Original article Appeared March 3, 2022 in MySA.com by Gabriel Romero
Texas Tito’s spicy snacks is set to expand facilities in New Braunfels. The iconic pickle-in-a-pouch company’s 38,652 square-foot building will hold its new business office, warehouse and production facility.
“The building allows for future expansion and building additions have been planned into the initial design,” said Texas Tito’s President Chris Snider.
The new building will include many features that will allow for more efficient operations and improve Texas Tito’s ability to achieve higher level Global Food Safety Initiative benchmarked auditing schemes, Snider added. The current building is 20,000 square-feet.
“New Braunfels has been great since moving from San Antonio and is supportive of the new facility and Tito’s ongoing operations,” Snider said.
The company began on S Flores Street in San Antonio in 1998. After two years, they outgrew the facility in San Antonio and moved operations to New Braunfels in 2000.
Texas Tito’s products include their pickles-in-a-pouch, portion packs of sliced jalapenos, portion packs of cascabellas, and 12-ounce cups of jalapenos and cascabellas. Tito’s pickles are all grown, processed and packaged in Texas.
Texas Tito’s is a member of the Texas Department of Agriculture’s GO TEXAN program, which showcased products and businesses made in Texas.
“Keeping as many dollars as possible as local as possible is important to Texas Tito’s. GO TEXAN does a great job of developing new sales and business opportunities for GO TEXAN partners and encouraging consumers to look for the GO TEXAN mark when making buying decisions,” Snider said.