Square Roots expands distribution with Meijer in Midwest

Square Roots announced that it now sells its fresh, long-lasting produce in Meijer’s branded stores in four Midwestern states, meeting the increasing consumer demand for local food that is delicious, nutritious, and responsibly farmed.

Greens will be sold at Meijer-branded stores in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. The produce is grown and harvested locally at Square Roots’ Kenosha farm, the company’s largest indoor farm built to date.

“Our new farm in Kenosha delivers delicious, pesticide-free, fresh produce to Meijer and other local retailers in the Midwest, all year round, and often within hours of being harvested,” said Chad Hague, VP of Sales at Square Roots. “We’re thrilled that Meijer shoppers will get to enjoy our locally harvested greens that stay fresh for weeks.”

All Square Roots produce has an extended 14-day shelf life, is always pesticide free and non-GMO, and is 100% traceable to allow consumers to see the complete journey Square Roots produce takes from seed to shelf.

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