by: Refrigerated and Frozen Foods, November 2020
Verde Juice started after Kelly Egolf, the company’s founder, healed herself on four months of liquid diet following major jaw surgery. Through research on the nutritional properties of whole foods, she learned she could combine cold-pressed juice with leafy greens, seeds and nuts for maximum nutritional benefit. Verde Juices contain 100% certified organic products and are made in Santa Fe, NM. Products are made using HPP (high-pressure processing) and include immunity, detox, and endurance shots, plus cold-pressed juice blends like Spring Green, Ruby Cleanse, Immune Booster, Hydrating Sweetness, and Maple Lemon Aid.
by: KRQE Staff Posted: Jun 30, 2020 / 10:20 PM MDT / Updated: Jun 30, 2020 / 10:20 PM MDT
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – County commissioners approved a plan to bring Santa Fe-based food manufacturer to the county Tuesday. New Mexico Fresh Foods will move into a warehouse near Balloon Fiesta Park. The county is also putting up funds for the company to buy special equipment designed to allow food to remain fresher longer without preservatives.
“This is a very unique opportunity to bring this cutting-edge business into the county,” says County Commission Chair Lonnie Talbert in a press release. “And what’s more, New Mexico Fresh is using an existing warehouse, filling empty space and creating jobs.” Read more.
BernCo OKs $9M incentive for NM Fresh Foods Expansion
BY ABQJOURNAL NEWS STAFF Wednesday, July 1st, 2020 at 7:06 am
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Bernalillo County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved up to $9 million in taxable industrial revenue bonds for New Mexico Fresh Foods’ expansion into Albuquerque. Read more.
There are few other places in the country with as much of a defined regional cuisine and foodshed as New Mexico. Whether it’s growing green chile or raising sheep, there’s a lot of farming and ranching wrapped up in New Mexico’s culture and history, and we take pride in the foods that define us. Producing those foods has been an equally huge part of our state’s economy for generations—and there’s no sign that will change anytime soon.
According to the Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Statistics Report, the total value of New Mexico’s agriculture sector in 2018 was $3.17 billion, and the value of animals and animal products was $2.18 billion. Read more.