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Vertically Integrated from Seed to Sale

Mucci Farms™ is a second-generation fruit and vegetable grower headquartered in Kingsville, Ontario, Canada, with over 60 years of growing experience. The company owns and operates over 2,000 acres of greenhouses, including their partner grower network in Canada, the U.S., and Mexico. Mucci specializes in the production of tomato, pepper, cucumber, and strawberry plants. This award-winning team is on a mission to deliver the highest quality fresh produce in the market through innovation at all levels.

Mucci’s greenhouses offer a controlled environment to protect plants from adverse weather conditions and pests, create simulated sunlight through LED lighting systems, and recycle irrigated water. These crops are no longer dependent on the environment, because they can house them in optimal growing conditions. Mucci continues to advance sustainable agriculture and year-round food production across North America.

Advancing Sustainable Agriculture

CLEAN AND GREEN

Protects plants with a series of biological control agents to prevent infestation. Primarily, using good bugs to fight bad bugs. [1]Aktaş Emel, and Michael A. Bourlakis. Food Supply Chains in Cities: Modern Tools for Circularity and Sustainability. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.

CIRCULAR SYSTEM

Uses 80% less water than conventional agriculture with a rigorous run-off collection system. [2] Aktaş Emel, and Michael A. Bourlakis. Food Supply Chains in Cities: Modern Tools for Circularity and Sustainability. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.

EFFICIENT AND RESILIENT

Indoor growing gives plants perfect conditions for consistently high yield and high-quality nutrients. [3]Aktaş Emel, and Michael A. Bourlakis. Food Supply Chains in Cities: Modern Tools for Circularity and Sustainability. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.

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References
1 Aktaş Emel, and Michael A. Bourlakis. Food Supply Chains in Cities: Modern Tools for Circularity and Sustainability. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.
2 Aktaş Emel, and Michael A. Bourlakis. Food Supply Chains in Cities: Modern Tools for Circularity and Sustainability. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.
3 Aktaş Emel, and Michael A. Bourlakis. Food Supply Chains in Cities: Modern Tools for Circularity and Sustainability. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.