Flagship Food Group Expands Production at Albuquerque, New Mexico, Facility
A global, diversified food company serving the retail, club store, and food service channels across a broad array of product lines. Flagship Food Group brands include TJ Farms, Lilly B's, 505 Southwestern, Hatch Kitchen, Select New Mexico, Chris & Pitts, and Su Ming. It also serves as a valuable supplier to private label customers and provides industry services to food companies through its logistics and packaging divisions.
"Flagship Food's expansion signals that Albuquerque's economy is on the rise," said Mayor Tim Keller, "Adding 90 jobs to an already thriving company is no small feat, and these are the types of jobs that Albuquerque needs. Albuquerque is lucky to have Flagship here."
In addition, Flagship has announced that Becky Prescott has joined the company as of the manufacturing facility. Prescott has been a resident of New Mexico for several years and was previously at General Mills.
"Our Lilly B's organic burritos, our Hatch Kitchen handheld snacks, and our 505 Southwestern green chile and salsas continue to experience growth in the marketplace, so we are pleased to announce this expansion," said Andrew Bebbington, CFO of Flagship. "Adding Becky to our team further solidifies our commitment to building a first-class management team from top to bottom."
"I've watched Flagship and 505 grow over the years and have been proud to see them invest in both Albuquerque and in the New Mexican green chile business. I am excited to join their team," added Becky Prescott, new facility’s General Manager.
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