Mar 18, 2024
New Hampshire greenhouse operator prepares for May opening

Preparing for its May grand opening, North Country Growers has introduced a new website.

The Berlin, New Hampshire, greenhouse grower of leafy greens plans to complete construction and begin first harvests in May, according to a news release.

North Country Growers logoThe website was designed to offer a glimpse into the world of premium greenhouse-grown lettuce where freshness harmonizes with sustainability, according to the release. 

North Country grows a variety of lettuces, including romaine, green and red leaf, bibb and basil and cilantro herbs.

“Positioned as a beacon of innovation in the agricultural landscape, North Country Growers is dedicated to harnessing cutting-edge technologies and the expertise of its diligent team to deliver fresh, healthy, and top-quality greens at an accessible price point,” according to the release..

The website is a testament to North Country’s commitment to providing quality greens while championing sustainability, Jake Rupert, director of sales and marketing, said in the release. “We are thrilled to welcome visitors to explore our range of products and delve into the intricacies of our production process,” he said in the release.

North Country Growers is preparing for its May grand opening by redoing its website.

At the heart of the website lies North Country Growers’ sustainability initiatives, showcasing the company’s dedication to eco-friendly practices in greenhouse farming. Visitors are invited to embark on a journey through the virtual greenhouse, where they can discover the diverse array of premium lettuce varieties meticulously cultivated by the North Country Growers. Each lettuce variety is developed with care and precision, promising an unparalleled freshness and flavor experience, according to the release.

In addition to showcasing their products, the website offers insight into the individuals who form the backbone of North Country Growers’ success. Through the “The People Behind Our Products” section, visitors can view the dedicated farmers, technicians, and experts whose passion and hard work drive the company forward, according to the release.

North Country began in 2017 when it received a $25 million USDA Rural Development loan to construct a hydroponic greenhouse.


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