Since opening our factory doors in 2010, we have proudly welcomed the public to see how we do what we do. Sharing our work opens more eyes to the malnutrition crisis that is affecting more than 220 million children worldwide. If you, your group, or your company would like to get more involved with Edesia and support our mission, please browse our menu of opportunities.
One-hour Zoom experience exploring the mission of Edesia, how Plumpy’Nut is made and distributed, and the impact it has worldwide. Perfect experience for groups of all ages, from anywhere across the country!
$150 per tour
In this two-hour experience, we’ll start you off with The Impact Tour and then get right into letting YOU make the impact. Go through General Manufacturing Practice training, get suited up, and step onto the factory floor. Follow the process of making Plumpy’Nut and pack some boxes.
$250 per person, four person minimum
Your team will get to experience first-hand the impact of your company’s donation and contribute to it as they step into the factory, train in GMP, suit up, and prepare Plumpy’Nut shipments for international famine relief.
$10,000, up to 20 people for the day
The “Fill a Shipping Container” Corporate opportunity brings your team together to experience the Edesia facility and package our Plumpy’Nut boxes for shipment. We’ll customize the event with your team, sticker your boxes with your company logo and provide updates impact of your container. An appreciation reception with Edesia staff is included.
Suggested donation: $75,000
This experience lets you roll up your sleeves in our Innovation Center to give a little hometown help to local children in need. We’ll package up 8,000 packets of Edesia’s newest nut butter product, MeWe. Packages will then be delivered to the RI Community Food Bank or a food bank of your choice.
Suggested Donation: $10,000
This 90-minute experience includes The Impact Tour and the opportunity to taste test our new products and flavors with our Food Technologists.
$75 per person, four person minimum