Moore’s Food Resources Locates Baking Center In Piedmont, South Carolina
As an incentive, the Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project. The company expects to create 182 new jobs in Greenville County.
“We are passionate advocates of creating unique, wholesome, healthy, all-natural foods that deliver an unmatched eating experience. Our products are lower in calories versus our competition and contain no added colors, flavors or preservatives. We look forward to sharing our products and passions with the world,” said Moore’s Food Resources Founder and Owner Sheila Moore.
“Greenville County is pleased to welcome Moore’s Food Resources, a Certified Women’s Business Enterprise, into our community. The company is a great addition to our growing food industry and to the Piedmont area of Greenville County. Sheila Moore has committed to being a positive corporate citizen and community advocate, and we look forward to the partnership.” –Greenville County Council Chairman H.G. “Butch” Kirven Jr.
“Moore’s Food Resources adds to the already-diverse landscape of specialty food products made right here in South Carolina, and the addition of this business brings important opportunities for our farmers,” said South Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Hugh Weathers.
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