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Vegetable and Butcher Relocate-Plans Upper Marlboro, Maryland, Headquarters

Vegetable and Butcher, a subscription-based food delivery service, plans to relocate its headquarters to Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The project is expected to create 184 jobs over the next three years.

The company will locate in a 32,000-square-foot Class A industrial space at 6001 Fallard Drive.

“We find ourselves in an unprecedented and exciting time at Vegetable and Butcher,” said Vegetable and Butcher Founder Turner Hoff. “If there’s anything the past few years have taught us, it is that the way we access and enjoy food has transformed in unimaginable ways. Truth is, digital access and personalization mean we are unlikely ever to return to a solely physical dining experience. But there’s a powerful upside to this deluge of change: Eaters today are more empowered and informed than ever before. That’s what makes us excited. The food industry has exposed its resiliency and its vulnerabilities, and it is our honor and privilege to help define what the industry can become.”

To assist with project costs, the Maryland Department of Commerce has approved a $480,000 conditional grant through Advantage Maryland. Additionally, Prince George’s County is providing a $480,000 conditional loan through its Economic Development Incentive Fund to help the company complete the project. Vegetable and Butcher is also eligible for various other incentives and tax credits, including the More Jobs for Marylanders program and the state's Job Creation Tax Credit.

“By moving to Upper Marlboro, Vegetable and Butcher can maintain quick access to its Washington, D.C. customer base while benefiting from Maryland’s talented workforce,” noted Maryland Department of Commerce Secretary Kevin Anderson. “With nearly 200 new jobs being created in Prince George’s County, the company will make a significant impact locally as it continues its growth in the Mid Atlantic.”

Vegetable and Butcher delivers ready-to-eat meals to approximately 150 zip codes in the Mid Atlantic region. The company offers two types of chef-inspired meals, plant-based or with animal protein, and are always dairy and gluten-free.

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