The Times reports that there was a decrease in tomato picker/processors in CA from 45,000 to 5,000 handling 5 times the tonnage between 1950 and now. It also reports that making Greek yogurt, specifically Chobani, has increased employment from 0 to 2,000 over the last 15 years.
And finally, FiveThirty Eight reports an increase in statistical analysts from 44 in 2099 to 156 now. The number of scouts has also increased from 124 to 153.
I'm not sure whether food processing counts as manufacturing? Given the proliferation of food products on grocery store shelves, you'd think that area at least would have seen big growth over the last 50 years.