ANTIGO, Wis. (AP) -- The Sartori cheese company plans to spend $14 million to expand and renovate its plants in Antigo and Plymouth.
The fourth generation family-owned company says the project includes updating equipment at its Antigo plant. The expansion and renovation is expected to add a total of 53 jobs. Work will start in 2014, Sartori's 75th anniversary year.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation has approved nearly $400,000 in tax credits.
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