Village Farms (VFF) falls 0.33% to Close at $6.01 on January 14

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Village Farms International Inc (NASDAQ: VFF) shares fell 0.33%, or $0.02 per share, to close Friday at $6.01. After opening the day at $5.99, shares of Village Farms fluctuated between $6.16 and $5.91. 587,291 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 984,997. Friday's activity brought Village Farms’s market cap to $529,582,743.

Village Farms is headquartered in Delta, British Columbia..

About Village Farms International Inc

Village Farms is one of the largest and longest-operating greenhouse growers in North America. The Company leverages decades of experience in large-scale, low-cost intensive agriculture as a vertically integrated produce supplier to pursue high-value, high-growth plant-based Consumer Packaged Goods opportunities in cannabis and CBD in North Americaand select markets internationally.

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