San Diego Microgreen Farmer Completes Expansion on Greenhouses, Packing House

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Fresh Origins, a microgreen and edible flower farm in San Diego, CA has recently completed expansion on their facilities to meet growing demand for their products. The recently completed expansion will allow Fresh Origins to more efficiently grow, package, and distribute their microgreens and edible flowers across the country.

Fresh Origins has seen such a high demand for their microgreens and edible flowers that they recently had to expand their greenhouse and packaging facilities to accommodate the extra orders. With the expansion, the total greenhouse area for Fresh Origins will top 400,000 square feet.
With the increased production also comes an increased need for packing and shipping which is why Fresh Origins has increased their refrigerated packaging facility space by 4,000 square feet, bringing the grand total to 15,000 square feet.

The mild, sunny climate of San Diego is ideal for growing microgreens. The climate results in microgreens and edible flowers with a better color, texture, leaf expansion, and improved shelf life. Of course, along with the superior climate conditions, Fresh Origins’ careful attention to detail throughout the growing and harvesting process is what gives their microgreens a huge quality advantage.

About the Company: Fresh Origins is the nations’ leading grower of Micro greens and, Edible Flowers. Fresh Origins is well positioned to offer a tremendous selection of unique microgreens for the culinary professional. Fresh Origins’ micro greens are available only through specialty produce distributors. If your favorite distributor does not offer Fresh Origins, please have them contact us at (760) 736-4072 or by visiting

With over 15 years of experience growing in the most ideal climate, Fresh Origins is uniquely positioned to offer the freshest, most unique microgreens of any grower in the country.


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