"We will be able to ship our meat anywhere in the U.S.," said Manas in the Sacramento Bee. "We will be able to sell our meat directly to customers."
"Here's clear community infrastructure that serves a particular demand because of the growing awareness of the side effects of the concentrated meat industry," said Thomas Nelson, president of the Capay Valley Farm Shop, which delivers boxes of locally produced food to about 450 families, and produce to corporate cafeterias. "There's strong demand for natural local meat, where the livestock has been cared for."
The processing facility, formerly a fertilizer and supply store, is awaiting final inspections before it opens.
Source: Sacramento Bee