US grower expands produce distribution under latest deal with SpartanNash

Indoor farming operation Square Roots Urban Growers is expanding distribution for its leafy greens, herbs, and other produce thanks to a deal with Byron Center-based SpartanNash.

The Brooklyn-headquartered Square Roots, which operates its other indoor growing site on the campus of Wyoming-based Gordon Food Service, announced that it will sell Michigan-grown produce to 50 SpartanNash-owned stores. These stores include D&W Fresh Market, Family Fare, and Forest Hills Foods.

With the latest SpartanNash distribution deal, Square Roots now supplies fresh produce to roughly 250 retail locations throughout the country, which also includes the likes of Whole Foods Market and Meijer.

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