Our origins are in the food industry - we couldn't find the produce
we wanted for our food, so we decided to grow it.
We grow and sell microgreens and mushrooms, serving customers within a 10-mile radius of our urban farm. The idea behind the business is to feed people fresh, nutrient-dense produce that is locally grown, sustainably made, and with low food mileage.
We have ambitious plans to develop urban farms across the North West and eventually across the country, ensuring that everyone gets fed the best food, the best way possible. Recent times have highlighted the fragility of our food system, so our goal is to improve this
within our local area and beyond.
Food products should be fresh, wholesome, responsibly made,
and of great importance to us, delivered in an environmentally-friendly way. Being eco doesn't just mean using compostable packaging (which we do) - how does that product get to your door? Our products are cycled direct to your doorstep on our tailormade electric tricycle.
A small urban farm with big ideas
Think global, Eat local
We take every step to make sure our indoor farm is as kind to the environment, as our produce is kind to your body.
We love to use recycled materials to produce something new. Every new plant we grow, has been grown on the bed of reincarnation - the resurrection of a resource put to pasture having already provided a service. But we get a new service in its transformed shape and isn't that a wonderful thing.
Our mushrooms are grown on
waste coffee + waste coffee chaff + recycled wood chips.
Our greens are grown on coco coir, a byproduct of coconuts + hemp mats, a byproduct of industrial hemp, considered one of the most sustainable products on Earth + our homegrown compost, a byproduct of life.