California burrito maker Ruiz Foods cooks up new headquarters in Texas

The centrally located regional headquarters in North Texas will bring at least 125 jobs to the area by 2026, according to a news release.

The Frisco headquarters will allow for greater business opportunities, efficient access to each of Ruiz Foods’ facilities and easier recruitment of talent, said Ruiz Foods President and CEO Dan Antonelli in the news release. 

“As we continue to plan the next phase of our growth, we have realized the need for a centrally located regional headquarters in a larger metropolitan area,” Antonelli says in the news release.

Ruiz Foods makes and distributes snacks like Tornados and frozen food brands like El Monterey, Artisan Bistro and Plantivore. 

CEO of Tesla Motors Elon Musk speaks at the Tesla Giga Texas manufacturing "Cyber Rodeo" grand opening party in Austin.

CEO of Tesla Motors Elon Musk speaks at the Tesla Giga Texas manufacturing “Cyber Rodeo” grand opening party in Austin.

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Companies continue to favor Texas’ available land and workforce, with Nissei America Inc. being the most recent California company moving to San Antonio. One of the more high-profile moves was Tesla’s switch to Austin in December 2021.

The electric vehicle maker built a $1.1 billion manufacturing facility in Travis County called Giga Texas, which opened in the most extra way in early April with a giant party. Now Tesla (and soon Twitter) owner Elon Musk and his side companies are working their way through Texas

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