Field Fresh Farms, a grower / shipper of conventional and organic produce, will showcase its new hemp seedlings product at the PMA Foodservice at booth 506 in Monterey, Calif. On July 21-22.
Available as a seedling supply and as an ingredient in food and retail leafy green vegetable blends, this new to market green salad specialty is packed with nutrients (including omega 3, 6 and 9, potassium and flavor profiles ranging from citrus to earthy. Containing extremely little or no THC, hemp seedlings allow consumers to experience the health benefits of hemp without the effects of THC. This product is certified organic and marketed under the Beach Road Organics label.
Young hemp shoots allow consumers to experience the health benefits of hemp without the effects of THC.
Grown by Field Fresh Farms fourth generation family parent company, Dobler & Sons, as part of an exclusive growing partnership with Solare Ventures Inc., the holder of various exclusive certified industrial hemp seeds, this product has made the subject to extensive testing and testing to ensure it meets and exceeds USDA, FDA, and State of California regulatory guidelines.
“We look forward to introducing this healthy green specialty to our restaurant and retail customers. Even though this product does not contain any controlled substances, we perform extensive THC testing on each crop to ensure we meet rigorous FDA and USDA standards. new product, we look forward to educating customers about the benefits of this edible green made from hemp, ”said Craig Dobler, owner of Dobler & Sons. “We think the effort is worth it as this new product is sure to spark the interest of chefs and consumers alike. It is also a sustainable crop that can be grown year round on the central California coast. . “
With a short 18 day grow cycle from planting to harvest and a long shelf life of over 17 days, young hemp shoots are an option for transitional and shoulder crops with production that can be rapidly increased to meet demand.
Product branding and retail packaging are under development and will be unveiled later this year, while the raw product is now available for catering and other producers. “As well as being a source of nutrients and a complement to a variety of green salads, we are excited to see how chefs and consumers are getting creative with the shape, taste and texture of the leaves,” said Dobler.