Juice producer partners with hydroponic farm

Nourish, a Kennett Square, Pennsylvania-based cold-pressed juice company founded by Francine Covelli, is collaborating with Wilmington’s Second Chances Farm to offer its probiotic and CBD juices for online purchase and as an add-on for farm-to-table box subscribers.

As part of the collaboration, the two companies plan to create a limited-edition line of juices aimed at encouraging Delaware school students to choose beverages with no sugar added.

Second Chances Farm launched in 2019 within the Northeast Wilmington Opportunity Zone. The indoor, vertical, hydroponic farm trains and employs individuals who are returning from incarceration and encourages employees to start their own farms.

Originally, Second Chances was going to deliver its greens and herbs to restaurants and commercial clients exclusively. But when the March 2020 COVID-19 shutdown happened just days before delivery of its first harvest, founder Ajit George did a quick pivot and began a farm-to-table subscription service for local consumers. 

The new line of Nourish/Second Chances farm juices will be released in late September or early October.

Read the complete article at www.technical.ly.

For more information:
Second Chances Farm
www.secondchancesfarm.com


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