Saint Louis, MO

Deli Star Corp announces plans to build a new plant in St. Louis

George Vandervalk

ST LOUIS, MO—The company is establishing its new headquarters in Missouri. The company announced today that after exploring several locations for its new headquarters, it has selected St. Louis, Missouri.

St. Louis was chosen over other cities after an extensive, highly competitive search, in part due to its talented staff, low prices, and excellent quality of life. Prior to moving to Missouri, Illinois was the company's home base.

Deli Star CEO Justin Siegel says the company is thrilled to call Missouri Deli Star's new home after searching across multiple states. We received support from the Missouri team, including the Missouri Partnership, as part of the selection process.

Subash Alias, CEO of Missouri Partnership, said, "Our economic development partners helped bring Deli Star to Missouri and kept it in the greater St. Louis area."

"During Deli Star's search for a new home for its headquarters, we received a number of inquiries from states and communities. The fact that we kept it here speaks volumes about our workforce and our overall business climate. I look forward to seeing Deli Star thrive here in Missouri." He stated.

The company provides sustainable, high-quality proteins. Deli Star will manufacture proteins, slow-cooked meats, deli logs, protein salads, sauces, and plant-based proteins in its new food manufacturing facility in St. Louis.

Deli Star plans to begin production at the 110,000-square-foot facility this summer. Early in 2022, a 50,000-square-foot facility will be completed.

The plant site is approximately 30 miles from Fayetteville. The facility is only about two miles from Deli Star's R&D center, which will allow Deli Star to service customers from ideation to production easily.

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