Allen Harim Donates Chicken to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

SEAFORD, Del. – August 31, 2017 – Those impacted by Hurricane Harvey will soon have some Delmarva chicken to feed them — 40,000 pounds to be exact. On Thursday, Allen Harim began driving a truck full of the fresh chicken to Houston. It is set to arrive Saturday. The donation is in partnership with Operation … Continued

Allen Harim Awards First Ever Legacy Scholarships

SEAFORD, Del. – June 27, 2017 — Allen Harim, a leading producer and processor of No Antibiotic Chicken on Delmarva, presented five students with the first ever Allen Harim Legacy Scholarship, which provides a $2,500 financial award for college. The Allen Harim Legacy Scholarship was created last month when the company announced they would be … Continued

Allen Harim Solar Project Generating Savings

SEAFORD, Del. – May 15, 2017 – A six-acre field of solar panels is now energized and providing power to Allen Harim’s poultry processing plant in Harbeson, Del., officials announced Monday. The company pledged to use some of the savings realized from the renewable energy project to create an endowed scholarship fund for the children … Continued

Allen Harim Outstanding Growers Honored by the Delmarva Poultry Industry

SEAFORD, Del. – April 19, 2017 — Two farm families who grow chickens for Allen Harim, a leader in No Antibiotic Ever chicken on Delmarva, were honored as Outstanding Growers by the Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc., on Tuesday at their annual banquet in Salisbury. DPI honored Dale Phillips, of Georgetown, Del., a third-generation chicken grower … Continued

Allen Harim Partners with Operation We Care to Collect Items for Troops in April

SEAFORD, Del. – April 11, 2017 – Allen Harim, a leading producer and processor of No Antibiotic Ever chicken on Delmarva, has partnered with the non-profit organization Operation We Care to collect nonperishable items for care packages for troops deployed overseas. “All of our facilities are participating and our employees are excited to be able … Continued