The capital investments are expected to be made over the next several years in manufacturing facilities located primarily in North America and Asia Pacific, where local crops like tapioca and rice can be better utilized.
“There are growing trends toward wholesome products made with authentic ingredients and products designed for convenience. Expanding our capacity will help customers deliver against these trends,” said Ilene Gordon, chairman, president and CEO.
According to the company, the investments will further optimize Ingredion’s global manufacturing network, improve customer service and streamline inventories. These add to the on-going capital expenditures of over $1 billion since 2009.