LANGHORNE, Pa. — McCaffrey's Markets here last week announced an arrangement with New York-based BrightFarms to build a greenhouse that will supply “ultra-local” produce to the location. BrightFarms will finance, build and operate the greenhouse, while McCaffrey's will buy produce grown in the greenhouse, such as lettuces, tomatoes and herbs, as per a long-term purchase agreement, according to a release. “Not only will the greenhouse allow us to continue ...

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