NEW YORK — Whole Foods Market and Gotham Greens are constructing a greenhouse on the roof of the retailer’s new Gowanus store in Brooklyn to supply fresh produce to locations throughout the city. The completion of the 20,000-square-foot greenhouse, which Whole Foods claims is the nation’s first commercial scale greenhouse farm integrated within a retail grocery space, will enable the retailer to sell premium, pesticide-free produce year-round. In partnership with ...

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