ODA receives over $12M to support food supply chain

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REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — The Ohio Department of Agriculture has been awarded more than $12 million through the federal Resilient Food System Infrastructure Program to fund projects that support supply chain coordination activities, create more and better processing centers, and increase accessible, affordable, and efficient distribution of Ohio products. Projects may also include the construction, expansion and modernization of supply chain facilities.

The program aims to support growth in the middle-of-the-food-supply-chain and strengthen local and regional food systems by creating new revenue streams for Ohio producers, keeping profits circulating in rural communities and increasing diversity in processing options.

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