Wholesum Harvest names Hannah La Luzerne as Sustainability Manager

Ricardo Crisantes, general manager for organic produce company Wholesum Harvest, announced that Hannah La Luzerne has been appointed Sustainability Manager for the company.

La Luzerne, who previously worked as a Sustainability Analyst for Dell Computers, will oversee Wholesum Harvest’s sustainability practices across the supply chain, from the grower to the consumer.

“At Wholesum Harvest, we believe it is our responsibility to leave the Earth better than we found it,” said Crisantes. “We pursue sustainability wherever we can. Hannah will work with our growers and operations staff to ensure that we are adhering to our high sustainability standards—protecting the Earth, minimizing waste, and using renewable energy when possible—while also protecting the health of our workers and providing our customers with safe, organic produce that is free of dangerous agrochemicals.”

Wholesum Harvest has long been committed to sustainable growing practices and environmentally friendly business operations, aggressively identifying ways to minimize the company’s carbon footprint.

Wholesum Harvest’s Amado, Ariz. greenhouse, for instance, is a closed greenhouse design that uses approximately 30 percent less energy than a traditional greenhouse.

For more information about Wholesum Harvest, visit www.wholesumharvest.com

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