Cargill Investing $25 Million in Fayetteville, NC, Soybean Processing Facility Improvements

Fayetteville, NC — Cargill is expanding its Cumberland County, NC, plant by investing $25 million to improve production capacity.

A six-year performance-based incentive grant of $600,000 was approved by the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners. The project is set to begin before the end of 2021.

A global leader in oilseed processing, Cargill's North Carolina project is part of the organization’s overall growth strategy in the U.S. the company said creates an opportunity to better serve customers on both ends of the supply chain.

All facilities will continue to operate while construction and expansion are underway, Cargill said in a media release in which it announced its $475 million plans for facilities in seven states in early March.

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