Idaho leads the nation in economic strength, job recovery, growth and business formations.

Idaho has a vibrant, pro-business culture means it is no surprise Idaho continues to beat out other states for economic growth.

Idaho’s continued growth allows our state to stand out. As businesses across the country and world assess their location decisions, many are choosing Idaho.

Read the stories below to see a few of the businesses that have recently chosen to locate in Idaho.

Micron Technology

In September of 2022, Micron Technology announced the largest single private investment in the state’s history, an investment of approximately $15 billion through the end of the decade to construct a new fab for leading-edge memory manufacturing.


Meta (formerly the Facebook company) announced in February 2022 that the City of Kuna would be the location of its newest data center. The data center represents an investment of $800 million, supporting the growing community of Kuna and the broader Treasure Valley.


Milk is a staple of any fridge and is one of Idaho’s top agricultural products. The one issue with milk? It does not seem to last long enough. Suntado, a new aseptic dairy packaging plant, is working to solve that problem by creating state-of-the-art shelf-stable milk and alternative beverages.


In February 2023, Hempitecture held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil their new 33,000-square-foot facility located in Jerome — kicking off the production of their flagship product, HempWool.

GoGo SqueeZ

GoGo SqueeZ has a long history in Idaho, establishing its second domestic plant in Nampa more than eight years ago. The company, which is the flagship brand of Materne North America, produces squeezable fruit-based snacks.

Lamb Weston

Since 1961, Lamb Weston has been a staple in Idaho.

As the leading producer of frozen French fries, Lamb Weston has grown considerably over the years but has continued its presence in Southeast Idaho.

Hear from them about why they chose Idaho here.

Northwest Fourslide

Northwest Fourslide recently decided to move its business to Idaho from Oregon. Among the top factors for their decision included affordability, low cost of living and a qualified and productive labor market.

Why Choose Idaho?

Click the link below to hear from these companies, and more, about why they chose Idaho.

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