Meet Our Growers
We currently supply healthy, luscious, leafy vegetables like PAK CHOI and different types of LETTUCE.
Look forward to: Tomatoes, Sweet Peppers, Cucumbers, Kale, Broccoli, Spinach
Frequently Asked Questions
What does the GSCP logo on your packaging mean?
GSCP stands for the ‘Grown Safe Cultivation Programme (GSCP). The label on packaging represents produce that are obtained from farmers participating in the Making Agriculture Profitable and Sustainable (MAPS) project, implemented by the Cropper Foundation and funded by the IDB Lab. The MAPS project currently offers farmer training, monitoring, crop and water testing for harmful pesticides and microbial residues. Farmers participating in the MAPS project have the opportunity to provide for the Grow band of fresh produce, whereby profits earned are reinvested in the project to support farmers. Visit http://thecropperfoundation.org/ to learn more.
What does “pesticide safe” mean?
Grow farmers use regulated agricultural chemicals, they are trained in the use of good agricultural practices, receive monitoring and undergo random produce testing to ensure that they meet national and international food safety standards.
Will GROW expand their range of fresh produce?
GROW currently focuses on the quality and provision of common fresh vegetables which you typically see in your salad, as these are mostly eat raw or uncooked.
Is GROW’s packaging environmentally friendly?
Our produce are contained in packaging to maintain its quality and freshness. We are constantly sourcing economic and environmentally-friendly alternatives to reduce plastic waste. Our leafy vegetables are currently in Cellophane bags and our produce trays and wrap are made from compostable materials.
Where can GROW’s fresh produce be purchased?
Our fresh produce is currently available at selected MASSY stores. Be on the lookout for a GROW product near you and support the movement towards safer food in T&T!