Don Lee Farms Acquires Production And Distribution Facility In Texas

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Don Lee Farms, a family food company based in California, has acquired a 140,000-s.f. food production and distribution facility located in Mansfield, Texas, in the Dallas area.

The facility is owned by Don Lee Farms and will serve as an additional food production facility with a cold storage and distribution center. The facility will provide a geographical focus on the South, Midwest and Eastern U.S. This acquisition brings Don Lee Farms additional production capacity, expanded manufacturing capabilities and serves as a strategic location to major suppliers and customers.

“Our steady growth over the last 30 years has provided us with the unique opportunity to capitalize on this facility acquisition. Along with our core manufacturing and distribution facilities in California, the Texas facility will complement our overall operational ability to deliver the uncompromising quality and exceptional service customers have come to expect from us,” said Donald Goodman, president of Don Lee Farms. “The city of Mansfield has provided our company with a business-friendly environment and access to markets that will drive our future growth. We are looking forward to working in Mansfield and continuing a family tradition of innovation in food manufacturing.”

Established in California in 1982, Don Lee Farms is a family-owned manufacturer, co-packer and national supplier of high-quality fresh and frozen fully cooked food products. Don Lee Farms produces beef, pork, turkey, chicken, vegetarian, and vegan food products for foodservice, retail, convenience store, club and school foodservice markets. Consumer products and end items are sold at Costco Wholesale, Whole Foods Markets, Sam’s Club and Walmart under the Don Lee Farms label, private brands and under brands of the company’s partners.


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