BENTONVILLE, ARK. – International omnichannel retailer Walmart unveiled plans for a third milk processing facility, with this one set to open in 2026, in Robinson, Texas.

Walmart opened its first milk processing facility in 2018, in Fort Wayne, Ind., and previously announced a $350 million facility in Valdosta, Ga., which is scheduled to open in 2025.

Just like the other sites, the a $350 million Texas facility will be owned and operated by Walmart. The company said the plant will bring 400 new jobs to the community.

“We’re excited to be able to provide Texas and its surrounding states with high-quality milk sourced primarily from Texas dairy farmers,” said Bruce Heckman, Walmart’s vice president of manufacturing. “This new facility continues our commitment to building a more resilient and transparent supply chain and ensuring our customers’ needs are met for this everyday staple.”

Per Walmart, adding another milk processing plant gives the company further visibility into the sources of its products, thereby strengthening its supply chain.

The company shared that milk products from the Texas facility will go out to 750-plus Walmart and Sam’s Club locations in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and parts of Arkansas and Mississippi. The facility will process gallon, half gallon, whole, 2%, 1%, skim and 1% chocolate milk products for Walmart’s Great Value brands and Sam’s Club’s Member’s Mark brands.