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Loan | Alive

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$3.5M | 4 yrs ago

About Shenandoah Valley Organic

Shenandoah Valley Organic is a company focused on the organic poultry industry. The company offers organic, humanely raised chicken products that are traceable back to the farm of origin. The primary market for Shenandoah Valley Organic's products is the organic food industry. Shenandoah Valley Organic was formerly known as Valley Pride Organic Chicken. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Headquarters Location

779 Massanutten Street Suite 204

Harrisonburg, Virginia, 22802,

United States




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Latest Shenandoah Valley Organic News

Biden-Harris Administration invests $59 million to strengthen food supply chain and rural economies

Feb 22, 2023

USDA is providing the $59 million in grants to five independent processors. February 22, 2023 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack is announcing the Biden-Harris Administration is investing $59 million across the country to increase independent meat and poultry processing capacity, expand market opportunities for farmers and create jobs in rural areas. “For too long, American farmers and ranchers have been asked to produce more to meet increasing demand across the country and around the world [...] while they and the rural communities they come from have struggled to see their fair share of the benefits,” Vilsack said. “The Biden-Harris Administration and USDA are taking action to advance a sustainable vision of agriculture that prioritizes the needs of our resilient producers and small businesses, strengthens our food supply chain and brings value back to rural people and places. Through investments like those I’m announcing today, USDA will continue to work tirelessly to give farmers and ranchers a fair chance to compete in the marketplace, which in turn helps lower food costs for the American people.” Secretary Vilsack announced the new investments while touring a processing facility in Harrisonburg, Virginia, that will be expanded with the funding. Vilsack and Deputy Secretary Jewel Bronaugh visited with local producers and members of the community to discuss the importance of these investments to the region’s economy. USDA is providing the $59 million in grants to five independent processors under the Meat and Poultry Processing Expansion Program (MPPEP). The funding will help build new processing plants, create hundreds of jobs, give local producers and entrepreneurs more options and business opportunities and give consumers more options at the grocery store. For example: In Virginia, Shenandoah Valley Organic LLC is receiving a $3.6 million grant to expand its organic chicken processing facility in Harrisonburg to meet increasing demand. The grant will be used for equipment purchases, new conveyor lines, building and site modifications and a new wastewater treatment system. The improvements will help the facility alleviate processing bottlenecks and nearly double its processing capacity to 630,000 birds per week. These investments will create 300 jobs and enable Shenandoah Valley to provide more processing options and choices for customers. In Idaho, Riverbend Meats LLC is receiving a $25 million grant to help build an environmentally-friendly beef processing plant in Idaho Falls. The funding also will be used for custom equipment and installation of nine miles of mainline gas pipe. The project is expected to double the plant's capacity from 300 head per day to 600, increasing the price ranchers receive for their cattle and lowering costs for consumers. In South Dakota, CNF Enterprises LLC is receiving a $3.3 million grant to help build a 30,000-square-foot processing facility in New Underwood. The facility will have the capacity to process 4,000 head per year, including beef, pork, lamb and buffalo. CNF Enterprises is a new company that was formed to help meet the increasing demand for locally sourced meat products. Through the American Rescue Plan, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act, the Biden-Harris Administration has made investments in rural America. These investments have provided USDA with an unprecedented amount of resources to invest in rural communities and transform the food system. In November, USDA awarded $75 million to 22 projects under MPPEP. In January, USDA awarded an additional $12 million to three more MPPEP projects. The program is one of many actions that USDA is taking to expand processing capacity, create more revenue streams and market opportunities for producers and transform the nation’s food system. Additional information on all these programs is available at . Under the Biden-Harris Administration, Rural Development provides loans, grants and loan guarantees to help expand economic opportunities, create jobs and improve the quality of life for millions of Americans in rural areas. This assistance supports infrastructure improvements, business development, housing, community facilities such as schools, public safety and health care, and high-speed internet access in rural, tribal and high-poverty areas. For more information, visit . USDA touches the lives of Americans each day in many ways. Under the Biden-Harris Administration, USDA is transforming America’s food system by having a greater focus on more resilient local and regional food production, promoting competition and fairer markets for all producers, ensuring access to safe, healthy and nutritious food in all communities, building new markets and streams of income for farmers and producers using climate-smart food and forestry practices, making historic investments in infrastructure and clean energy capabilities in rural America, and committing to equity across the department by removing systemic barriers and building a workforce more representative of America. To learn more, visit . To subscribe to USDA Rural Development updates, visit GovDelivery subscriber page . Source: USDA

Shenandoah Valley Organic Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Shenandoah Valley Organic founded?

    Shenandoah Valley Organic was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Shenandoah Valley Organic's headquarters?

    Shenandoah Valley Organic's headquarters is located at 779 Massanutten Street, Harrisonburg.

  • What is Shenandoah Valley Organic's latest funding round?

    Shenandoah Valley Organic's latest funding round is Loan.

  • How much did Shenandoah Valley Organic raise?

    Shenandoah Valley Organic raised a total of $28.75M.

  • Who are the investors of Shenandoah Valley Organic?

    Investors of Shenandoah Valley Organic include Paycheck Protection Program, S2G Ventures, NRV, Open Prairie Ventures and Middleland Capital.

  • Who are Shenandoah Valley Organic's competitors?

    Competitors of Shenandoah Valley Organic include Plainville Farms and 4 more.


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