The former Beech-Nut facility in Canajoharie may have a buyer, but those in the know are being tight-lipped about its future.
The huge white factory is a landmark for those who travel along the Thruway between Syracuse and Albany, even though the company removed the big red Beech-Nut letters earlier this year.
The baby food maker moved out in 2009, but didn’t go far. It took its 300 jobs 20 miles east to the town of Florida. New York state paid about $104 million to help with the move, according to the Associated Press.