No Evil Foods expands operations
The new space offers long-term expansion flexibility as well as a home base for the growing management team.
No Evil Foods, Asheville, N.C., announced plans to relocate and expand its operations to a 15,000-square-foot space within the former Arvato building in Weaverville, N.C. The new facility will quadruple the company’s production, allowing for the addition of 15 full-time jobs by the end of 2018.
From its conception, No Evil Foods has rented space at Blue Ridge Food Ventures in Candler, N.C., a shared-use incubator kitchen that offers area startups space and commercial equipment.
“The Axis” will be up and running by late spring, and will enable No Evil Foods to meet rising demand from retailers nationwide. In addition, the new space offers long-term expansion flexibility as well as a home base for the growing management team.
"The new space will help us significantly increase our production volume, allow for more efficiency and give us the flexibility to develop new products and quickly bring them to market,” says Mike Woliansky, co-founder. “In addition to our production kitchen, we’re going to have a great innovation kitchen where co-founder Sadrah Schadel will be developing new products and special releases, eventually evolving to include a tasting room, so we can keep everyone excited about what’s coming next from No Evil Foods.”