We started our company with a single goal in mind:
to grow the purest, best-tasting greens for the most people possible.
But weather in the northeastern United States is better suited to hardier crops, not the tender leaves we were craving. We’d have to find a better way.
So we did.
We worked with scientists and academics at Cornell University to bring farming back to its most basic elements: the crop, nutrients, water, light, and carbon dioxide. Their years of research and experimentation laid the groundwork for our proprietary technology that automates much of the growing and harvesting process.
We farm with a precision that’s unrivaled in the industry; spinach is a notoriously difficult crop to grow. The very things that make it delicious--tender greens and a hint of sweetness--also make it sensitive to changes in temperature, water quality, and nutrients. Our approach takes all of these things into account--and more. We go beyond organic and beyond conventional hydroponics with automated growing and harvesting operations, high-capacity supplemental LED lighting, supplemental carbon dioxide, and high-precision irrigation.
Our team of entrepreneurs, researchers, and greenhouse workers transform learnings from today’s crops into tomorrow’s greens. We work day in and day out to improve our products and expand our offerings. Most importantly, we work with customers and fellow greens lovers who know a good green when they eat it. With their (and our) tireless taste testing and some very honest feedback, we’ll continue to tweak our growing methods until we can honestly claim the mantle of “the best spinach in the world.”
We’re pretty darn close.