Check Out These Recent Right to Work Texas Investments!

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Four businesses that are investing in Right to Work Texas include Aviagen,, Frito-Lay, and Cacique. Aviagen will be adding a new location in Longview, while Cacique is adding a new location in Amarillo. Meanwhile, is expanding in Grand Prairie, and Frito-Lay is expanding in Rosenberg. All of these investments will also be a great addition to the economy!

Read on so you can find out more about each individual investment.


Aviagen is investing $27 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Longview, Texas. This will also create 95 new jobs for the area.

“Even throughout the pandemic, our North American customers have enjoyed a strong demand for healthy, affordable chicken meat. […] We are committed to securing the supply of quality Parent Stock to help our customers put food on the tables of families throughout North America and around the world. The new hatchery in Longview will play a big part in this goal.” […]

“On behalf of the LEDCO Board, we are thrilled that Aviagen has chosen to locate their new facility in Longview. […] Aviagen will bring a diverse set of jobs to our community, which will be great for our workforce.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE is expanding soon in Right to Work Grand Prairie, Texas. This will allow them to nearly double their current facility, making it 366,000 square feet.

“The Grand Prairie distribution center has played a key role in getting us closer to our customers and increasing our inventory footprint. Now, from the talented workforce to its prime location, the expansion of our Grand Prairie facility is a natural next step in growing the business and getting products to customers even faster.” […]

I’m thrilled that is expanding its operation here in Grand Prairie. […] We love seeing new opportunities for our community and continues to be a great partner of our city and Texas as a whole.”



Frito-Lay is investing $200 million toward an expansion in Right to Work Rosenberg, Texas. This will also create 160 new jobs!

“We’ve called Rosenberg home for nearly 40 years. Throughout that time, the support of Fort Bend County has helped us invest in the right areas so that we can continue to grow and provide jobs to the community. […] We thank Fort Bend County for bringing investments like this to life.” […]

“Frito-Lay has been a long-time partner in Fort Bend County, coming to Rosenberg in 1982 with about 100 employees. […] They have expanded in Rosenberg over the years, choosing to grow their footprint in our community, and now have more than 700 employees, and that number will go up with this latest expansion. They are active corporate citizens, and one of our larger employers. We are proud of our partnership with Frito-Lay and thank them for their investment in Fort Bend.”



Cacique is adding a new location in Right to Work Amarillo, Texas with an $88 million investment that will also create 187 new jobs!

“After an extensive, national search, we are very happy to select Amarillo, Texas as the location of our new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. […] From our first visit, we knew that Amarillo was special. […]”

“We are honored that Cacique chose to make Amarillo their new home. […] This project will have a large-scale economic impact with $88 million in new capital expenditures and the creation of approximately 200 new full-time jobs. The addition of Cacique will help us continue to build Amarillo into a food processing powerhouse.”


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