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West Liberty Foods is planning a $200 million food processing center and cold storage facility in Kansas City.
The project would create nearly 600 new job jobs and support an annual payroll of $39.7 million.
"Based on its proximity to key stakeholders for the project, Kansas City is the ideal location to house our newest technology, and we look forward to the growth this area has to officer," said West Liberty Foods CEO Brandon Achen.
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