Snack maker triples output with launch of wind-powered production facility

Read the full story at Manufacturing Dive.

Colorado-based snack company Bobo’s recently opened a wind-powered manufacturing facility in Loveland, Colorado, to meet growing customer demand, the company announced last week.

The new 123,000-square-foot bakery will more than triple Bobo’s current production capacity to churn out a million bars, bites and toaster pastries per day, according to the news release. “We no longer need to pass up on growth opportunities due to production constraints,” Bobo’s CEO TJ McIntyre said in a statement.

Bobo’s plans to complete the installation of all new equipment in the facility by the end of January, having “stood up more than a 100% increase in piece/day throughput,” thanks to its larger size, more than double the 55,000-square-feet previously shared between three locations, McIntyre told Manufacturing Dive in an email.

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