Tag Archives: Sustainability

The Vine Online – May 2013

May 2013 Vine

Well this is our 3rd edition of The Vine Online and I hope you are enjoying the little bit of insight into our company. This newsletter is such an important communication tool for our many employees, but I am always amazed as I watch people leave our offices with backdated issues. That is a good thing and why we are committed to publishing these newsletters each month.

This month, I’m focussing on the “The Power of the Plate”, referencing the “CA GROWN” and “BC GROWN” license plate icons we put on our packaging to clearly let shoppers know where the product is grown.… Read more

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The Vine Online – April 2013

THE VINE - APRIL 2013 (ENG)
The April Vine is our second Online. This issue features some of our newest products and packaging for the coming season. With the freshness of spring we have already started harvesting our Signature Medley’s in Canada and the first Heirlooms are showing-up in California. It is an exciting time and certainly the energy that comes with Spring is resonating throughout the company.

We hope you enjoy this window into our glass house and would like to hear from you.… Read more

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Seeds of Tomorrow Project

Changing the Cycle of Child Hunger in Tactic, Guatemala

Well, I guess this blog is the ceremonial first seedling of our Guatemala Project as I can announce we have formally commenced our fundraising efforts and dubbed the program the “Seeds of Tomorrow Project”. As of this morning the donation pages administered by Impact Ministries are up and you will be able to receive a government tax receipt for your generous donation (US Donations * / Canadian Donations *) and remember to select “Seeds of Tomorrow Project” in the drop down menu to ensure the funds are earmarked for this project.Read more

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7 Wonder Facts of our Tomato World

Facts are funny. You want them to help with decision-making. But sometimes, the more facts you have on the table, the tougher it is to make the decision. Consider a single fact; I’ve seen plenty of examples where that fact is used to support or oppose the same argument.

You’re probably wondering what I’m getting at – frankly, nothing more than serving up some wonder (some mind-boggling) facts about my world of tomatoes.  … Read more

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#365Green Contest week 7 wrap-up – The Final Countdown

#365Green

A short update this week that starts with a huge congratulations to Angie E of North Dakota. Our tomatoes don’t make it to the mid-west too often, but fortunately for Angie she is going to see them right at her door every two weeks for a year. Proving the more you enter, the better your chances of winning, Angie has shared her simple #365Green tips on everything from recycling all your papers to save trees, conserving energy with the simple flip of a light switch when you are not in a room to donating unused items to charity so others can benefit.… Read more

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