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Sweetwater Growers

By Kate Medley, December 24, 2008  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Kate Medley

Using a controlled greenhouse environment near Sweetwater Creek in Canton, Georgia, James Dault of Sweetwater Growers cultivates fresh culinary herbs and microgreens year-round, hand-picks them daily and delivers them within 48 hours, in an effort to bring the freshest herbs and greens to Whole Foods Market. Note: Our Farm to Market slide shows currently feature farmers and producers from our South and MidAtlantic Regions. We hope to expand to others in the future.
Category: Farm to Market, Local

 

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Bob Sarson says ...
Thanks for the interesting info about your growers and suppliers. Bob Sarson Jacksonville, Fl.
01/04/2009 3:44:44 PM CST
tammie says ...
I was so happy you had a demo of your olive oil today at Whole Foods in B'ham. I was knocked off my feet with the roasted garlic rosemary olive oil. We can not wait to share and tell our family and friends. I just wanted to say thanks.
12/12/2009 8:38:12 PM CST
Michele says ...
Sweetwater Growers, I have bought your basil in a small pot twice and it starts dying as soon as I get it out of the store. I live in Suwnaee and keep the herb inside. What can I do to keep it usable longer. It's been very frustrating. I'd appreciate any help that you can be. Thanks
12/23/2010 3:49:05 PM CST