I interpreted the bold as they had two buildings until it opened the large factory in Irwindale. Until meaning the two other buildings are no longer in operation because they opened the bigger facility.
Regardless, the update is that the judge ruled in Sriracha's favor so no worries.
But they are still active though, the address on the current Sriracha chili sauce still has their Rosemead location on it. Actually the one I bought yesterday still has that Rosemead location there. As good as the judge rule this out of, I am on the residence side of this case. I mean cmon put yourself in the residence perspective, if you happen to live in that part of town your whole life and a company opens a new facility nearby which could pollute and distract you from your daily lives, then it should be in the best interest of the city to close down that facility for the safety of its residence. It's no big deal as Sriracha still has its other two locations, they can always open a new one elsewhere. Kinda sad that the residence had to suffer for this just so Sriracha could open and make more sauce without looking to make sure its neighbors are in good terms with what they do.