A company that sells dog meat to a New Hampshire supermarket has expanded its slaughterhouse operations to the New Hampshire state line.
The meat extruder manufacturer was founded in 2015 and operates out of a New England facility.
Fox News has obtained video of the factory from a contractor hired by the company.
Fox affiliate WMTW reports that the company has expanded the slaughterhouse into a facility with about 300 workers, where it will bring the meat from the New York City market.
The company has about 700 employees in New Hampshire, according to the company website.
It is not known how many dogs are killed each year at the New Jersey facility.