Smooth with a light hazelnut taste, our living mache stays fresh for up to 14 days in the refrigerator, thanks to the attached root.
Nutritious lettuce varieties that grow in water
All our lettuce varieties are cultivated hydroponically. That means they are grown 100% in water. For healthy, incredibly nutrient-dense produce, we enrich the water with the same vitamins and minerals they would get from soil.
Bulk box only.
Packaging with a freshness purpose
To keep our vegetables fresher for longer, we use packaging from recycled and recyclable plastic. We encourage every one of our customers to recycle so your packaging can be given new life again and again.
Plastic extends the shelf life of our produce by creating a protective barrier that also conserves humidity (much like a greenhouse, in fact!) So we can cut back on food waste, here and in your home.
Keep your lettuce fresher, longer
- Don’t cut off the roots.
- Store in the original packaging in the refrigerator (ideally in the crisper section) at a temperature of 0°C to 4°C.
- For crispier, crunchier leaves, wrap the roots only in a damp cloth or paper towel and store in the original packaging. Don’t let the leaves come into contact with the cloth.
- If you wash your lettuce, wait until you are ready to serve, not before.
- To prepare, tear leaves off by hand instead of oxidizing with scissors.
To keep our vegetables fresher for longer, we use packaging that can be easily recycled over and over, helping to contribute to a circular economy. Plastic extends the shelf life of our produce by creating a protective barrier that also conserves humidity (much like a greenhouse, in fact!) So we can cut back on food waste, here and in your home.
We grow incredibly fresh, nutrient-rich vegetables twelve months a year. Fresh vegetables grown in Quebec soil in the middle of winter? Now that’s refreshing! By rethinking how we can grow vegetables sustainably, even in our harsh climate, we can bring you fresh, flavourful, high-quality foods again and again, all year long and for many years to come.
Our goal above all else is to produce healthy, safe food. To us, producing vegetables without the use of GMOs is non-negotiable for a sustainable future. That’s why we only use seed varieties without GMOs. Vegetables grown in nature should be as natural as possible.
Our family business is homegrown too, and we believe in serving up wellbeing for our team members and our greater community. Those are our family values, passed down from generation to generation.
Our vegetables are all grown locally in one of our four greenhouses located in Mirabel, Portneuf, Sainte-Clotilde and Ham-Nord, not far from city centres. The shorter the distance, the fresher your produce!