What do Moog, and Babylon Micro-Farms Have in Common?

Companies that will soon be investing in Virginia include Fresh Impact Farms, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Moog Inc, and Babylon Micro-Farms.

Fresh Impact and Toyota aren’t new to the area, but Virginia’s Right to Work economy has made it so they can continue to grow. In fact, Fresh Impact will be more than doubling its production in Arlington County. Meanwhile, Toyota will be creating 100 new jobs in Buffalo.

As for Moog and Babylon Micro-Farms, these two will soon be relocating here from other states! Moog is relocating to Montgomery which will also create 75 new jobs. Babylon Micro-Farms will be relocating to Richmond and also plan to create 24 new jobs.

Altogether, these investments from Fresh Impact, Toyota, Moog, and Babylong Micro-Farms will be a great addition to Virginia’s economy. Read on to find out what people are saying about these investments!

Fresh Impact Farms:

“Agriculture continues to be a key driver of our economic recovery in both rural and urban areas of our Commonwealth. […] Innovative, dynamic businesses like Fresh Impact Farms are demonstrating how exciting new opportunities can grow out of pandemic-related challenges. I congratulate the company on their success and am thrilled to award the first-ever AFID grant to Arlington County to support this expansion.”


Toyota Motor Manufacturing:

“Toyota’s commitment to increase its investment in West Virginia and into our hard-working West Virginians prove they continue to be a wonderful business partner right here in the Mountain State. […] This is such exciting news for West Virginia’s business community as well as our families that businesses are choosing to grow their organizations here. Toyota is a wonderful example of how a global company can be successful right here in West Virginia.”


Moog Inc:

“Virginia’s aerospace sector is strong, and Moog is a valuable contributor to our leadership position in this sector. […] We are proud that the company develops revolutionary aerospace technology from its growing operations in Montgomery County. This announcement, and the creation of 75 high-quality jobs, represents an important step forward as we work to rebound from this global health crisis.”


Babylon Micro-Farms:

“The demand for Babylon Micro-Farms’ engineered indoor farming systems is growing in assisted living facilities, student centers, restaurants, and across the globe. […] This expansion will enhance the company’s development and distribution of its products, and the addition of 24 new jobs is welcome as we work toward economic recovery amid this global health crisis.”


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