OPERATIONS at the Freedom Foods factory at Stanbridge are forging ahead, with the site now operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The factory opened three years ago and has been running 24/7 since the start of January.
Extra hours has also meant more staff being employed at the site, with 12 new employees on hand since last month, meaning 76 people now work at the plant.
General manager operations at the Leeton site, Tim Moses, said the good news didn't stop there.
"Last month our staff broke a production record of more than 100,000 cases, which is an increase of about 15 to 20 per cent," he said.
"All of our staff are from the Leeton or Griffith area ... they have all been doing a great job, which has really contributed to the growth out here."
The Stanbridge factory is dedicated to making "free from" products that don't contain nuts, gluten, wheat, barley, sesame seeds, triticale and rye.
These products include a range of cereals, biscuits and bars.
Paramount seafood and other well known brands are also distributed from the site.
Long-term plans are in place to ensure the site continues to blaze ahead, but challenges such as access to a reliable power supply have been hindering operations.
However, according to Mr Moses, the positives outweigh the negatives.
"We're releasing new products next week that have all been produced and made here," he said.
"We've had to put in a temporary secondary packing line to keep up with demand until we can put in a second permanent packing line.
"In the three years we've been operating here there has been a fast growth to get to the full-scale production phase that we are at now.
"It's certainly exciting ... absolutely it's good for the area."