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Certified Naturally Grown (CNG): How did True Leaf Market Seed Company get started?
Parker Garlitz (PG): Our roots extend all the way back to the early 1970s when our two flagship brands were founded. Mountain Valley Seed Company began as a catalog flower and garden seed company. Around that same time, Handy Pantry was founded as a specialty seed company focused on countertop gardening starting with sprouts, and eventually expanding to indoor herb gardening, wheatgrass and microgreens. These two established seed companies came together in 2014 to form True Leaf Market.
CNG: What are True Leaf Market Seed Company's core values?
PG: We want everyone to experience the joy of growing. We are committed to offering sustainable, non-GMO seeds and products, along with information and support to encourage new growers. We are certified organic with a large selection of organic options. We pride ourselves in premium seed, competitive pricing, outstanding customer services and fast fulfillment.
CNG: How did you make the decision to support CNG as a Business Ally?
PG: We are proud of the seed industry and are anxious to be involved in organizations that work for the betterment of the industry.
CNG: How does Certified Naturally Grown support True Leaf Market Seed Company's customers?
PG: We want everyone to reconnect with nature through the joy of growing naturally. CNG helps us reinforce that goal for our customers and gives them that added assurance.
CNG: What are some exciting developments at True Leaf Market Seed Company our CNG community can look forward to?
PG: We are a growing company and are working hard to expand our product lines, especially in gardening seeds, microgreens seeds, and growing supplies. We hope to double our offerings over the coming years.
CNG: If you had a magic agricultural wand, how would you use it to improve farm systems in America?
PG: We’d restore more balance between smaller family farms and corporate agri-business. We’d love to see more small farms growing naturally, sustainably and non-GMO. We’d also get many more people growing at least some of their own food whether that is through traditional gardening, or countertop gardening like microgreens.
CNG: Is there anything else CNG farmers and beekeepers should know?
PG: We’d be honored for an opportunity to earn your business.
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