Future Crops Moves to 100% Renewable Energy

June 8, 2022 Future Crops

Future Crops, Ltd., has taken its vertical farm a further step off the grid by shifting to reliance on 100% renewable energy. Harnessing the natural green powers of solar and wind energy, the company also is solving the primary hurdle to bringing the industry to a substantially greater carbon-neutral position, all while advancing its sustainability goals.

Pom Wonderful Begins Transition to 100% Recycled Plastic and Renewable Energy

May 20, 2022 POM Wonderful

POM Wonderful, the largest grower and producer of fresh pomegranates and pomegranate juice in the U.S., is proud to announce it is furthering its commitment to a sustainable future with the transition to 100% recycled plastic (rPET) bottles and shifting more than 90% of its electricity needs to renewable energy. 

Bread Alone Unveils $4M Net-Zero Energy Facility, The First Commercial Bakery in the US to Operate on 100% Renewable Energy

February 16, 2022 Bread Alone Bakery

Bread Alone Bakery, the family-owned, values-driven bakery and pioneer of artisan bread baking, announces today the re-opening of its Boiceville Bakery & Cafe. A revitalization of Bread Alone’s original bakery that first opened its doors in Boiceville, New York in 1983, the location reopens as an 8,000 sq ft net-zero energy facility and the first commercial bakery in the U.S. to operate on 100% renewable energy, without fossil fuels. The facility, which will serve as both a commercial bakery and cafe, will supply Bread Alone’s four Hudson Valley cafes, as well as its New York City farmer’s markets.

UNFI Makes Company’s Largest Investment in Renewable Energy

June 23, 2021 United Natural Foods

United Natural Foods, Inc. (NYSE: UNFI) announced today that in collaboration with solar project developer, Pine Gates Renewables (Pine Gate) as well as U.S. Bank, it is investing in Trent River Solar, a 108.5 megawatt (MW) solar facility located in Jones County, North Carolina.

Enel Green Power and HP Hood LLC: Delivering Dairy With Renewable Energy

June 18, 2021 HP HOOD LLC

Through the 12-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA), Hood will purchase the electricity delivered to the grid by a 25 MW portion of Enel Green Power’s Azure Sky Wind project in Texas. The agreement is Hood’s first renewable energy VPPA and comes as the company celebrates its 175th year with continued innovation, growth, and a renewed commitment to sustainability.