Greengate Fresh to be Featured on Upcoming Episode of American Farmer

Delivering Quality, Fresh Produce to America

Salinas, CA, March 17, 2012 --( GreenGate Fresh announced today their participation in an upcoming episode of American Farmer for Discovery Channel and Rural TV.

GreenGate Fresh is committed to providing customers with the highest quality produce available today, while also making a positive impact on the environment.

This particular episode will focus on the importance of environmental stewardship. GreenGate Fresh is committed to maintaining a sustainable future, through technology and innovative farming methods. Viewers will learn that it is not only possible, but convenient to eat fresh, healthy produce.

“I’m not sure there has ever been a greater need to provide safe, fresh, healthy and affordable food choices to people of all ages. Fresh fruit and vegetables grown and produced in harmony with the environment fill this void perfectly. We saw the opportunity to work with American Farmer as a great way to deliver this message,” said Jay Iverson, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for GreenGate Fresh.

“I’m truly excited to be working with GreenGate Fresh on what will truly be an impact piece for the agriculture community,” said Shirley White, producer for American Farmer. “Viewers need to be introduced to companies like GreenGate, who play an important role in providing healthy produce for our country.”

About American Farmer:

American Farmer is a breakthrough program on a mission to showcase the latest advancements in agriculture and farming. From seed to harvest to food production, their producers have traveled the country covering the people, places and issues impacting all areas of farm country. American Farmer is produced and distributed by DMG Productions, an award-winning content provider of educational programming to the television industry.

For more information visit: or call (866) 496-4065.

About GreenGate Fresh:

GreenGate Fresh is a startup company formed in late 2009 to produce fresh salads and slaws for the foodservice-hospitality industry. This could include fine dining and quick service restaurants along with hospitals, schools and universities.

For more information, visit: or call 831-783-1601.

Media Contact:
Jay Iverson
DMG Productions, LLC
Shirley White
(866) 496-4065