Heartland Goodwill Enterprises (HGE) is a nonprofit organization established by Goodwill of the Heartland in 2013 to create jobs for people with significant disabilities through the AbilityOne program.
AbilityOne is the largest source of employment for people with disabilities by providing products and services to the Federal Government.
FACTS ABOUT ABILITYONE
Heartland Goodwill Enterprises is proud to announce our vegetable oil packaging facility is now operational. With 63,000 square feet of processing and storage space, we are uniquely positioned to grow our edible oil and liquid packaging operations.
In addition, our federal contracts include providing custodial services for notable government buildings like the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and the federal courthouse in Davenport, Iowa.
GOODWILL VEGETABLE OIL PACKAGING PLANT
At Goodwill, our mission is to advance the social and economic wellbeing of people who face barriers to independence. This packaging plant represents a substantial expansion of our commitment to this mission, while also having a positive impact on the Iowa economy. Not to mention having a larger footprint by assisting federal food programs and creating jobs through the AbilityOne Program.
Beyond our existing federal contract with the USDA, we are eager to add additional partners who need the capabilities we offer. Our state-of-the-art packaging plant was designed by engineers with broad industry experience serving customers like Heinz, Nestle, Kraft and General Mills. Our plant leadership has 56 years of combined food operations experience. We are also located close to some of the world's largest soy oil refineries operated by ADM, Cargill and AGP.
If these are capabilities your company is looking for, contact Jessica Schamberger at (319) 739-5019. Or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org