Hannig Nour’s project has focused on “slow growth and high quality,” she explains. It has also embarked on a mission to educate people about the benefits of clean food, which is “healthily grown and healthy to eat” and to invite its customers to see firsthand where and how their food grows. “Knowing your food is essential for your own wellbeing, as well as the wellbeing of farmers, animals and the environment,” Hannig Nour says.
Healthy or easily available? Chemical free or locally grown? Safer or tastier?