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vertical farming arrived
vertical farming arrived
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We've partnered with Infarm to bring you fresh produce. Each modular farming unit at select Sobeys stores is a local ecosystem that creates the ideal environment required for fresh greens and herbs to flourish.

  1. TASTE: Freshness at your fingertips so you can taste the goodness.
  2. LOCAL: 100% Hyperlocal greens that are handpicked for you.
  3. SUSTAINABLE: A new way to grow that reduces the environmental effects of food transportation.
Storage Tip:
Keep your leaves alive in 2cm of water and plenty of sunlight.

Here is a list of the fresh herbs and produce grown in store, with Infarm (please contact store for availability):

Herbs
Add a distinctive taste to your pastas and curries

Lettuce & Produce
Provides a flavorful crunch to any salad or sandwich

Product availability may vary by store. For more details about each product, click here

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At Sobeys, we want to do OurPartᵀᴹ for future generations by bringing you sustainable innovation. Infarm is good for you and good for the planet; grown using 95% less water and free of chemical pesticides.

Fresh Herb-Based Recipes that you can make with Infarm

It’s no Secret Herbs can elevate meals to fragrant and flavourful new heights. Let us inspire you with these 7 delicious ideas:

  1. Flavour ice cubes: Herbs like mint, thyme, rosemary and basil are great as tasty freezer staples.
  2. Add to salads: Typically relegated to garnish territory, parsley, chives, and cilantro can be so much more.
  3. Dress up desserts: Showcase the best the seasons have to offer with fresh herbs and bold flavours.
  4. Mix into chilled drinks: Elevate your fruit based cocktails with a touch of rosemary.
  5. Make an herbal tea: For a simple herbal tea, steep fresh mint leaves in hot water and enjoy.
  6. Boost marinades: Rosemary and mint pair well with meats like lamb and pork, while dill and fish are a good match.
  7. Power up pestos: If you’ve got leftover herbs, cheese ends and nuts, you’ve got homemade pesto.

Experiment and discover unique pairings to love, or go with these tried-and-true combinations: