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A cut aboveTM

Locally grown, year-round, in ideal conditions in Pitt Meadows, BC, our fresh and nutritious greens not only last longer, but taste infinitely better. Assuring an abundance of delicious greens, our commercial scale indoor farming operations contribute to food security in our produce sector and our community.

A Cut Above
Future Farmers

future farmers

As urban populations grow, and weather becomes more and more unpredictable, there’s a need to grow delicious food closer to home. It’s not just better for the environment, it’s farming for our future.

Our fully-automated, high-density vertical growing system uses a touchless technology from seeding through to harvest in a humidity, temperature, water, light and nutrient-controlled environment that ups the quality of each and every plant.

Nerdy. Not dirty.

Never touched by pesticides, herbicides, manure fertilizers, genetic modification, soil or human hands, everything we grow—from our tender butter lettuce to our snappy Swiss chard and gorgeous red leaf lettuce—stays fresh and ready to eat right off the shelf.

Ready to eat

Ready to Eat

Longer lasting

Longer Lasting

No pesticides

No fungicide, pesticide, herbicide

A salad bowl at the end of the rainbow

Our specialized indoor growing methods provide optimal conditions throughout the growing and packing cycle to ensure our greens are always bright, vibrant and stay fresh longer.

When it comes to sustainability, we even recycle the carbon dioxide that plants breathe (rather than releasing it into the atmosphere) and our longer shelf life leads to less food waste after you bring our greens home.

Less land


less land

Less plastic


less plastic

vs. clamshell packaging

Less water


less water

Greater yield


greater yield

vs. conventional field-grown greens

Try our delicious blends

Pairing Up

Your taste buds will stand up when you try our greens paired with one of these delicious recipes and dressings created through our partnership with Vancouver-born chef Emily Butcher (Top Chef Canada and bronze medalist at the Canadian Culinary Championship).

Our Recipes