Top Headlines: Digital Health Company Relocating from Huntsville to Birmingham, Hummus & Pita Co. Expanding in Alabama

Tiffany Jordan and Del Smith are the co-founders of Acclinate Genetics. (Photo courtesy of Acclinate Genetics)

Digital health company relocating from Huntsville to Birmingham
Huntsville-based digital health company Acclinate Genetics will relocate its corporate headquarters to Birmingham’s Denham Building in the Parkside neighborhood. The company will maintain an office at HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, where it launched earlier this year.  –

South American environmental services group buys Birmingham company
Brazilian environmental services company Ambipar has purchased Birmingham’s One Stop Environmental, the company’s second acquisition in the U.S. One Stop Environmental will keep operating, but under the brand of Ambipar Response, a worldwide response organization specializing in environmental services and technologies. – PR Newswire

Hummus & Pita Co. expanding in Alabama
New York-based Hummus & Pita Co., a fast-casual chain serving up Mediterranean fare, will open in Huntsville Thursday, with another location planning to launch in Montgomery later this month. In Huntsville, the restaurant’s first 50 customers – and all first responders – will eat free on Wednesday during a soft opening. –Fast Casual

More opposition to rendering plant in Gadsden
Opponents of a proposed rendering plant showed up again at the Gadsden City Council meeting to show their opposition to the project. Pilgrim’s Pride is negotiating for property near the Gadsden airport for the plant, which would render chicken parts. – WBRC-6

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