COLUMBIA, S.C. — Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. said it plans to invest $350 million in a new roasting and packaging facility in Moore, S.C. The new plant is expected to primarily house coffee roasting and packaging for Keurig’s single-serve K-Cup pods, but also will support beverage distribution and warehousing, the company said.
“The Keurig Green Mountain business continues to grow,” said Richard Jones, chief supply chain officer at Keurig Green Mountain. “As we plan for the future, we’re pleased to locate our newest facility in Spartanburg county to support our growth. We view the region’s talented employee base and attractive business environment as the right place to invest.”
The new facility will be located in the Tyger River Industrial Park in Moore and is expected to create 500 jobs for the community, Keurig said.