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Green tableware company considering Fayetteville expansion

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A Texas company that makes biodegradable plates and bowls from vegetable starch is considering buying an empty building in Fayetteville for a factory that could employ up to 450 people.

The Fayetteville Observer reports that Variety Global Business of Houston has signed a letter of intent to purchase the 125,000-square-foot "shell" building. The Fayetteville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce built the facility in 2002 to lure new business.

According to a chamber quarterly report given to the Fayetteville City Council last week, VGB would employ 450 people if it opened an operation there. But the deal could still fall through if the company and local officials can't agree on a price, the newspaper reports.

Read the full Fayetteville Observer story here.

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Assistant Business Editor Alan M. Wolf joined the N&O in 1999 covering the business of health care. He became an editor in 2001, and helps oversee the paper's daily business coverage and Sunday Work&Money section. He lives in Clayton with his wife and two children. Reach him at 919-829-4572 or e-mail him.
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