Sun-Maid to move headquarters from Kingsburg to Fresno

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With business booming, Sun-Maid is looking to expand. 

The raisin company announced today it will move its corporate offices from Kingsburg to Fresno. They also plan to move their satellite offices in northern California to Fresno.

The consolidated office will operate at Palm and Herndon ave; they hope to move in by this summer. 

The raisin processing plant will still operate in Kingsburg; in a release the company stated that the Kingsburg location will be “transformed into a center for operational excellence and product development”.

To help with the move the company will give employees flex schedules, remote access and work-from-home options.

“This move marks a monumental step in our progression in terms of talent, culture and innovation,” said Harry Overly, CEO and president of Sun-Maid. 

Sun-Maid was founded in 1912 and headquartered in Fresno until 1964.

“With an expanded headquarters and more poignant focus on creative ideas and products, we look forward to spurring even more of these moments, while continuing to offer natural, healthful options for parents and kids alike,” stated Overly.  
 

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