Right to Work Texas’ Latest Economic Advancements

Companies are choosing Right to Work Texas over others. Some are adding new locations here, while others are expanding facilities. Companies that are expanding soon in Right to Work Texas include H-E-B and FreshBrew. Meanwhile, GlobiTech and Ruiz Foods are adding new locations.

Read on in order to learn more about each investment!


H-E-B is expanding soon in Right to Work Temple, Texas. As a result, they will create 100 new jobs for people in the area.

The company will add a new automated frozen distribution line at its current facility, which supports over 100 H-E-B retail stores across the region. H-E-B is in the permit stage of the expansion with construction slated to begin by the end of 2022, and completion expected in 2024. […]

“As H-E-B grows into new markets across Texas, expansion of our Temple facilities supports our commitment to be the best retailer in Texas.” […]

“It is our privilege to continue to work with H-E-B as they grow their presence in Temple, Texas. […] H-E-B has seen many cycles of growth and expansion throughout their time in Temple and we are proud of the opportunities they continue to bring to our region. This expansion project, paired with Temple’s strategic location and immediate access to I-35, will work to strengthen H-E-B’s operations in Texas.”



GlobiTech is investing several billion dollars toward a new facility in Right to Work Sherman, Texas. This will also create 1,500 new jobs!

“The State of Texas continues to attract and support world-class manufacturers and global investments that are leading breakthroughs in innovation and technology. […] GlobiTech’s ongoing partnership with the City of Sherman will create more than a thousand new jobs for the region and invest billions of dollars into our state’s economy, boosting Texas’ global position in the semiconductor industry amid a worldwide chip shortage. We look forward to continuing working with GlobiTech to keep providing economic opportunities through its expanded presence in the Lone Star State.”



FreshBrew is expanding its current facility soon in Right to Work Houston Texas, allowing the company to increase production.

“FreshBrew remains committed to providing our customers with the highest quality product and technology-driven services while continuously expanding our product lines and meeting increasing demand from our national clients.” […]

FreshBrew upgraded its existing roasters and purchased two additional roasters which will arrive later this summer. The company added 11 packing lines for a total of 25 to accommodate increased demand. FreshBrew’s tea lines expanded as well, with the addition of sugar to their production, to allow for sweet tea products.


Ruiz Foods:

Ruiz Foods is adding headquarters soon in Right to Work Frisco, Texas. this will create 125 new jobs as a result!

“Texas is the number one destination for economic opportunity in America, and I am proud to welcome Ruiz Foods to Frisco. […] With an unrivaled business climate and skilled, diverse workforce, the Lone Star State has a competitive advantage that continues to attract top-tier companies like Ruiz Foods. Ruiz Foods’ new regional headquarters will bring more jobs and brighter futures to North Texans, and together we will keep Texas the best state for business in the nation.”

“Welcome Ruiz Foods, and thank you for bringing 125 jobs to Hall Park in Frisco. […] When companies choose Frisco, they are choosing the best city in Texas for business.”


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