Cérélia Expands in the Columbus Region, Investing $29 Million

Cérélia announced plans to expand its operations in the central Ohio region with a new production facility. The company is investing over $29 million and will begin with 120 employees. First production at the new site will start in Q1 2021.

Cérélia will build a new 150,000-square-foot production facility in Whitehall to meet existing and future customer demand, with a groundbreaking scheduled for late June. The company’s investment will be used for the facility’s construction, machinery and equipment upgrades, additional production lines and employee training. Cérélia selected the Columbus Region after considering other markets in North America.

“The Columbus Region is an optimal location to strategically invest capital and successfully deliver on long-term revenue objectives,” said Cérélia’s Chief Operations Officer, Claude Le Bourg. “This new facility will allow us to expand our resources and ultimately increase our market share in the U.S. and Canada.”

The Columbus Region is home to more than 200 food and beverage operations that generate $2.8 billion in annual economic output, and Ohio ranks nationally as a top-five producer of bakery, dairy, snacks, spices and more.


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