An outreach tool for Jeanine Davis in the Department of Horticultural Science at North Carolina State University to share information from her agricultural research and extension programs on organic farming, medicinal herbs, hops, truffles, and other alternative crops.
WNC Farmers: You might not want to start growing for Amy's Kitchen just yet
I cannot explain why we just learned about this today, but I thank the farmer who sent an email to my employee Emily today who passed the information on to me. That is that the organic food processor, Amy's Kitchen, has indefinitely delayed the opening of their Greenville, SC plant. I know there was great deal of excitement about this, so this news is a disappointment to some in our farming community. But the buyer is still interested in talking to growers; maybe even doing so test growing. I'll let you know when I know more.
Here is a link to an article about it. The same information is in the news section on the company's website. delay in opening new plant