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Food Commissary, Kitchen, Coolers, Freezers, Hoods – FOR SALE in Los Angeles, California

TURNKEY 2006 BUILT COMMERCIAL KITCHEN, COMMISSARY, BAKERY, FOOD PREP BUILDING available for sale including all kitchen, baking, and cooking equipment. Building converted to food production in 2006 so equipment is in good condition.

+ 1,446 SF Freezers & 2,074 SF Coolers
+ USDA, FDA & Organic Blast Cooler & Blast Freezer
+ 8,350 SF Food Processing, Floor Drains, Hoods
+ Dock High Loading, Fenced Yard

Rare opportunity to purchase a quality food commissary with dock high loading and fenced parking. Multiple hoods in kitchen, blast cooler, blast freezer, two storage freezers, two storage coolers, ice machine, waste interceptor with sewer discharge rights, laundry room, dish room, employee break/lunch room, QA/QC lab and test kitchen. Sloped floors with clean trench and circular drains. Baking ovens.

26,000 square foot building with a bonus 5,000 square feet of upstairs offices and storage. Minutes from a major freeway in Southern California. Great for bakery, co-packer, sauces, soups, meal prep and delivery, restaurant catering, meat, poultry, seafood processing etc… For more information contact exclusive real estate listing agent, Matthew 323-767-2033, BRE #01188251.

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LEASED – 18,300 SF Food Processing Building in Los Angeles

An 18,300 square foot food processing building was leased this month to a vegan meal prep and delivery company based in Los Angeles. They needed this space for their expanding business of shipping prepared meals across the country.

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Downtown L.A. food processing building with floor drains, cooking hood, washable walls, cooler.

The facility was previously occupied by Revolution Foods who prepared school lunches here for Los Angeles charter schools. The new tenant signed a long term lease and will make some improvements to the space. BROCHURE-SitePlan 1715 E 21st LEASED

Food Processing Freezer Cooler Building – For Sale, Los Angeles County

ruchti-20151215-95A great food production and cold storage facility. The owner built coolers and freezer in 2004 that are 43 feet high which accommodate 5 high racking. The facility has floor drains, washable walls, clarifier/interceptor with wastewater discharge, pasteurization machinery and liquid silos, 13 truck high loading positions, and is situated on a large 116,740 square foot lot of M2 zoned land in the City of South Gate, Los Angeles County, California.

Freezer/cooler room, 43 foot high ceiling, 5 high and 4 deep racking

Located 20 minutes from the Port of LA, LAX, and Downtown Los Angeles. Visible from the 710 Long Beach Freeway. Central Southern California location.

The building lends itself to the following food industries: meat, beef, poultry, fish/seafood, eggs, dairy (milk, cheese), beverages like kombucha or juice, brewery, bakery, frozen food manufacturing, prepared meal delivery, commercial kitchen, airline commissary, produce processing, etc… For sale listing: Download Aerial Brochure. This is a rare opportunity to acquire such a high quality food facility. Was built to USDA and SQF food safety specifications.

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The City of Vernon And Its Industries

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The City of Vernon is the smallest among the cities of Los Angeles County when ranked by geographic area or population. The city’s economic impact, however, is far larger than one might expect. Indeed, as one of Los Angeles County’s “industrial cities” – along with the Cities of Commerce and Industry – Vernon is a vital economic center.

Given its industrial profile, Vernon plays its biggest role in the Food Manufacturing area. Vernon-based food product companies employ almost 10,700 workers, more than 15% of the Los Angeles County total for this group. Vernon also plays an important role in the region’s Fashion–Apparel and Textile Design/Manufacturing/ Wholesale industry cluster, with more than 11,200 employees or 10.66% of the L.A. County total.

Other regional industry clusters in which Vernon plays a large role include Furniture and Home Furnishings (with an employment share of 5.53%), Fabricated Metal Products and Industrial Machinery (with 3.4%), Toys (with 2.4%), Auto Parts (also 2.4%), and Wholesale Trade and Logistics (with nearly 2%).

Vernon, due to its historic role as a meat packing center, has long been home to a variety of animal waste processing and rendering industries. Rendering, for those who don’t know, is a process that converts waste animal tissue into stable, value-added materials such as lard, tallow or bone meal. Rendering can refer to any processing of animal byproducts into more useful materials, or more narrowly to the rendering of whole animal fatty tissue into purified fats.

Sources: City of Vernon, California Employment Development Department (QCEW data series), LAEDC.

Real Mex Food Expands Food Processing Plant

Real Mex Foods expanded food processing plant in Vernon, CaliforniaReal Mex Foods supplies more than 200 restaurants as the distribution branch of Real Mex Restaurants, Cypress, Calif., including Chevy’s, El Torito and Acapulco restaurant concepts located in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.  In addition, Real Mex Foods has branched into broader frozen foods processing for foodservice, co-pack and retail channels serving clients such as Sysco Distributors, El Pollo Loco, Carl’s Jr.-Green Burrito, Albertson’s and U.S. Foods.

In February, Real Mex closed its 32,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Santa Fe Springs, Calif., and moved into a 100,000-square-foot space in Vernon, California. The city of Vernon and a developer came to us and proposed a deal where we got a 100,000-square-foot building retrofitted to a state-of-the-art USDA manufacturing plant, Angulo explains.  It was an opportunistic deal.   They got us into 100,000 square feet at the cost that we would have gotten a build-to-suit 65,000-square-foot building.

Food safety also was a major priority for Real Mex in building out the new plant. The company built an in-house lab and hired a complete quality assurance team. Other food safety precautions include a triple boiler system, floor foamers, centralized sanitation system, in-house chlorination system for vegetables and a full quality assurance staff.

The developer invested $10 million in the build out, while Real Mex spent about $4 million on equipment. The completely refurbished plant quadrupled the company’s previous capacity and allowed it to more than double the number of kettles, tumble chillers and blast freezers. www.realmexfoods.com