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Instinct Pet Food Plans $180M Expansion

The company would add about 120 employees.

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Instinct, a manufacturer of raw pet food, is planning a $180 million expansion in Lincoln, NE.

The company is looking to consolidate its manufacturing and distribution facilities, the Journal Star reports.

The expansion would involve constructing a 250,000-square-foot production facility. Two other sites in Lincoln will be closed.

With the project, Instinct would add about 120 employees in Lincoln, according the Journal Star. The company already employs about 100 people in the city.

Instinct plans to take its proposal before the Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning Commission this month, the Journal Star reports. It’s not yet known when construction might begin.

Instinct previously operated under the name Nature’s Variety.

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