Marvell Foods, a USDA Sub Contractor/Supplier Readies Operations to Support Fourth Round Funding, $500 Million Awarded for Farmers to Families Food Box Program

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The USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program was created to support Farmers, the food supply chain at large, and American families severely impacted by COVID 19 pandemic. The program provides funding that supports the financing of food boxes to families hardest hit by the pandemic, millions of people feeling the impact of unemployment, and the increasing need for food for many Americans across the country.

"We take great pride in being able to connect the critical food industry players - such as food processors, manufacturers and USDA BOA Awardees and distributors to help put food on the table of millions of American's," says Marilyn Raybin, President, Marvell Foods.

"The pandemic has caused a complete disruption in the lives of American's," says Marilyn Raybin, President of Marvell Foods, one of the nation's top food brokerage, food trading companies. Marvell Foods has emerged as a significant Subcontractor/Supplier to the BOA Holders/Contract Awardees, as well as the nation's leading food processors and manufacturers. 

"Our more than 30 years in the food industry has allowed us to quickly ramp up our operations and connect critical industry food players, such as food processors and manufacturers, to expedite the production of food products distributed to American families across the nation," says Raybin, a third-generation, family-owned company. 

Marvell Foods / USDA Families to Farmers Food Box Program - Click Link
https://www.marvellfoods.com/usda-farmers-to-families-food-box-program/

MARVELL FOODS | ACHIEVEMENTS FOR THIRD ROUND OF USDA Farmers TO FAMILIES FOOD BOX PROGRAM 

150 TRUCKLOADS NATIONWIDE 
6,000,000 POUNDS DELIVERED
WORKING WITH:  
20 BOA HOLDERS/CONTRACT AWARDEES 
20 FOOD PROCESSORS & MANUFACTURERS

FOURTH ROUND FUNDING: $500 MILLION 
CONTRACTS AWARDED BY OCT 30TH
DELIVERIES COMMENCE: NOV 1ST - DEC 31ST 

Says Raybin: We take great pride in knowing that our efforts are serving to not only help move the products produced by many of the nation's farmers but that we are helping food manufacturers keep workers employed, factory lines running and ultimately, getting food on the table of millions of American's during this incredibly challenging time in our country." 

BACKGROUND

The USDA is partnering with regional and local distributors, whose workforce has been significantly impacted by the closure of many restaurants, hotels, and other food service entities, to purchase billions of dollars in fresh produce, dairy, and meat products to provide a pre-approved box of fresh produce, dairy, and meat products to food banks and other non-profits serving Americans in need.

Marvell Foods / USDA Families to Farmers Food Box Program - Click Link
https://www.marvellfoods.com/usda-farmers-to-families-food-box-program/

ABOUT MARVELL FOODS

Marvell Foods is a third-generation, family-owned food trading, food brokerage company. Marvell Foods has created an unparalleled network of relationships with a broad spectrum of clients domestically and internationally with more than thirty years in the food industry. The company buys, sells, and trades a wide assortment of food products on behalf of some of the country's largest companies, including Big Box Retailers, Independent Food Operators, and Discount Retailers, among a host of other companies. The company supplies foods and food products to the Federal and State Prison System, food banks, commissaries, churches, ministries, and school food programs. Marvell Foods has offices coast to coast; their business includes pet food ingredient sourcing and import and export internationally. 

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Marvell Foods: 
Marilyn Raybin
President: maarilyn@marvellfoods.com

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