Canadian greenhouse grower opens new distribution center

Nature Fresh Farms® is expanding its operations, adding 60,000 square feet to its footprint in Delta, Ohio, with the opening of a new distribution center. The newly built distribution center features high-tech fabrication and automation designed to allow Nature Fresh Farms to better serve client needs.

“With our new 45-acre organic strawberry facility set to come online this Fall, our new distribution center will help to accommodate the influx in product, providing simultaneous precision climate regulation of various commodities, advanced monitoring, and modernized product protection measures,” said Frank Neufeld, executive vice president.

As retailers and consumers continue seeking out produce that is fresh, local, and sustainable, Nature Fresh Farms seeks to address these asks with the help of its new distribution center, which, due to its proximity to key markets and advanced technology systems, will allow it to provide freshly picked produce to retailers and ultimately to consumer tables in a faster, more sustainable manner.

The newly built distribution center features high-tech fabrication and automation designed to allow the company to better serve client needs.

“As our business continues to expand our category offerings and onboard new retail partnerships, we are focused on continually improving and advancing our service standards,” said Neufeld, adding that to do this, the company is prepared to continue expanding its footprint, where and when it makes business sense.

The Nature Fresh Farms team can be found at the upcoming Canadian Produce Marketing Association Tradeshow in Toronto, Ontario, April 25-27, at booth #1320.

For more information:
Krysta Markham
Nature Fresh Farms
Tel.: +1 (519) 326-1111 ext.1630 

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