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Amway to Build $32 Million Plant in Quincy
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Amway to Build $32 Million Plant in Quincy

Direct selling giant Amway plans to build a $32 million plant in Quincy to process organic herbs and teas grown at Trout Lake Farm.

According to the Wenatchee World, the 48,000 square foot facility will create about 30 jobs. Construction will begin later this year on twelve acres in the Port of Quincy’s newly developed Industrial Park No. 6. The plant is expected open in 2014.

Amway has already begun the process of obtaining utility and building permits with the City of Quincy and Grant County.

The new plant is part of Amway's plan to move processing closer to growers.

Trout Lake Farm is an organic grower of medicinal herbs and teas with acreage and a milling operation located south of Ephrata.

Trout Lake is the largest certified organic herb farm in North America, according to Amway, and provides blueberry, oregano, peppermint, nettle, echinacea and other plants used in Amway’s Nutrilite vitamins and supplements.

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