BrightFarms Stock

brightfarms.comFoodTech / AgTechFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $125.2MM

BrightFarms is a grower of local produce designed to eliminate time, distance, and costs from the food supply chain by financing, building, and operating local greenhouse farms in partnership with supermarkets, cities, capital sources, and vendors.

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Management Team

Stephen Platt
Chief Executive Officer
Paul Lightfoot JD
Founder & President
Steve Campione
Chief Financial Officer
John Schaefer
Chief Operating Officer
Abby Prior
Chief Commercial Officer

Board Members

Lacey Lewis
Cox Enterprises
Josh McClung
Cox Enterprises

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News Highlights

BrightFarms adds four regional greenhouse hubs

BrightFarms has announced expansion plans that will see the company add four regional greenhouse hubs that will supply leafy greens to more people in the Eastern and Central U.S. Greens from the new locations will begin shipping in 2024. The company says this will allow them to reach two-thirds of the U.S. and set the company up for 10-times increased revenue by the end of the 2025.

BrightFarms Secures $100M in Series E Funding | FinSMEs

BrightFarms, an Irvington, N.Y.-based next-generation indoor farming company supplying U.S. grocery retailers with packaged salad greens, secured more than $100 million in Series E debt and new equity funding

Packaged salads company BrightFarms to invest $21M in Henderson Co., create 54 new jobs

The new 280,000-square-foot greenhouse in Etowah will be the company's sixth such facility, expected to produce up to 2 million pounds of leafy greens per year.

BrightFarms Raises $55M in Series D Funding | FinSMEs

BrightFarms, an operator of local greenhouse farms, raised $55m in Series D funding. The round was led by Cox Enterprises
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024

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