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Southern Wisconsin Food Hub Feasibility Study

Dane County Planning & Development – Madison, Wi

This progressive planning agency saw the potential to better connect local producers with institutional customers through a regional food hub. In collaboration with FamilyFarmed.org, New Venture Advisors helped them build a business case that led to the launch of the Wisconsin Food Hub Cooperative in 2013.

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Western New York Food Hub

Field & Fork Network – Buffalo, NY

After years of functioning as a value chain facilitator, this tenacious nonprofit organization turned its dream into a reality when New Venture Advisors helped FFN and a farmer cooperative launch a food hub that connects small farmers with wholesale customers in Western New York.

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New Roots Food Hub

International Rescue Committee – San Diego, CA

Hoping to improve economic opportunities for refugee farmers, IRC reached out to New Venture Advisors to develop a business plan for the New Roots Food Hub to more effectively serve customers in San Diego seeking unique, fresh, local produce.

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About Us

Our team brings a multi-faceted perspective to the sustainable food industry. We combine sharp business acumen with real-world entrepreneurial experience and a passion for impact to help our clients build businesses that are socially and economically sustainable. Learn More

Rural Grocery Food Hubs: Our Findings, the Future and a Widget

A lot has happened since we first explored the idea of a rural grocery store housing a local food hub, almost two years ago! The concept is one we continue to be excited about and see tremendous potential in. A quick refresher: Independent rural grocery stores are...

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Working with New Venture Advisors to develop our food hub feasibility study was a truly wonderful experience. Each member of the team is not only a thought-leader in their own right, but they work seamlessly together as a team as well – turning a complex process into a fruitful and meaningful exercise.

Josh Stoffel

Co-Director, Office of Sustainability, Connecticut College