BrightFarms to expand with four regional hubs- General News
BrightFarms, a national leader in the indoor farming industry, is expanding with four new regional greenhouse hubs offering sustainably grown leafy greens to more people across the Eastern and Central U.S.
BrightFarms highlights Crunch Kit salads- General News
Sized to be eaten on their own or as a shared side, two varieties, Chickpea Caesar and Sunny Bacon, launched in Illinois supermarkets earlier this year.
BrightFarms adds to salad kit lineup- General News
BrightFarms, the New York-based leading supplier of indoor-grown leafy greens, today announced the launch of “Crunch Kits,” a premium new salad kit option.
BrightFarms promotes Chief Commercial Officer ahead of expansion plans- General News
BrightFarms, the leading national player in growing indoor leafy greens, announced that Abby Prior has been promoted within the company to Chief Commercial Officer.
VIDEO: BrightFarms, lēf farms have big plans for the New England- Produce with Pamela
Pamela talks with Abby Prior and DJ Grandmaison about post-acquisition plans for lēf Farms -- branding, market reach, and expansion plans as BrightFarms looks to grow its presence in New England.
BrightFarms acquired by Cox Enterprises- General News
Cox Enterprises announced the acquisition of BrightFarms, an indoor farming company and provider of locally grown packaged salads. The move solidifies BrightFarms' leadership in the indoor agriculture space and provides a strong, stable foundation committed to accelerating growth with partner retailers.
BrightFarms recall expands to include baby spinach- General News
BrightFarms today initiated a voluntary recall expansion of additional packaged salad greens that are past expiration date and were produced in its Rochelle, Illinois (Ogle County) greenhouse farm sold in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan due to potential contamination with Salmonella.
FDA updates BrightFarms salad outbreak investigation- General News
Interview data and shopper card records show that seven people ate or bought multiple types of BrightFarms brand salad products before they got sick, including Sunny Crunch, 50/50 Spring & Spinach, Harvest Crunch, and Butter Crisp.
BrightFarms recalls packaged salad greens sold in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and Indiana- General News
The recall includes the below salad products packaged in clear, plastic clamshells with "best by" dates through 7/29/2021.
FDA investigates Salmonella outbreak linked to BrightFarms salad- General News
The FDA, along with CDC and state and local partners, is investigating a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Typhimurium infections linked to the consumption of BrightFarms Sunny Crunch Salad produced in the firm’s Rochelle, IL facility.