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health foods

Great Client, Great Coverage

The Washington Post’s coverage on Sunday of our good client Shenandoah Growers of Harrisonburg affirms their rise from a small, family-owned herb farm to a national leader in flavor-forward produce selling in 23,000 stores, including 16 of the country’s top 20 food retailers. Take a look at this profile in the Washington Post Business section last Friday. The company’s process innovations and tight focus made them a great subject for the Post and an ideal client for our OPENgc legal expertise. Relentless innovation and a profound understanding of the market are the main reasons they have been successful — and among the many reasons we have been glad to serve as their general counsel for several years

If you have any questions about the services we provide to entrepreneurial and growing businesses, contact Jared Burden or any of our Virginia business lawyers.

Nutriati in the News, Again

We were excited when our morning edition of RichmondBizSense arrived in our inbox to see our client Nutriati covered in some detail. This innovative client has been pioneering a chickpea-based food additive and the industry’s interest in their products is gaining momentum. We’re glad so many are paying attention to their work.

If you  have any questions about our business law work or have an issue you need to discuss, please contact any of our business lawyers.

Nutriati Keeps Moving Forward

Photo by RTD, Alexa Welch Edlund

We were excited to read the front page coverage about our client, Nutriati, who we have mentioned before, here and when they were selected for a ChamberRVA IMPACT Award, in yesterday’s Richmond Times Dispatch Metro Business section.

You can see and read about the strides the Company continues to take on the RTD website.  We wish the Nutriati Team continued success, and we’re looking forward to tasting those brownies someday soon.

Nutriati Feeds Growth With New Investment

chickpeasOur client Nurtiati Inc. has gotten some great news that will help it expand its ability to bring healthy gluten-free protein to the nutritional foods market. A consortium of venture capital firms in London, Richmond and San Francisco is putting in $8 million towards the firm’s acquisition and processing of chickpeas into powder that can be used in making snack bars, baking mixes, shakes and as a substitute for eggs, wheat, soy and milk.

We were excited to be part of the team that has worked with Nutriati to get to this point. We are very confident that Nutriati has a robust future and are so proud of its founders Richard Kelly and Michael Spinelli. They also were the winner of ChamberRVA’s Innovator Award last fall.

If you want to know more about how we worked with Nurtiati on this financing or about corporate capital and financial law, please contact one of our business and corporate lawyers.