Seabrook Crisps is looking to develop a second factory within the next five years.
The company, which in the last three years has become the UK’s fastest growing potato crisp brand supplying all major supermarkets, intends to have a second factory up and running by 2015.
The new site is likely to be in the Midlands or the south of England to enable easier distribution.
Managing director John Tague said no timescale for developing a new factory had been finalised, but a second production base to handle an expanding range of products would be needed within the next five years.
He said £5.2m had been invested in the Bradford factory over the past two-and-a-half years, including the first robotic packing machine of its kind in the UK snacks industry.
He said: “We have ambitious plans and intend to widen our crisp range, including some innovative new products.”
“We currently use another crisp maker to handle extra capacity, but a second factory will be needed.”