Grown Here Farms embodies a pure, sustainable lifestyle in every stage of their cultivation practice. They believe in growing and producing delicious products naturally, using only what mother nature gave us. They believe that what goes into how a product is made or grown is just as important as what comes out. They believe in transparency in the supply chain – that you should know what is in your food, who grew it and how it was produced. And they believe that there is a reason grandma’s food tastes so much better than any other meal; it is the love that goes into it.
Love In, Love Out is their philosophy and they are fierce, scrappy, warrior goddesses about protecting the purity and the integrity of their mission, products and processes. They will not compromise.
Privately held, entirely female owned and led, Grown Here Farms is proud to make positive impacts on the environment by growing fresh, pure food that reflects a conscious lifestyle. They don’t partake in conventional agricultural practices. No pesticides, no chemicals; their products are planted biologically in the soil and grown in natural sunlight and water. All of our products have been infused with sound therapy, listening to high-vibrational frequencies, small-batch, hand-made.
Infused with Sound Therepy, this bold flavour profile is the perfect way to add a spicy flair to any dish -- full of color and texture with a hot radish finish. <br><br> Pairs well with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon or Petit Syrah <br><br> <br><br> It is normal to have a few seed leaves, or cotyledon to be a bit yellow. Microgreens are grown past their seed leaf (sprout stage) and are harvested shortly after the true leaf emerges but before they shed the seed leaf.
A chef favourite with a sweet-greens and peppery finish, enjoy on it’s own, or ideal for adding a little pop to your salad or entrée. Perfect pairing with an Asian sesame or balsamic dressing and a lightly oaked Chardonnay. <br><br> <br><br> It is normal to have a few seed leaves, or cotyledon to be a bit yellow. Microgreens are grown past their seed leaf (sprout stage) and are harvested shortly after the true leaf emerges but before they shed the seed leaf.