Kraft Heinz facility could be built by the end of the year

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DAVENPORT- Mayor Frank Klipsch says the new Kraft Heinz facility could be built by late fall.

He told us this during 'Breakfast With' Thursday, July 29 at Greatest Grains on Harrison Street. About 1,400 people currently work at the riverfront plant in West Davenport. The new plant is expected to employ just 500 people.

Thursday, July 6, we're having 'Breakfast With' the leaders of the John Deere Classic. We'll be talking to Tournament Director Clair Peterson and Birdies for Charity Kristy Ketcham-Jackson at TPC Deere Run. It all starts at 5 a.m. If you have a question for Peterson or Ketcham-Jackson, click here.  

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