Riverwards Produce Recognized Among Philadelphia Business Journal’s 2023 Soaring 76

Each year the Philadelphia Business Journal publishes the Soaring 76 list and Riverwards Produce has been identified as one of the region’s fastest-growing companies. Listmakers are required to be headquartered in Greater Philadelphia, be independently owned without a parent company, have sustained revenue growth from 2020-2022, and a minimum revenue of $750,000 in 2020. 

To determine the list, the Business Journal sought online nominations from private companies. Those that met this year’s parameters were then vetted through a process that included the Business Journal editorial board and or accounting partner for this year, CLA. In addition to private companies, publicly traded companies that met the same parameters were added to the final list. 

On Sept. 29, Riverwards Produce will be featured in a special edition of the Philadelphia Business Journal.

“Being a grocer and working in a field that doesn’t always get much attention outside of in its own industry, it feels good to be recognized and honored in the business world for all the hard work we do day in and day out,” said Riverwards Produce Founder and CEO Vincent Finazzo. “

About Riverwards Produce

Riverwards Produce provides unique, quality ingredients to creative chefs and neighbors alike while focusing on sourcing ingredients, produce, and proteins from farms located a short drive from Philly. The Fishtown outpost is located at 2200 E. Norris Street, while the Old City outpost is located at 146 N. Bread Street. Both locations are open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Learn more at http://riverwardsproduce.com.

About Philadelphia Business Journal 

The Philadelphia Business Journal is the premier media solutions platform for companies strategically targeting business decision makers. The media products provide comprehensive coverage of business news from a local, regional, and national perspective publishing daily stories on its website, social networks, and weekly edition available in print and online. The Philadelphia Business Journal is part of American City Business Journals (ACBJ) that delivers a total business audience of over 10 million people via our websites and publications and nearly 1,000 annual industry leading events. ACBJ owns 44 business publications across the country that offers exclusive, in-depth business coverage. 

In addition, ACBJ owns and operates AmericanInno, BizWomen, BizEquity and Hemmings. ACBJ is a unit of Advance Publications, Inc.