Local Grown Salads Featured at Bioenterprise Impact Event

Local Grown Salads is proud to have been featured at showcase event for Bioenterprise Corporation seed funding recipients, on October 10th in Guelph, Ontario. Held at Cutten Fields, the non-profit agricultural business accelerator’s event gave Local Grown Salads and the 14 other recipients the opportunity to highlight the achievements made thanks to the funding they […]

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​What Is An Indoor Vertical Farming System?

An Indoor Vertical Farm is a system of parts selected for growing, harvesting and packaging salads. The most important part are the lights providing the energy nutrition.  LED lights are getting brighter and smaller, using less power almost daily. LEDs give off heat and don’t like water. Plants are mostly made up of water, thus […]

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Local Grown Salads To Meet Major Retailers!

Local Grown Salads is Speaking At FMI and GMA’s Global Sustainability Summit Zale Tabakman, President of Local Grown Salads will be a featured presenter at the Food Marketing Institute and Grocery Manufacturers Association’s Global Sustainability Summit in Nashville, TN on August 11, 2017. The Summit provides tools and solutions for food companies to make themselves and their […]

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Food Safety Concerns Pose Serious Risk to Our Health

Food safety is the highest priority for Local Grown Salads. The following story demonstrates how complex a problem it can be, and why Local Grown Salads is designing its equipment and its processes to, first and foremost, maximize food safety. We use the latest and most current advanced technologies to reduce the risk of contamination […]

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Local Grown Salads Discusses Manufacturing, Technology and Vertical Farming in Windsor Essex

Late last month, the Local Grown Salads team had the pleasure of travelling to Windsor Essex to meet with members of the local community. The crowd gathered in the Canvas Campus Tipi at the Tecumseh Historical Museum, people from right in the heart of the manufacturing sector, education, and social services and more. So who better to […]

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Praise of Local Grown Salads from Dr. Nicholas Savidov

Dr. Nicholas Savidov, an internationally-recognized expert, is the senior research scientist for the Aquaponics program at Lethbridge College. Born and raised in Russia, he received his MS. and Ph.D degrees in Plant Physiology and Biochemistry in Russian State Agricultural University in Moscow. He conducted his postdoctoral studies in the Plant Biochemistry Lab in Ben-Gurion University […]

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