Greenfield Farms Food, Inc.
GRAS Security Details
Share Structure OS 9,498,397 a/o Oct 31, 2013
Float - a/o June 7, 2011
| Contact: Henry Fong |
Greenfield Farms Food, Inc.
Thomas B. Olson, Public Relations
| Carmela's Pizzeria |
Ron Heineman, Chairman & CEO
Greenfield Farms announces a new licensing
program of its "Greenfield Farms Grassfed Beef"
FROM THE CURRENT 10-Q...
Greenfield Farms Grassfed Beef, Inc. (the "Company"), now known as Greenfield Farms Food, Inc., was incorporated under the laws of the State of North Carolina on December 30, 2010. The Company is a consumer and wholesale driven producer of grassfed beef. The company has USDA-FSIS approval to market and label its product as “Grassfed Beef”. The company has distributed product on a very limited basis to Lowes Foods Stores which has approximately 100 locations throughout North and South Carolina. We are a newly created company with very limited resources and as a result, our deliveries of grassfed beef in 2012 were also very limited. We are hopeful that our change in business plan through a new licensing program announced in the first quarter of 2013 will allow us to expand our business and enhance our market and brand presence. With this program, the Company will phase away from our traditional business model of taking cattle from farm to market thus eliminating all of the capital and startup costs required for such operations by expanding our brand presence with capable cattle producers and marketers. The Company also believes that the trademark licensing concept will allow for more rapid market penetration with minimal risk and the ability to more easily ascertain assumed returns. In the first quarter of 2013 we signed our first licensee, Hill Meadow Foods, Inc., in an exclusive agreement until December 31, 2013, at which time it will become non-exclusive. The management of Hill Meadow Foods is headed by former Greenfield Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Larry Moore. We believe this time will allow us to properly develop the parameters of the licensing program as well as explore other business opportunities, including our potential acquisition of Carmelo's Pizzerias announced in the first quarter of 2013.
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Inland Fresh Seafood Corporation of America, Inc. Enters Distribution Agreement with Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. and Lowes Food Stores
Greenfield Farms Food, Inc. announced that it has a distribution agreement with Inland Fresh Seafood Corporation Of America, Inc. Inland Seafood will distribute the company's grassfed beef products to restaurants and other food service outlets in North and South Carolina. Additionally, Inland Seafood will handle order processing and distribution to Lowe's Food Stores, Inc. located in North and South Carolina
3/08/13: http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=56627353&symbol=GRAS GRAS FUTURE UPDATES
1. 8K GRAS and Carmela's Pizzeria
2. Share Retirement deal
3. Carmela's Pizzeria Franchise deal
4. Deal with Whole Food GRAS Organic Products
More targeting stores to deliver organic Food on Nation Wide
GRAS new website coming up with more details: full name website then link
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GREENFIELD FARMS PLANS TO ADD 4 PIZZA RESTAURANTS
CARMELA'S: BUYOUT NEWS
http://www.greenfieldfarmsfood.com (new website which is under construction for the expanding business)
More Slices: Carmela’s Pizza will open its fourth Dayton-area store when it moves into a former Cassano’s Pizza location on Franklin Street in Centerville. Centerville will welcome another pizza restaurant in the next few months.
Carmela’s Pizza will be taking over the old Cassano’s Pizza King space at 853 E. Franklin St. near Centerville High School, said Nathan Cahall, director of economic development. This will be the chain’s fourth store, and its first expansion since being bought out by a publicly-traded company in North Carolina. Greenfield Farms Food Inc., a producer of grass-fed beef in Oakboro, N.C., bought the company early this year.
Carmela’s President Ron Heineman said at the time of the acquisition that the chain was planning for growth. No one from Carmela’s returned calls for comment. Cahall said the owners would need to do some slight interior remodels to convert the restaurant from Cassano’s to Carmela’s. “It’s nice to see that that Cassano’s site didn’t stay vacant all that much,” he said. In addition to Carmela’s, several pizza restaurants have been popping up around the Dayton region. Little Caesar’s Pizza has been opening new locations in cities such as Bellbrook and Miamisburg. Plus, Dorothy Lane Market added pizza ovens to two of its locations and is pushing its own Naples-style pizzas. And Liz Valenti, a chef at the Meadowlark in Kettering, will head up a new pizza restaurant in the Oregon District called Wheat Penny.
In terms of Centerville, the Cincinnati chain Dewey’s Pizza has been eyeing a spot along Main Street that would mark the second area location for the restaurant.
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