Don started his business in his parents basement and quickly expanded to a robust farm serving the local community. Last year he reached $100,000 in sales. Don’s approach to business helped the farm increase sales by 50% during COVID-19.
Looks like a lot of microgreens consumers are worried about the risks of getting the virus through their favorite microgreens which leads to: farmers struggling to distribute their production people limiting their consumption of healthy food At the same time, there isn’t any scientific research and data about the specific resiliency of coronavirus, because it is so new. Still studies show that its cousin viruses, SARS and MERS, only live for few hours on the Read More »