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Baldwin Richardson Foods to expand in Williamson, Wayne County, N.Y.

Staff Writer | August 10, 2017
Custom ingredient maker Baldwin Richardson Foods will expand operations in Williamson, Wayne County, N.Y.
Baldwin Richardson Foods
Empire State   50,000 square-feet
The company will install new machinery and equipment and add at least 50,000 square-feet to its current facility, supporting the creation of up to 30 new jobs and retention of 275 positons.

The company plans to break ground on the project in spring of 2018.

Baldwin Richardson Foods develops and manufactures custom ingredients, marketing branded products such as Mrs. Richardson's Toppings and Nance's Mustards and Condiments.

It also custom develops sauces, syrups, condiments, flavored beverage syrups and flavor bases offering a standardized line of products for distributors.

To encourage Baldwin Richardson Foods to proceed with its expansion plan, Empire State Development offered up to $700,000 in Excelsior tax credits in return for job creation commitments.

The Town of Williamson also received $450,000 through the Community Development Block Grant to assist Baldwin Richardson. The company also received funding and assistance from Wayne County. The total project cost is close to $35 million.

The company also plans to make the necessary equipment, technology and construction investments at its Williamson facility to meet changing requirements for food manufacturing and labeling that consumers are demanding.