Our Next “First”: Restaurant Collaboration!

Our Next “First”: Restaurant Collaboration!

Hello again, Bay Area! Hope you’ve recovered from Outside Lands. We had a blast debuting Plenty greens for the first time ever at the festival, and we’ve been cooking up the next ways you can enjoy our produce in between sets. Without further ado, we’re super excited...
Plenty Of Good News…It’s Our Debut!

Plenty Of Good News…It’s Our Debut!

Oh, hey friends! We know it’s been a while since you’ve heard from us, but quiet as we’ve kept, we’ve been working on something Big. As you know, our mission is to bring good, clean food to people all over the world, but first we wanted to start with our own...
Our Take on the Rise of Imported Produce to the U.S.

Our Take on the Rise of Imported Produce to the U.S.

The New York Times recently published a fascinating piece about the exponential increase in imported fresh fruits and vegetables to the U.S. In the last 30 years, imported fresh fruit rose from 23% to 53%. If you think that’s a lot, consider that veggie imports...
6 Mouthwatering Taste and Flavor Terms

6 Mouthwatering Taste and Flavor Terms

Let’s talk taste! Tasting is a complex process involving all your senses. Sure, taste happens in the mouth, but that’s only a small part of the story. Tasty foods always come with their own texture, appearance, aroma, and flavor culminating in a holistic experience...
6 Secrets to Healthier Salad Dressing

6 Secrets to Healthier Salad Dressing

Some people put ranch dressing on everything in sight, others favor a classic Italian, or something sweeter, like the ever-popular raspberry vinaigrette. But what all of these salad dressings have in common is that they’re often high in calories and fat. And we mean...
How Plenty Grows the Happiest Plants in the World

How Plenty Grows the Happiest Plants in the World

There’s a reason farmers have long relied on guides like the Old Farmer’s Almanac and today use the most sophisticated weather and climate monitoring available. That reason is unpredictability. Think about all the conditions necessary for a seed to germinate and...
Recipe of the Week: ​Herb and Lemon Salmon

Recipe of the Week: ​Herb and Lemon Salmon

Salmon with bright citrus and fresh herbs is one of our favorite weeknight dinners. We like to serve it with tender greens or fluffy quinoa for a healthy meal packed with omega-3s and vitamins. This simple, flavor filled fish dish makes 3-4 servings, so gather a few...
Recipe of the Week: Berry Toast

Recipe of the Week: Berry Toast

Let’s be honest. Avocado toast gets all the love, but why should avocados have all the fun? We are seriously crushing on berry toast these days. This berry toast recipe is so tasty, we whip it up pretty much every weekend. It’s got everything you could want: crunchy...
​Recipe of the Week: Berry Spring Smoothie

​Recipe of the Week: Berry Spring Smoothie

  It’s spring! That means long nights and never-ending cold snaps are coming to an end. Woo hoo! To celebrate, we’re making one of our favorite fast breakfasts: a berry and spinach smoothie. Smoothies are often loaded with added sugars, but this do-it-at-home...
How an Indoor Farm Can Help Your City

How an Indoor Farm Can Help Your City

If you live in Phoenix, Albuquerque, or Palm Springs, you’re well aware that it’s problematic to grow crops outdoors in the summer, when temperatures can top 110 degrees. And if you live in Minneapolis, Des Moines, Fairbanks, or Buffalo, you know you’re lucky if your...
A Candid Chat with Danny In The Valley on the Future of Food

A Candid Chat with Danny In The Valley on the Future of Food

Did you know apples are, on average, one year old by the time you buy them in the grocery store? Or that due to U.S. regulations, beefsteak tomato skins can withstand twice the amount of impact as your car bumper? Well, it’s true. And those two tidbits are merely a...
How Freshness Fuels Unparalleled Taste in Produce

How Freshness Fuels Unparalleled Taste in Produce

It’s a decision moment every shopper knows. You look over the misted bins of baby lettuce, spinach, and arugula, then at the heads of romaine and iceberg trying to decide which greens will make the best salad exploding with flavor. And how do you ultimately decide...
10 Reasons Why Eating Local is Best

10 Reasons Why Eating Local is Best

Did you know that when you buy locally grown produce, you’re making a choice to do something that’s better for you and your family, but that also benefits your community and the environment? Well it’s true. Not only do you prevent the negative consequences that come...
7 Ways to Reduce Holiday Food Waste This Season

7 Ways to Reduce Holiday Food Waste This Season

The holidays are here! Perhaps that fills your head with visions of sugar plums or maybe you can’t stop thinking about grandma’s cinnamon rolls. Regardless of what delicious treats are dancing in your daydreams, the onset of the holidays always mean one thing: Food....
Reimagining Agricultural Water Use In A Growing World

Reimagining Agricultural Water Use In A Growing World

No matter where you live, water is a topic of contention. “Is it clean?” “Is there enough to go around?” “Who gets access to it?” Domestic life, agriculture, and dozens of separate industries depend upon the answers. Unfortunately, there are no simple answers....
There’s a Way to Grow Food for People, Not Trucks

There’s a Way to Grow Food for People, Not Trucks

Far from fresh, and farmed from afar Ask a friend what she looks for as she navigates the produce aisle, and she’ll tell you she wants the freshest produce possible. Consumer research shows that we prize freshness above all else because we know that freshness means...
Plenty Farms: Our Mission Explained And Explored

Plenty Farms: Our Mission Explained And Explored

Plenty is a new kind of farm for a new kind of world. We’re an indoor farming company comprised of passionate people determined to solve systemic problems in our food system. At Plenty, we’re on a mission to transform produce from a bland commodity to a delicious...
How Indoor Farming Will Change the Way We Eat

How Indoor Farming Will Change the Way We Eat

Are there hidden costs in our grocery store aisles? When you’re carefully selecting that rosy apple or velvety avocado from the well-stocked bins in your local grocery store, it may not occur to you to wonder where it came from or at what cost. It might surprise you...