Carnivore Meat Company Establishes Green Bay, Wisconsin, Facility
According to company officials, the new building boasts 24,000 sq. feet. of space that will be utilized for finished goods warehousing and will also feature twelve custom-built freeze-dryers. These additional freeze-dryers will increase production capacity by 50% and are expected to be fully operational by July 2022, bringing the company's production facilities up to 35 total freeze-dryers to meet surging consumer demand.
"This acquisition has been high on our radar for a number of years. Our commitment and belief in Carnivore's culture were primary drivers in making this a reality. We continuously challenge ourselves to find ways to say 'YES' and we 'make the impossible… possible," states Lanny Viegut, CEO of Carnivore Meat Company. The determination and creativity that exemplifies the culture of Carnivore has been key to the overall success of the organization and is the force behind their bold and strategic decisions, such as the acquisition of this building.
This newest plant will allow the company to expand its operations and increase warehousing capacity to better serve its broad customer base. Consumers are increasingly seeking healthier, nutritious freeze-dried pet foods, fueling the company's exceptional three year growth rate of 141%, according to company officials.
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