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Mad River Food Hub L3C
151-1 Mad River Canoe Road
Waitsfield, VT 05673

Mad River Food Hub operates as a business incubator for food producers and processors by offering access to the following facilities and services: ● Food Processing Rooms - Meat and Vegetable/Fruit Processing ● Storage - Refrigerated, Frozen and Dry. ● Distribution - Montpelier, Waterbury, Burlington and Winooski ● HACCP Plans (for customers of the MRFH) ● Business and Operational Planning ● Business, Sales and Marketing Connections............................. Over 40+ Farms and Value Added Food Producers are using our facilities and services. Call us, visit us, check out how we can help your business grow.


Name Title Phone
Robin Morris
Founder 802-498-7379
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Robin Morris is the founder and director of the Mad River Food Hub L3C, a licensed, shared use, vegetable and USDA meat processing, storage and distribution facility. Robin has 30+ years of Business Management Experience in the private sector, the last 15 years with multiple foods related businesses including CFO at American Flatbread Company. His years of experience helping new and existing businesses grow is now being applied to the food system.
Bill Cavanaugh
(315) 247-4303


  • Food Processing or Manufacturing
    • Meat processing
    • Food incubator
    • Shared-use commercial kitchen
    • Support organization: Food Processing or Manufacturing
  • Retail Food Outlets
    • Butcher Shop
  • Food Distribution or Storage
    • Aggregation facility / food hub
    • Distributor
    • Dry storage facility
    • Cold / refrigerated storage facility
    • Broker / sourcer
    • Support organization: Food Distribution or Storage
    • Other: Food Distribution or Storage
  • Business Planning and Technical Assistance
    • Feasibility and planning
    • Infrastructure
    • Production / Processing technical assistance


Shared processing, distribution, freezer storage, cooler, refrigerated storage, dry storage


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