ST. LOUIS — Schnuck Markets here and BrightFarms, New York, announced a partnership to build a hydroponic greenhouse for the 99-store chain that will supply at least 10 stores with fresh, local produce year-round. BrightFarms will finance and build the one-acre greenhouse, which will provide Schnucks customers with lettuces and baby greens, tomatoes (beefsteak, cherry, grape and tomatoes-on-the-vine) and herbs, said BrightFarms spokeswoman Kate Siskel. A local farmer, in ...

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