Indiantown, FL, June 29, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Growmor, a new company creating quite a buzz, has signed agreements with the Seminole Inn and Crackers Restaurant who both expressed great enthusiasm about having true organic produce delivered straight from the farm to their front door. Growmor will bring to life rare heirloom varieties to accent the local Florida fare which Indiantown has become so noted for.
"We make the best fried green tomatoes and our menu brings to life real Florida food that has been the favorite of generations of local Floridians," said Jonnie Flewelling. "We can't wait to get tomato varieties here in Indiantown from Italy and Mexico that will be grown in soils specially blended to replicate soils where they naturally grow. Imagine sitting down and eating a tomato grown in Indiantown that tastes exactly like those grown in the footshills of Mount Vesuvius - just wait till our patrons have a bite of that."
Growmor specializes in custom blending soils and fertilizers to match local soil conditions wherever they may be. "We make our soils from rich and abundant waste materials and feed our plants pure, oxygenated water that makes them thrive and allows them to deliver more taste and flavor per bite. People say we make the best tasting tomatoes they've ever had. We didn't get those accolades using chemicals - we did it using organic know how - that's our wheelhouse!" said Greg Flewelling, a partner in Growmor.
"The world's food supply is becoming more and more polluted by the day and people's health is being sacrificed for corporate profits," said Brian Donnelly, a partner in Growmor. "We do not subscribe to the notion that nothing can be done about the harmful chemicals in the food that is being grown - we grow in organic soil and water. I realized a long time ago that I could either spend a little money on bad food and a lot on healthcare or a little more on great food and hardly anything on healthcare - it's so true - food is medicine and medicine is food!" said Donnelly
By 2025, half the children born in the United States will be diagnosed with autism, says Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a senior research scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. “Is there a toxic substance that is currently in our environment on the rise in step with increasing rates of autism that could explain this?” She asks in a 2013 presentation sponsored by Wellesley League of Women Voters. “The answer is yes, I’m quite sure that I’m right, and the answer is glyphosate.”
"With every bite you take you make a choice - to heal or to hurt. Our mission is to make food that heals you, to make food that excites you, to make food that brings you home," said Brian Donnelly. "We are very serious about empowering people one veggie at a time!"
Growmor trains under-utlizied people and people with special needs at their University off Fox Brown Road. "We have been working with area non-profits and empowering students in Urban Farming for over 3 years now. We have developed our own special hands on training course that provides a wealth of everyday practical skills to people who ordinarily would never be trained in much of anything," said Greg Flewelling. "Seeing people come to life through education is something I experienced as a kid and it made me want to give something back - to pay it forward and through Growmor we get to do that everyday."
"We want to be known as a source of good wholesome home cooked Florida food made by people who care with ingredients that make a difference. You come on down to our place sometime and have a taste of the real Florida with a little extra special twist from Growmor," said Jonnie Flewelling. "I know you will be back for more - soon."
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