Bright Foods makes gains as fresh snacking picks up momentum
Bright Foods, which makes fresh whole food bars packed with veggies and fruits with a 90-110-day refrigerated shelf-life thanks to high pressure processing (HPP), is picking up traction after reducing its price from $3.99 to $2.99, said founder and CEO Brenden Schaefer.
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