Chehalis-based supplemental health business Mt. Capra is expanding its operations into the Pemerl Building in the Chehalis Industrial Park, the Port of Chehalis announced Wednesday.
The business, according to the port, plans on using the new facility to bottle and package goat milk products, protein, mineral, colostrum and other wholefood nutritionals.
“We have a large online presence and plan to do our pick, pack and shipping and other fulfillment-related activities from that location as well,” Mt. Capra President Joe Stout told the port in a statement.
The nearly century-old health nutrients business currently operates a retail storefront located in downtown Chehalis at 448 N. Market Blvd.
The family-owned business also operates its own “sustainably-managed” goat dairy farm in Centralia and its own processing facility where products are “gently transformed into nutritious and wholesome goat milk products,” according to the company’s website.
“The Port of Chehalis is looking forward to seeing Mt. Capra’s newest chapter unfold here in the Chehalis Industrial Park. It’s always a good day when we can help local farmers grow and expand their businesses,” the port wrote in a recent Facebook post.
The port finished construction of the 20,000-square-foot Pemerl Building, located at 105 McBride Court, in early 2020. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was hosted in January.