Square Roots, a New York-based urban indoor farming company with a location in Wyoming, has expanded its retail offerings by adding two new salad mixes in stores this month and entering into an $8.1 billion packaged salads and greens category.
The new 3.75-ounce salad mixes include kale, baby lettuce and broccoli. They are grown in the indoor farm on the campus of Gordon Food Service headquarters in Wyoming. The salad mixes can be purchased at Fresh Thyme Market, Better Health and Meijer.
The additional greens come after the launch of Square Roots herbs in May when the company began offering cilantro, dill and parsley. The Wyoming location reaped its first harvest of greens and herbs earlier this year, which included basils, arugula and microgreens.
Square Roots produce is sold at more than 200 retail locations around the country, including Whole Foods Market, Fresh Thyme Market, FreshDirect, Meijer’s market format stores, Morton Williams and D&W Fresh Market.