Dallas Development Fund provided $8 million in NMTC allocation to Pioneer Frozen Foods in June 2016 to support a new, state-of-the-art food manufacturing facility. Located in the International Inland Port of Dallas (IIPOD) in Southern Dallas, the project converts the vacant, 134,000 square foot Dallas Morning News printing facility into a manufacturing facility specializing in […]
Financing for construction of a manufacturing facility for America’s Beverage Company.
NMTC financing allowed a grain processing co-op to purchase another operation and expand its services.
The Olympia Foods Project involved the renovation of a vacant 125,000-square-foot industrial facility previously used by a food manufacturer that halted operations in 2012 and laid off all 200 full-time employees. The new facility was brought up to Olympia Foods’s operating standards and outfitted for the production of pita and gyro products. SCORE NMTCs supported […]
A Small Business Fund loan to a small ice cream distributor, which enabled him to purchase the office/warehouse space that he was leasing.
NMTCs bring food manufacturers to Chicago
Albtertsons – United Supermarkets, LLC: Business, government and civic leaders helped break ground Monday for a new Albertsons Market at 808 N. Canal in Carlsbad. The new construction will replace the existing location and is nearly 40 percent larger. The 59,000 square foot store will feature some amenities like fresh sushi, an outdoor patio and […]
Highland Baking Co. (HBC) currently has two production facilities, one located just outside of Chicago and one on Asheville Highway in Spartanburg, which opened in 2012 and quickly reached its production and employment capacities. The company currently employs 210 full-time workers in Spartanburg and operates two production lines for three shifts each day, maxing out its available cold storage space. […]
This project involved expanding a facility for meat a manufacturer. Nueske’s Meats is a third-generation family owned business, manufacturing award winning applewood smoked meats. Expanding the manufacturing space retained 135 jobs and created 66 new, pernament jobs.
The purchase of equipment and working capital related expenses related to the expansion of a woman-owned local brewery.