McKee Foods Finds Virginia Has the Recipe for Success


No. 1 Brand of Snack Cakes Praises Productivity of Virginia Workforce


McKee Foods recently announced plans to expand its Stuarts Draft facility in Augusta County, Va. The company expects to create 78 new jobs and invest $19 million, making this one of the most advanced manufacturing plants in the baking industry. McKee Foods has operated in Augusta County for more than two decades, announcing more than 800 new jobs and $98 million in capital investment.

Best known for its Little Debbie® line of snack cakes, McKee Foods produces a wide range of food products under the Sunbelt®, Heartland® and Fieldstone™ Bakery brands. The company has successfully grown from a five-person bakery in the 1930’s to America’s No. 1 brand of snack cakes.
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SAY "YES" TO VIRGINIA

Mike McKee, President and CEO, explains why McKee Foods continues to say yes to Virginia.
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