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BrightFarms expands sales staff, prepares for NE expansion

BrightFarms, Irvington, N.Y., has promoted Abby Prior to senior vice president of sales and marketing, and Matt DiNitto as director of sales — East.

MightyVine claims trademark infringement by Mastronardi Produce

MightyVine, a Chicago-area grower of greenhouse tomatoes, has filed a lawsuit to stop Mastronardi Produce from calling its Sprinkles tomatoes “Tiny Mighty Tomatoes,” claiming trademark infringement.

Global Cleantech list names sustainable ag companies

The 2020 Global Cleantech 100 list is recognizing two indoor leafy greens growers, a produce shelf life extension technology and a company that’s placing “farms” in stores and restaurants.

Great Lakes Growers continues to expand greenhouses

Greenhouse company Great Lakes Growers, Burton, Ohio, recently broke ground on a 100,000-square-foot expansion that will boost production capacity to 12 million heads of leafy greens.

Looking for Red Sun Farms products? Here’s a solution

Red Sun Farms, Kingsville, Ontario, has a new way for consumers to find where the company’s greenhouse vegetables are available.

Revol Greens to ramp up production with California greenhouse

Medford, Minn.-based greenhouse grower Revol Greens has plans to add California production, with a 16-acre facility near Los Angeles that more than doubles the company’s acreage.

Nature Fresh gets into holiday giving spirit

Nature Fresh Farms, Leamington, Ontario, spent the days leading into Christmas helping area families in need.

Employees of Red Sun Farms make donation to Make-A-Wish Foundation

Employees of Kingsville, Ontario-based Red Sun Farms have again upped their generosity in giving to the Make-A-Wish Foundation for Southwestern Ontario.

Pure Flavor kicks off second season of Georgia grown tomatoes

Pure Flavor’s Fort Valley, Ga., greenhouse is again shipping tomatoes from the facility as the company turns the page to its second season there.

AeroFarm building its largest facility in rural Virginia

Vertical farms company AeroFarms, Newark, N.J., is investing $42 million to build a 150,000-square-foot facility in rural Virginia.