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Fresh Factory BC Ltd C.FRSH

Primary Symbol: V.FRSH

The Fresh Factory B.C. Ltd. (the Fresh Factory) is a vertically integrated company focused on the growth of fresh, clean-label, plant-based food and beverage brands. The Fresh Factory is primarily a manufacturer and distributor of fresh and plant-based food and beverage products. The Fresh Factory owns or partners with brands in the plant-based space to develop, manufacture, and sell products made from fresh produce and recognizable ingredients. The Fresh Factory works with brands of all sizes in the fresh and plant-based food and beverage space. In addition, the Fresh Factory owns two brands, which include FIELD + FARMER, which sells plant-based dressings, dips, and beverages, and Element Pressed, which sells cold-pressed juices. The Fresh Factory operates from its centrally located manufacturing facility near Chicago, serving customers across the United States. Its subsidiaries include Fresh Factory Manufacturing, LLC, Made Here LLC, and Element Creations LLC.

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Comment by throwaway11on Apr 14, 2022 8:56pm
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RE:Just read the prospectus...

RE:Just read the prospectus...Oop. Gotta walk this back a bit - I'm not sure if I am totally understanding the nature of a lawsuit that Nathan Laurell was named in which was filed against the firm he worked at, Infinium. He is named as a defendant here:

Is there anyone here (lurkers of stockhouse who normally do not post) with a better understanding of securities/business law who can fill me in on this? Does naming him as a defendant suggest he was aware of what would happen to the participants of the plan being offered in order to offset its losses when it paid him and others for their stakes in the company??
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