Farm Boy

Farm Boy co-CEO Jeff York shared his vision of home-delivered groceries with Ottawa business leaders at the regular Mayor’s Breakfast Wednesday morning
Farm Boy’s run as an independent grocer officially came to an end Monday with the close of Empire Co.’s $800-million acquisition of the Ottawa-based company
Earnings from Sobey's parent company and an international business forum are on this week's watch list
Empire's strategy appears to be focused on maintaining Farm Boy's status quo – leaving the existing co-CEOs in place and running it as a separate company.
Under the deal, which is expected to close in early 2019, Farm Boy will be set up as a separate company and continue to be led by Jean-Louis Bellemare and Jeff York
Local analytics firm omNovos' data-mining know-how set to drive Farm Boy's new app
Nine Ottawa grocery stores are among 87 across Ontario that have been given approval to sell beer and cider starting in April.
Panel features CEOs from Farm Boy, Mad Radish and Rent frock Repeat
Ottawa grocer Farm Boy is making good on its word to expand to the Greater Toronto Area, announcing that it will open its first Etobicoke store this fall.
As local grocery chain Farm Boy celebrates 35 years in business, it’s looking further afield in search of growth.