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Nature Food finds home in BC

Nature Food Products (NFP) recently announced the pending acquisition of property near the corner of Watery Lane and West Forest Street in Brigham City.

The NFP team has been working with Brigham City officials and regional economic directors to find the ideal location for a new meat processing facility and a commercial real estate development.  Both will favorably impact the area economically and has earned NFP a state incentive through the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development.

The proposed meat processing facility will be state of the art – one of the most advanced in the U.S. – and will become one of the few transparent facilities in the world, with emphasis on employee safety, food safety and animal welfare. Plans for the facility include advanced odor control, enclosed livestock storage and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Over 25 percent of the potential jobs at the facility would be salaried, non-processing, professional jobs in management, sales, marketing, logistics and human resources.

NFP is also evaluating the potential for a commercial development adjacent to West Forest St. The development would provide commercial retail, restaurant and office space for local businesses and offer a gateway entry into Brigham City. The feasibility of this development is currently being evaluated for future consideration.

NFP partners are ready to share their story as a family-owned and operated business in California of over 30 years. They take pride in treating employees as family, offering advancement opportunities, and being involved in the community.

NFP will brief the Brigham City Council about the proposed project in a public work session format preceding the regularly scheduled City Council meeting on Thursday, Dec. 5. The work session will begin at 5:30 p.m.

NFP will be there to share information about themselves and future projects and answer questions. NFP is looking forward to getting to know the community and is excited to share the opportunities they are bringing with them to the county.


2 comments for “Nature Food finds home in BC

  1. Jason Mauchley
    December 4, 2013 at 1:21 pm

    Well at least someone in Box Elder County was able to find a location for this business. To bad Tremonton wasn’t able to.

  2. Mike
    December 11, 2013 at 7:23 pm

    What! That nasty pork processing facility is coming to the County! Is it too late to bus the local uninformed (dare I say bigoted) Tremonton folks down there to scream at them? Well…there goes the neighborhood! If only my neighbors would have known, maybe they could have stopped it.

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