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WHERE DOES YOUR PRODUCE COME FROM?

Press Release

Clinton Felsted, Owner
La Nay Ferme
E Lawn Loop, Provo, UT 84604

WHERE DOES YOUR PRODUCE COME FROM? YOU CAN HAVE FOOD ON YOUR DINNER TABLE TONIGHT THAT WAS PICKED TODAY.

PROVO, Utah- Much of the produce available at the supermarket has endured days of travel before it ever shows up on store shelves. Selection and varieties are not based on taste or nutrition, but rather on an items ability to endure shipping.

??????We believe that consumers deserve greater selection, and more nutritious options than those available at the store,?????? said Clinton Felsted, Owner of La Nay Ferme, a local farm.

La Nay Ferme and other Community Supported Agriculture organizations, or CSA????????s offer a fresh, healthy, and local alternative to produce grown for it????????s ability to travel for weeks. CSA????????s offer a variety of fresh grown foods, many of which are unavailable at the supermarket.

According to The Food Routes Network, the average produce item travels 1,300 miles before it is consumed. Additionally, fruits and vegetables can spend up to 2 weeks in transit.

“You can have food on your dinner table tonight that was picked today,” said Real Foods chef Ryan Staples.

Located in Provo, Utah, La Nay Ferme aims to provide healthy, local grown produce. Fruits and vegetables are grown seasonally and harvested year-round. CSA shares are available in 1, 4, 12 week options.

Clinton Felsted
La Nay Ferme
(801) 368-1006
[email protected]
LaNayFerme.com
E Lawn Loop, Provo, UT 84604

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