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2 Sisters’ Salsa to Begin 10,000-Square-Foot Expansion Project at Avoyelles Parish Headquarters

2 Sisters’ Salsa to Begin 10,000-Square-Foot Expansion Project at Avoyelles Parish Headquarters


PLAUCHEVILLE, LA
Monday, June 29th, 2020

When companies succeed and grow, expansion plans are in order to continue that growth. 2 Sisters’ Salsa is expanding its operations to bring its five delicious salsa flavors to more markets. The specialty salsa brand recently announced it’s setting up for a 10,000-square-foot expansion project at its Avoyelles Parish location in Louisiana, which will be completed by this summer.

Patrick Deshotels, President and Chief Executive Officer, 2 Sisters’ Salsa“We are excited about the opportunities this state-of-the-art facility expansion will bring to the region as we continue to showcase our commitment to serving our customers, which consists of large chains and grocery stores,” company President and CEO Patrick Deshotels said. “This is an important company investment and will allow for the continued growth and distribution expansion across the country and beyond.”

The company, a processor and distributor of restaurant-style salsa, will expand its manufacturing facility and corporate location at its Plaucheville headquarters. According to local news source The Acadiana Advocate, plans for the expansion have been in the works and initial groundwork has already technically begun.

2 Sisters' Salsa recently announced it is gearing up for a 10,000-square-foot expansion project at its Avoyelles Parish location in Louisiana, which will be completed by this summer

A ceremony was held on June 25 for the groundbreaking and the company expects construction to be complete by August 1.

Founded five years ago, 2 Sisters’ Salsa is now distributed to over 4,000 grocery stores in 20 states.

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