Little Leaf Farms, the best-selling greenhouse grown lettuce in the US, hosts virtual grand opening of new greenhouse

Exclusive tour, fireside chat with CEO, recipes, cocktail pairings and more: Oct. 29 at 12 noon

WHAT: Little Leaf Farms, the number one, best-selling greenhouse grown lettuce in the US, is hosting a virtual grand opening for its new state-of-the-art new greenhouse in Devens, MA. The company, which opened its doors in 2016 and expanded from five acres of growing to 10 acres this fall, has pioneered a new and unique way to grow lettuce hydroponically with greater efficiency and innovative sustainability using pure sunlight and captured rainwater to grow crunchy, delicious lettuce under glass year-round in New England.


The event includes a virtual tour of the greenhouse, a fireside chat with CEO Paul Sellew, salad tips and recipes with Lexi's Clean Kitchen, cocktail/mocktail creations inspired by Little Leaf Farms with Chris Kiertz, an exclusive salad recipe download from Joanne Chang, giveaways and coupons!

WHO:
• Paul Sellew, CEO of Little Leaf Farms
• Janelle Nanos, Business reporter at The Boston Globe
• Lexi Davidson, Founder of Lexi's Clean Kitchen
• Joanne Chang, Owner of Flour Bakery
• Chris Kiertz, bartending expert

WHERE: Anyone can virtually attend this event by registering through the RSVP page and joining the Zoom webinar.

WHEN: Thursday, October 29 at 12:00 p.m.

WHY: Little Leaf Farms is the largest and most technologically advanced lettuce greenhouse in the world. With this expansion and a greenhouse-growing capacity of 10 acres of lettuce fields, the company is producing more than two million packages of lettuce each month, and broadening distribution of the fan-favorite greens to stores across New England and into New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and throughout the East Coast.

For more information, visit https://littleleaffarmsgrandopening.splashthat.com/

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