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Wholesome Foods expands in Shenandoah County

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Governor Glenn Youngkin announced that family-owned Wholesome Foods will expand in Shenandoah County.

Based out of Edinburg since 1964 Wholesome Foods will expand and add jobs to the region.

Nearly $1.2 million worth of investment funds will help the longstanding food distribution company expand.

The company plans to source nearly all livestock for the new facility from Virginia farms creating a new market for local cattle and hogs in the region.

Governor Younger and House Speaker Todd Gilbert both applauded and thanked Dean and Syvilla Pence for their commitment to the Commonwealth.

A Governor approved $40,000 grant from the Forestry Industries Development Fund will be matched by Shenandoah County funds to secure the expansion.

With the expansion Wholesome Foods will be able to expand their home delivery of poultry, meats, eggs and cheeses both locally and deeper into the mid-Atlantic region.

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