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BrightFarms plans to build 10 to 15 more greenhouses over the next three years.

Bright Farms takes local produce model nationwide with hydroponics

By Mary Ellen Shoup

It wasn’t too long ago when locally-grown produce evoked images of backyard gardens or roadside produce stands many miles outside of city limits. Now, the local produce movement has morphed into an urban-centered industry thanks to the rise of hydroponic...

No Evil Foods' mock meats marry plant-based and clean-label trends

No Evil Foods' mock meats marry plant-based and clean-label trends

By Elizabeth Crawford

Plant-based meats and clean-label are two of the most influential trends in food currently, but often they run counter to each other with many mock-meats made from highly-processed ingredients and protein isolates that most consumers would never find...

Trust is one of the most influential factors when making a food purchase and big food companies are scrambling to regain it. ©GettyImages/Goran13

Rabobank: What can big food companies do to rebuild consumer trust?

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Big food manufacturers have increasingly recognized that their scale and robust supply chains aren’t enough to stay competitive and turn around years of little to no growth, and are refocusing their efforts on restoring consumer trust, says Rabobank.

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GOOD FOOD FINANCING & INNOVATION CONFERENCE

Where food investments are going, according to investors

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Investors in early stage food companies are constantly searching for the ‘what’s next?’ in food, and many fundamentally agree that the ideas and people worth investing in are the ones that are fulfilling an unmet consumer need in a "unique way that...

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