Summit, Illinois - Business and Industry

Business and Industry

Ingredion operates a corn milling and processing plant at 65th Street and Archer Avenue, in an area known as Argo. This facility is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

ACH Food Companies, Inc. operates a manufacturing and processing plant here for MAZOLA corn oil, KARO corn syrup and ARGO Baking Powder and Corn Starch.

The Institute for Food Safety and Health (formerly the National Center for Food Safety and Technology) is located adjacent to the Corn Products plant. It is affiliated with the Illinois Institute of Technology and the Food and Drug Administration's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. The institute formerly identified as being in Summit, although it now is designated as being in Bedford Park, IL.

Frito-Lay has a zone office in Summit. Summit has also been the home of the Desplaines Valley News newspaper since 1913.

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