Amy’s Kitchen, the organic food company that was on track to open a $95 million manufacturing facility on Route 17M in Goshen, is one Hudson Valley business that was temporarily derailed by the pandemic.
The proposed 389,000-square-foot frozen food processing plant had its official groundbreaking ceremony two years ago and was expected to open next month.
“Amy’s Kitchen, New York state and Orange County are a recipe for success. It’s clear that Amy’s Kitchen recognizes that Goshen is the perfect kitchen to start cooking up their top-notch products and major economic development in the Hudson Valley, and I’m so thrilled to see years of planning and hard work come together here with the groundbreaking of this new plant,” U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) told officials that attended the 2018 ceremony.
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