Green Life Farms completes acquisition of Finn Farms

"Now we’ll be able to reach even more customers while expanding our lineup of clean greens”

Green Life Farms has completed its purchase of Finn Farms, a hydroponic grower located on Florida’s West Coast. Green Life Farms now owns 100% of the shares of Finn Farms, including all site and equipment assets, intellectual property, and licensing rights. Green Life Farms currently operates a hydroponic greenhouse in Lake Worth, FL, with its third of 13 planned locations currently under construction in Lake City, FL. The Finn Farms location expands Green Life Farms’ growing and sales footprint into Southwest Florida.

The Finn Farms hydroponic greenhouse spans 2.5 acres in Southwest Florida and uses Nutrient Film Technique growing technology supplied by Green Automation, NovArbo, Priva, and others. Green Life Farms, Inc. purchased 100% of the assets of Local Greens Company Oy, which is the parent company of the U.S.-based subsidiary Local Greens U.S.A., DBA Finn Farms.

The Finn Farms facility grows a variety of herbs, microgreens, and baby leafy greens, including basil and spinach, and is expected to begin generating revenue for Green Life Farms immediately. Green Life Farms now operates the Finn Farms location, which will retain its brand name for herbs and microgreens.

“We are excited to add Finn Farms to the Green Life Farms family,” said Mike Ferree, Vice President, Green Life Farms. “Providing our customers with the freshest, most flavorful leafy greens is at the heart of everything we do. Now, we’ll be able to reach even more customers while expanding our lineup of clean greens.”

For more information:
Green life farms
www.greenlifefarms.ag

 

Finn Farms
www.finnfarms.com 

 

 


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