Sovereign Flavors will settle into a new 80,000 square-foot location in Kyle.
KYLE, Texas – A California-based beverage company is the latest business moving its headquarters to Central Texas.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced Friday that Sovereign Flavors will relocate its operations to Kyle from Orange County. The company will bring its headquarters, manufacturing, quality assurance and research and development departments to the area.
“Sovereign Flavors’ relocation to the Lone Star State is great news for the people of Central Texas, and I look forward to collaborating with the company to keep Texas the best place to live, work, build a business, and raise a family,” said Governor Abbott. “More and more innovative businesses like Sovereign are moving to Texas because of our world-class business climate, diverse workforce, and endless avenues of opportunity for all Texans to succeed.”
The beverage development and flavoring company will settle into a new 80,000 square-foot location in Kyle. According to the company’s website, it employs more than 50 people.
“We are thrilled to relocate to the great State of Texas,” said David Ames, President of Sovereign Flavors. “Texas provides a remarkable environment for our business and our Sovereign family as we cultivate talented individuals who work with pride, purpose, and talent. Sovereign Flavors is honored to join Texas’ strong business climate and continue providing the highest quality food and beverage flavors in the industry. “
Learn more about Sovereign Flavors by visiting the company website.
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