UNFI today announced the activation of the company’s fifth solar project at its 590,000 square foot distribution center in Lancaster, Texas.
UNFI has opened a 500,000 square foot distribution center in Montgomery, New York. The facility was designed and constructed using sustainable practices, and is expected to achieve LEED® Gold certification.
UNFI announced that it has joined the IX-ONE™ data exchange as a founding member and will work cooperatively to help grow the IX-ONE exchange and increase its adoption.
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) has appointed UNFI Vice President for Policy and Industry Relations, Melody Meyer, to a three-year term on the organization’s Board of Directors.
For the second consecutive year, Providence Business News has named UNFI as Rhode Island’s Healthiest Employer, an award which recognizes companies that have health and wellness initiatives.
The UNFI Foundation is the first supporter of a major research project that will study the effectiveness of organic pesticides on citrus greening disease.
UNFI's sustainably designed 425,000 square foot distribution center, located in Racine, Wisconsin, is now open.
UNFI today announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all of the stock of Tony’s Fine Foods, a leading distributor of perishable foods throughout the Western United States, including Alaska and Hawaii.
The UNFI Foundation and the CCOF Foundation, along with other industry leaders are supporting new farmers by establishing the Future Organic Farmer Grant Fund, a first-of-its-kind collaboration.
UNFI congratulates the ten recipients of the 2014 Future Organic Farmer Grants, each of whom were selected in part for their commitment to leading a lifelong career in organic agriculture.
In 2013, the UNFI Foundation granted $340,000 to support sustainable agriculture, organic farming and healthy eating.