ST. PAUL, Minn. — Starting this fall, Cub Foods’ Twin City locations will be sourcing produce from a local hydroponic greenhouse built by BrightFarms and operated by J&J Distributing. The 38,000 square-foot greenhouse, located on the grounds of a St. Paul warehouse (bottom right), will grow 350,000 pounds of lettuce, herbs and tomatoes, according to a BrightFarms release. "Cub Foods is committed to being the local neighborhood grocer for customers throughout ...

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