Pet food company Marty’s Meals will invest over $2 million over the next ten years to expand its operations complex in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Marty’s Meals Marty’s Meals hand-prepares over 30 Raw and Gently Cooked Dog and Cat Food Recipes, Lamb and Bison Jerky, and a line of Gluten-free Munchies. The company will expand to an 8,000 square foot storefront and manufacturing facility which opens in November.
As an incentive, New Mexico Economic Development Department will invest up to $175,000 in Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) funds in the expansion. LEDA helps recruit new businesses to our state while helping those that are already here grow and thrive.
"We're thrilled to see Marty’s Meals continuing to succeed and grow in New Mexico," said Economic Development Cabinet Secretary Matt Geisel. "Our efforts to foster a pro-business climate in our state encourage companies to not only choose New Mexico, but to stay and grow here. Marty’s Meals is not only a homegrown success story, but it is a fantastic story of utilizing New Mexico agriculture to supplement and grow their business.”
“This investment in Marty’s Meals by the State makes it possible to grow our business and at the same time leverage our commitment to the ‘Triple Bottom Line Plus’ mission we brought to market four years ago,” says Marty’s Meals Founder & Owner Sandy Bosben. “With it, we can expand partnerships with New Mexico farmers and ranchers who are committed to agricultural practices protecting our planet; we can employ a growing workforce that benefits from good wages and benefits; we can contribute to New Mexico’s economic strength; we can expand to new markets; and most importantly, we can provide more pets with the kind of nutritious food that will assure them healthier, longer, happier lives.”
“We are proud to see local companies like Marty’s Meals expand,” said Matt Brown, Director of Santa Fe Economic Development. “It shines a light on Santa Fe’s entrepreneurial spirit and can translate into economic prosperity for the City. We are working to make that spirit more contagious and continue to support local businesses.”