NEWARK, NJ – Vertical farming company AeroFarms is expanding its retail presence in the Northeast with Whole Foods, FreshDirect and Amazon Fresh and in the Mid-Atlantic region with Walmart. AeroFarms will also be working with Baldor Specialty Foods for retail and foodservice.  

“Our company is committed to our long-term retail partners, and we are excited to expand our distribution and penetration with them,” said David Rosenberg, co-founder and CEO of AeroFarms.  “Our leafy greens are consistently praised for their quality, texture, and flavor, and our customers connect with our brand because of our authentic and transparent approach to sustainable farming. We’re looking forward to giving our customers more choice and flavor options as we continue to scale the business and broaden our reach.”

Under new agreements, Whole Foods is doubling their product offering of AeroFarms; Amazon Fresh has expanded AeroFarms from one to five distributions centers; FreshDirect has expanded AeroFarms from one to three distribution centers and now offers same-day delivery of the producer’s greens; and Walmart is executing a pilot initiative in the Mid-Atlantic region at select stores in Virginia.  

All AeroFarms leafy greens are safely grown indoors in New Jersey at one of its state-of-the-art commercial indoor vertical farms that is certified for USDA Good Agricultural Practices, SQF Level 2 Good Manufacturing Practices, Non-GMO Project Verification, and OU Kosher.  

AeroFarms leafy greens are completely pesticide-free, and they are ready-to-eat without any need to wash, providing a major benefit to consumers looking for safety and convenience.