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Green Life Farms set to build fourth farm in Florida

Green Life Farms has completed the purchase of a 67-acre property in Wildwood, Florida. Here he will build his 4th of 13 planned farms in the southeastern United States, located in Sumter County, Florida. Wildwood Farm will further expand Green Life Farms’ market reach in Central Florida, serving Orlando, Tampa, Ocala and coastal communities.

Green Life Farms’ Wildwood location is expected to be its largest farm to date, occupying 10 acres and growing more than 6.5 million pounds of head lettuce and leafy greens each year. Construction is expected to begin after all permits are obtained and will last approximately 14 months, with full operation scheduled for early 2024. The facility will use advanced hydroponic technology to grow premium leafy greens without pesticides, additives or GMOs.

The Wildwood community has provided a welcoming environment for Green Life Farms. The property is located in an agricultural commercial corridor and offers easy access to major transportation routes. A global company specializing in citrus and other fruits is located nearby, providing potential collaboration opportunities to develop new crops. Accelerated permits, tax incentives for machinery and equipment, and labor training programs are also available.

“We are proud to have the opportunity to introduce our fresh, great-tasting vegetables to other customers in Florida and beyond,” said Michael Ferree, vice president of Green Life Farms. “Wildwood Farm will allow us to further expand our mission to encourage people to choose foods that are good for their bodies, their families, their communities and their planet by making clean eating easier.”

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