More Jobs Headed to Sunnyside, WA.

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Yakima County Development Association (YCDA) assists in bringing more jobs to Sunnyside WA.

We’re thrilled to share exciting news with our community! Manzana Products Co., Inc., a leading apple processing company with a rich history dating back to 1922, has announced plans to establish a cutting-edge apple processing facility in Sunnyside, WA.

The decision to choose Sunnyside as the location for their new facility underscores our county’s reputation as a hub for agriculture and manufacturing.  With the support of YCDA and the Port of Sunnyside, Manzana is poised to bring jobs and economic growth to our community.

Construction on the Sunnyside facility is set to begin this year, with plans to commence limited production by fall 2024.  By the end of 2025, Manzana anticipates full-scale operations, with 150 employees contributing to the facility’s success.

Not only will the new facility create new job opportunities, but it will also be a cornerstone of Manzana’s operations for years to come. 

We welcome Manzana Products Co., Inc to our community!

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