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Ignacio’s Fox Fire Farms to sell its meat to Whole Foods Market
Brent Walter, marketing director at Fox Fire Farms, seen in the farm’s freezer, said when Fox Fire starts selling to Whole Foods it will not need to use the 8-foot by 20-foot freezers any more, saving about $700 a month in electricity costs.
Scott Ware of Morton Buildings works on the new winery and tasting room at Fox Fire Farms. Fox Fire’s contract to sell almost all of its meat to Whole Foods Market is expected to reduce costs and make the small ranch profitable for the first time. Fox Fire is still is trying to increase production and distribution of its wines.

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Brent Walter, marketing director at Fox Fire Farms, seen in the farm’s freezer, said when Fox Fire starts selling to Whole Foods it will not need to use the 8-foot by 20-foot freezers any more, saving about $700 a month in electricity costs.
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Scott Ware of Morton Buildings works on the new winery and tasting room at Fox Fire Farms. Fox Fire’s contract to sell almost all of its meat to Whole Foods Market is expected to reduce costs and make the small ranch profitable for the first time. Fox Fire is still is trying to increase production and distribution of its wines.
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