McCain Foods Burley
In 1960 the Burley plant roared to life providing business to local commerce, contracts for local farmers, and jobs to 300 people. At the time, the plant cost just over $2 million dollars to construct. Fast forward almost sixty years and the McCain Foods Burley plant is still a major center of commerce in the Mini-Cassia area, employing 550 employees, contracting locally with farmers and other businesses for potatoes, materials, and services, and actively supporting the community as a leading business partner in the Mini-Cassia area. The McCain Foods Burley Plant has a great history in the Mini-Cassia area, but the future looks just as bright. McCain Foods is investing in a large expansion that will cost more than $200 million and will require the addition of up to 180 employees.
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McCain Foods began with one small frozen French Fry plant in Florenceville, New Bruswick, Canada in 1957 with thirty employees. From these humble beginnings, McCain Foods has grown to be the world’s largest producer of frozen French Fries and a leader in quality food products around the globe. Our success is due to our people, our McCain family. Each and every one of the more than 20,000 employees within our McCain global family contributes to the McCain Food purpose of bringing enjoyment to people’s lives through great tasting food. In return, we nurture a culture of inclusion and Best in Class performance that provides employees with the tools they need to flourish. If you are interested in a values-driven culture, excellent benefits, and competitive compensation, we would invite you to join the McCain Family.