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US: Veggies Inc. expands facilities, employee base to increase production possibilities
Incorporated into their expanded facilities, was the purchase of new USDA certified production lines. Two of the new lines will be used for private labelling and conditioning perishables, whereas the other two will be used for overwrap processing and production needs.
Marco A. Barreda, Vice President of Veggies Inc. commented, “We are always looking for ways to continually improve our products and services, and with our added facilities and employees, we will be able to do just that, to an even greater audience. Our production alone already operates year round and as the seasons transfer, we are also able to handle products from not just Mexico, but also different regions such as California, Texas and Arkansas providing quality produce to customers year-round.”
Luis “Louie” Valenzuela
With their expanded facilities and production, Veggies Inc. has also increased their employee base with the addition of two more accounting staff members and warehouse personal such as loaders, in-house quality control, dispatchers and field quality control. Veggies Inc. not only takes pride in their produce, but also takes pride in having quality people, such as newly hired salesman Luis “Louie” Valenzuela. Promoted in October of 2013, Valenzuela has been in the produce business for fifteen years and brings with him prior experience from positions in loading, quality control and dispatch.
For more information:
Marco A. Barreda
Phone: +1 520-281-5900
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