NEW YORK — BrightFarms Inc. here has raised $4.3 million in financing that will go toward building hydroponic greenhouses at supermarkets. The company said the equity financing included investments from Emil Capital Partners, an investment fund operated by Christian Haub, the former chief executive officer of A&P, along with NGEN Partners and Ted Caplow, BrightFarms’ founder. The company said its program would allow supermarkets to grow and buy locally sourced produce ...
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