Displaying items tagged: Revolution Farms LLC
Revolution Farms, Meijer issue wide-scale lettuce recall
A West Michigan-based grocery supplier has expanded a recall to include all products sold under its name to a variety of retailers and distributors in the Midwest.
Next-gen ag producer seeds future growth in deal for West Michigan greenhouse
WYOMING — A national company at the forefront of next-generation agricultural practices is putting down roots in West Michigan after being lured to the region in part by its legacy of manufacturing innovation.
Revolution Farms CEO, former Founders exec ventures into first-of-its-kind bubbled wine product
John Green is bringing lessons he learned as an industry-agnostic investor and entrepreneur to a new craft beverage venture.
People in the news: March 28, 2022
Here is the MiBiz People in the news report for March 28, 2022
Square Roots expands Wyoming indoor farm under GFS partnership
When Brooklyn, N.Y.-based urban indoor farming operation Square Roots Urban Growers broke into the $8.1 billion packaged salads and greens segment of the food industry this month, the company did so by leveraging a crucial partnership in West Michigan.
Revolution Farms brings automation to the greenhouse
CALEDONIA — Dan Vukcevich admitted that his only previous farming experience was growing up on a cattle farm that never made any money.
Startups move indoors in race to find future farming solutions
Traditional, outdoor agriculture is profoundly dependent on climate, but high-tech indoor farms that grow premium, hyper-local produce for consumers year round may be commercially viable in the future.
Founders Brewing chair to lead ‘disruptive’ startup hydroponics farm
GRAND RAPIDS — A deepening partnership with a Spain-based minority shareholder provided Founders Brewing Co. Executive Chairman John Green the perfect timing to jump back into an early-stage growth company.
‘Farming Revolution:’ Producer finishes first aquaponics harvest, advocates for more locally-grown food
CALEDONIA — As consumers’ interests shift to a more locally-focused food supply chain, companies like Revolution Farms LLC hope to change how that food is grown.