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Produce

Produce
Our produce is beyond organic. We start with high quality organic seed that returns hearty and productive plants. Our plants are grown in closed greenhouses where quality produce is our priority. We control every aspect of our hydroponic growing environment to cater to each plant's specific needs. We provide our plants with more micro-nutrients that optimize the health of the plant that translates to the taste of our food. We do not compromise our food with harsh chemicals. We believe that healthy plants growing in a clean environment will yield the best and healthiest produce available.

Arugula

Arugula, also known as "Salad Rocket", is a leafy green vegetable with a strong flavor. The origin of arugula is the Mediterranean, and is often found in dishes of that region. Arugula is identified by its succulent and peppery taste. A sweeter tasting arugula can be found in the young, tender leaves, but as the plant matures, the flavor evolves a spicier kick. Arugula is a versatile kitchen ingredient; it can be used as an herb or garnish to add attractive flavor to any dish, a leafy green to mix into your favorite salads, or a verdant vegetable to pile on your sandwiches. Arugula can deliver a gourmet twist to even the simplest dish.

Beefsteak Tomatoes

Beefsteak tomatoes offer endless possibilities for enjoyment from the bright red fruit to the robust flavor. Whether you're in the mood for a juicy hamburger, tangy salsa, or any dish fused with this distinct tomato flavor, beefsteak tomatoes are the way to go.

Bell Pepper

If you desire a pepper without the flaming heat, try the bell pepper, which is actually a bit sweet! Bell peppers, also known as sweet peppers come in an array of vivid colors: bright red, orange, yellow and green.

Bibb Lettuce

Bibb lettuce is a preferred lettuce due to its delicious flavor and texture. Bibb is a head lettuce with a loose arrangement of leaves that are thick, yet delicate and tender. Bibb is also known as butterhead lettuce because the leaves are as smooth as butter, and even have a mild, buttery flavor.

Cherry Tomato

Do not be fooled by the bite-size stature of a cherry tomato because it is filled with explosive flavor. The cherry tomato ranges from the size of your thumb to the size of a golf ball.

Chili Pepper

Chili peppers have been a part of the human diet since 7500 BC in the Americas. There are many different types of chili peppers, ranging in size, color and flavor, from sweet all the way to flaming hot.

Habanero Peppers

Habanero peppers are the hottest variety of the common chili peppers. Habaneros are rated 100,000 - 500,000 on the Scoville Scale, which is the measurement of spicy heat in chili peppers. This pepper has explosive flavor of spices despite its petite size of 1 to 2 ½ inches in length and 1 to 2 inches in width.

Jalapeno Peppers

If you are looking to add a little spice to your meals, Jalapeno peppers are a delicious and easy option. Originating in Xa- lapa, Mexico, jalapeno peppers are now appreciated around the world. Commonly, a mature Jalapeno is about 2-3 ½ inches in length and is typically eaten when green in color, but a fully ripened bright red jalapeno and can also be consumed. Chi- potle is actually made from a jalapeno that withers and dries on the plant. There is a craft of smoking and stirring the peppers for four days to achieve the smoky spice of chipotle.

Mache Lettuce

Quickly making its way into many American kitchens is the French lettuce, Mache. Mache lettuce is also commonly referred to as lamb's lettuce.

Plum Tomato

The plum tomato is also known as a processing tomato or a paste tomato, which makes sense because they are commonly used for sauces and packing. Unlike other tomatoes, plum tomatoes have few seed compartments, usually two, which make them perfect for processing.

San Marzano Tomato

The San Marzano tomato is Italy's most famous variety of plum tomato. San Marzano tomatoes reign superior due to their unique qualities; rich flavor, firm pulp, less water, fewer seeds, easy to peel skin, and bright red color. Not only are San Marzano tomatoes beautiful, but they are great for cooking! San Marzano tomatoes are ideal for canning and sauce making due to the features that set them apart from other tomatoes. Sometimes referred to as the "King of Peeled", San Marzano tomatoes are easy to skin.

Scotch Bonnet Pepper

Scotch Bonnet peppers, also known as Caribbean red peppers, are a chili pepper that gives island cuisine that flavorful heat that keeps you craving more. Most scotch bonnet peppers range from a rating of 100,000 to 350,000 using Scoville Heat Units. Just to compare, jalapeño peppers max out at 10,000 Scoville Heat Units. Although they are not as hot as the habanero pepper, scotch bonnet peppers remain one of the hottest peppers, however complemented by a sweet flavor.

Vine Tomato

There is a vast variety of vine tomatoes (plum, cherry, San Marzano, etc...) and they all vary in size, shape and color. All tomato growth habits are divided into two groups: determinate and indeterminate. Determinate tomatoes are also known as bush tomatoes, while indeterminate is known as vine tomatoes. These plants produce ripe fruit from spring through winter.