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BernCo Approves $250,000 Grant for El Pinto Expansion

02/01/2017

The Bernalillo County Commission approved a $250,000 Local Economic Development Act grant to help El Pinto Foods expand its New Mexico food manufacturing facility. The company currently produces salsas, chopped green chile and green and red chile sauce, among other food products.

The expansion is expected to create 25 new jobs. The grant money comes from the State of New Mexico, and Bernalillo County serves as the fiscal agent.

“El Pinto Foods is a great local company using New Mexico products to create new jobs, and Bernalillo County is proud to support this expansion,” Commissioner Lonnie Talbert says.“This investment will boost our local manufacturing base and promote New Mexico’s unique food as an export product around the world.”

 

LEDA at El Pinto

 

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