BERLIN, DE, Feb. 7, 2014 /CNW/ - This week at HortiBiz's international
Tomato Inspiration Event, local Windset Farms® won big! Among the
gathered top 50 tomato growers in the world, selected by leading
horticultural suppliers, Windset Farms® took the top spot winning the
award for 'Best Tomato Grower in the World.'
Steven Newell, CEO, was on hand to accept the award. His brother, John
Newell, COO, said 'we couldn't be more proud - this is a huge honour
for Windset given the other growers in the running. It takes a lot of
people to make this happen and we would like to thank all of the people
on the Windset Team for making this a reality'.
So the next time you are in a local grocery store looking at produce, be
sure to pick up some Windset Farms® produce including their cucumbers,
bell peppers, butter lettuce...and of course their now famous tomatoes!
About Windset Farms®
Headquartered at their Delta, B.C. facility and with greenhouses in
Abbotsford, B.C., Santa Maria, California and Las Vegas, Nevada,
Windset Farms® is a family-run business that has become one of the largest growers and
marketers of greenhouse produce. Windset products are sold across
Western Canada, the Western United States, Mexico and Asia. Windset
grows only non-GMO produce including peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes,
lettuce, eggplant and endive. The company's facilities combine
state-of-the-art technology and old-fashioned attention to detail to
ensure optimal growing conditions and sustainable practices.
Visit www.windsetfarms.com for recipes and product information. Also check out www.facebook.com/WindsetFarms and www.twitter.com/WindsetFarms for live updates.
Image with caption: "Windset Farms wins the world's best tomato grower among the top 80 tomato growers in the world. The Tomato Inspiration Award 2014 was accepted by CEO Steven Newell during the first Tomato Inspiration Event held at the Ellington Hotel in Berlin. (CNW Group/Windset Farms)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20140207_C8668_PHOTO_EN_36451.jpg
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