Emmi Roth breaks ground on new headquarters, conversion facility in Stoughton

STOUGHTON, Wis. — Officials from cheesemaker Emmi Roth officially broke ground Thursday on the company’s new headquarters and conversion facility in Stoughton.

The company said the new 134,0000-square-foot building on Stoughton’s north side will result in 100 new jobs being created. It’s a project that has been three years in the making.

In addition to serving as the company’s home base, it will also be a conversion facility, taking cheeses from their larger form and crumbling them, shredding them or portioning them out.

The project is expected to wrap up by the end of 2023.

Emmi Roth also has locations in Monroe, Platteville and Seymour. Its current corporate office will stay open until the Stoughton facility opens.