Our greens are grown:
By our small family
in Corinne, Utah
We personally plant, transplant, water, and harvest every little seed and plant.
Our hydroponic setup reduces the possibility of pests and diseases like E. coli and salmonella.
In a 320 square foot
Our controlled environment grows 365 days a year—about 6,000 plants every 8 weeks.
Using about 5 gallons
of water per day
That’s only 35 gallons per week. Other irrigation methods can use over 54,000 gallons per week!
That means the roots are suspended in water and infused with nutrients.
Without soil erosion
or air pollution
Our freight farm is eco-friendly and sustainable all the way around.
The healthiest, most delicious greens you’ve never had—yet.
Living lettuce is harvested with the small, clean root ball still attached. Waiting to cut off the roots until just before eating the lettuce has many benefits:
Maximizes moisture and nutrients
We’re talking major sources of fiber, Vitamin C, Thiamin, B-6, riboflavin, niacin, A, E, and folate.
Improves the leaves’ flavor and crunchiness
You won’t go back to chopped lettuce in a bag from the grocery store anymore.
Stays fresh in the fridge for 3-4 weeks
But your taste buds probably won’t let you leave the lettuce in the fridge that long!
We grow several types of premium greens.
Though they vary in taste and leaf style and range from sweet to savory, all are nutrient dense and delicious.
Get your greens.
Weekly Lettuce Variety Pack
Our lettuce is no longer available in a prepaid subscription. You can find our lettuce at the Salt Lake Farmers Market until October 22.
You can also find our lettuce on the Pizza Volta Menu at 1080 E 2100 S Sugarhouse Utah and Irey Market Garden 196 W 21st ST B Ogden UT.
Your debit/credit card will be charged weekly unless you cancel your subscription before your next scheduled payment. You may log in to your account to cancel your subscription at any time.
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Why choose our lettuce?
It's living. Intact roots maximize nutrients and flavor.
It's clean. No pesticides or herbicides.
It's fresh. Lasts in the fridge 3–4 weeks.
It's year-round. Grown in our controlled freight farm.
It's delicious. Need we say more?
We wanted something more—something of our own that would make our little corner of the world a better place.
Two small town kids locally grown in northern Utah.
We are James and Jessica Walker. Because of our rural upbringing, we have a respect and love for the land, plants, and animals that has been instilled in us and that we hope to help grow for future generations.
We both graduated from college and worked a variety of jobs with the goal to just always meet our needs, but we always felt like we wanted something more—something of our own that would make our little corner of the world a better place.
That desire led us to a wonderful opportunity with Freight Farms. This was an opportunity for us to blend Jessica’s love of plants and greenhouses with James’ love of farming into one amazing venture.
We started Home Grown Greens with three kids under the age of five and a baby on the way! They keep us busy but are also our biggest driving factor to succeed.
Thank you for supporting Home Grown Greens!
—James & Jessica Walker