McCain Foods delays Washington potato plant

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused McCain Foods to delay a major expansion project in the U.S. Plans to add another 170,000 square feet to its processing plant in Othello, Washington for battered and conventional French fries are on hold. 

 

The $300 million project was due for completion in 2021. 

 

Source:  FoodProcessing.com, June 2, 2020

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