The investment will allow Purina to increase its annual production of dry food by 33% to 285,000 tonnes. Wet food production will increase 108% to 25,000 tonnes annually.
The capital injection will generate more than 200 jobs at the facility, the company stated.
Laurent Freixe, Nestlé’s Americas chief, said the company has a long-term commitment to Mexico and its people.
The company first announced its intention to invest in the plant in October 2020.