NORTHWEST ARKANSAS (KNWA/KFTA) — A vertically integrated farming food company based in Saskatchewan, Canada announced that it will expand its operations in the United States with a headquarters in Northwest Arkansas.
Pacific Ridge (PACRIDGE) made the announcement on February 21. A media release from the company said that it “brings next-generation farmers and consumers together with a tech-powered, sustainable, and fully vertical supply chain.”
The release added that PACRIDGE will bring “a deeply foundational vision of soil-to-shelf regenerative farming by empowering farmers, retailers and consumers with transparency and technology.” CEO Ken Grenier said that the company currently partners with farmers across more than 375,000 acres of dryland farms.
“With our new True Crops app technology, we will start expanding regenerative farming practices and products to more farmers, retailers, and ultimately consumers’ homes,” Grenier said. “Our expansion to NWA is truly the perfect next step to carry out our vision.”