Pipeline Foods - the first supply chain company dedicated exclusively to non-GMO and organic grain and feed, announced it has opened a new regional office in St. Louis, Missouri, and has announced the recent acquisition and expansion of Malden Specialty Soy located in southeastern Missouri.
The opening of the St. Louis office, which is scheduled for the end of this year, places Pipeline directly in the center of a key U.S. agricultural region and well positions the company for rapid growth in the U.S. food and ingredient space.
The office will be run by agriculture industry veteran Wade Ellis, who together with his team will focus on increasing value-added services that Pipeline provides, including clean processing of specialty grains and oilseeds into ingredients for food and feed companies.
Additionally, the Malden site is Pipeline’s first large-scale specialty processing facility, which will serve to anchor the company’s food and ingredient division, producing hexane-free organic and non-GMO soybean meal and mechanical expeller-pressed oils.
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