging circularity.

Mike Sloboda, Danone North America’s Chief Operations Officer commented, “We are thrilled to be investing in the people and economy of Jacksonville, creating 40 new jobs in addition to supporting our approximately 110 existing employees, all with competitive wages and benefits. This investment will allow us to better serve our customers and operate our business in an even more efficient and sustainable way.”

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