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Daiya Foods expanding production capacity | 2018-03-07


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Vancouver, Canada — To meet the growing demand for plant-based foods, Daiya Foods, a subsidiary of Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., is moving to a larger corporate headquarters and production facility in Burnaby, BC, Canada. The move will allow Daiya to expand strategic operations, accelerate innovation and increase the number of new full-time and part-time positions, the company said.

Daiya’s new 400,000-square-foot facility will allow for increased distribution, storage and administrative offices. Daiya said the move is part of the company’s target of $1 billion in revenue.

“Today’s consumers are adopting plant-based foods as a great-tasting alternative that promotes a healthier lifestyle,” said Terry Tierney, Chief Executive Officer, Daiya. “We are expanding our teams to enable us to continue to do work that will further surprise and delight consumers around the world and accommodate our aggressive recruitment growth plans over the next 2-5 years. Our new headquarters will be the future – Not only for the Daiya brand but for plant based foods as a whole. Most importantly, it helps us continue to make our delicious plant based products for every part of the day. enables and brings the incredible benefits of a plant-forward lifestyle to more people around the world.”

“Today’s consumers are adopting plant-based foods as a great-tasting alternative that promotes a healthier lifestyle.” — Terry Tierney, Daiya Foods

Production at the new facility is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2019, and Daiya anticipates that all of its employees will be moved to the new location by mid-2020.

Established in 2008, Daiya Foods produces plant-based foods that are dairy-, gluten- and soy-free, including burritos, non-dairy frozen desserts, pizza, dressings, and pasta. The company’s products can be found in more than 25,000 grocery stores in the United States as well as Australia, Sweden, Mexico and Hong Kong.



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