“Our three partner companies provide an unbiased form of collaboration. From concept to consumers’ tables, we bring a unique value proposition to this underserved marketplace,” said Tisha Livingston, chief executive officer of Infinite Acres. “Infinite Acres believes its integrated solutions will have a considerable impact on the profitability, and competitiveness of food service industry customers everywhere — growers, distributors, retailers, and governments – who seek the cleanest, healthy, pesticide-free produce for consumers.”
MORE: Newest retailer coming to Cincinnati Premium Outlets this month
MORE: 2 new pizza places are replacing former restaurants in Butler County
Mike Zelkind, chief executive of 80 Acres Farms, said the venture was “an amazing combination of best-of-breed companies.”
Priva and 80 Acres Farms, he said, provide extensive horticulture, engineering, operational and food industry expertise.
“Along with Ocado’s predictive analytics, automation and comprehensive system development, the partnership will provide its customers with everything from state-of-the-art facilities with uniquely developed crop recipes and the right unit economics to an option for facility management with yield guarantees, product packaging, branding, marketing, and distribution,” Zelkind said. “80 Acres Farms will offer these options for customers seeking an operating partner.”