Dorothy Lane Market is opening a Killer Brownie factory in Miamisburg.

CONFIRMED: Dorothy Lane opening Killer Brownie manufacturing facility

Killer Brownie fans can expect more flavors of Dorothy Lane’s famous brownies with its most recent building purchase.

Dorothy Lane confirmed in a statement that its recent more than $1 million purchase of an industrial building at 650 Precision Court in Miamisburg will be a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.

The Dayton Daily News was first to report the purchase of the 27,000 square-foot building Monday.

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“More Killer Brownie is always a good thing! We see many new brownie flavors in our future,” says Chimene Mayne Ross, chief customer officer of the Killer Brownie Company and daughter of Norman Mayne, Dorothy Lane Market CEO. “We’re excited to be a new resident of the manufacturing landscape in the business friendly environment in the city of Miamisburg.”

In October 2016, the Killer Brownie Company, which is a separate wholesale entity from Dorothy Lane market but owned by the same family, moved into its current 7,200 square-foot location, but has outgrown the space, according to a statement.

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The Killer Brownie Company has more than 100 products in the brownie category through Killer Brownie and other every day and gourmet brownies spread in national restaurant and retail chains and supermarkets.

The building will undergo renovations over the next several months to form the manufacturing facility.

Dorothy Lane Market, where local customers can buy the Killer Brownies, currently has locations in Oakwood, Washington Square and Springboro. Killer Brownies come in original, brookie, German chocolate, salted caramel, not-a-nutter, peanut butter, cookies and cream, blonde ambition and several other flavors.

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