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US restaurant chain opts for hydroponic fresh produce

Legal Sea Foods features greens from Little Leaf Farms in dishes such as their House Salad, Classic Caesar Salad, and in the Fennel Apple Salad accompaniment to their Signature Crab Cake starter.

Produce Alliance (PA) is exploring an innovative, local partnership between iconic east coast restaurant group, Legal Sea Foods, and the Boston-based hydroponic grower, Little Leaf Farms. Little Leaf Farms is known for their lettuce’s signature “curl” and fresh, crispy flavor which marries effortlessly with Legal Sea Foods’ longstanding commitment to quality and freshness.

“From protein to produce, sourcing local ingredients for our dishes has always been hugely important to Legal Sea Foods. We’re proud to support a fellow New England-based business committed to outstanding quality by partnering with Little Leaf Farms for our lettuce needs,” said Matt King, Chief Culinary Officer at PPX Hospitality Brands.

Legal Sea Foods features greens from Little Leaf Farms in dishes such as their House Salad, Classic Caesar Salad, and in the Fennel Apple Salad accompaniment to their Signature Crab Cake starter. Now staple ingredients on the Legal Sea Foods menu, the lettuce provides a flavorful and crisp base to each deliciously blended salad. From their adherence to a pier-to-plate process for sourcing seafood to choosing a produce purveyor with sustainable growing practices, Legal Sea Foods continues to demonstrate a deep dedication to providing guests with the freshest meals possible.

“Little Leaf Farms is thrilled to partner with Legal Sea Foods and become their official local lettuce supplier. As a Massachusetts-based company, we believe we are a perfect fit for their vision to procure local produce. We’re proud that our innovative approach allows us to supply restaurants like Legal Sea Foods with fresh, clean, and crispy greens and we can’t wait for their customers to try our lettuce!” says Chris Sellew, Sales Manager at Little Leaf Farms.

Read the complete article at www.qsrmagazine.com.

For more information:
Little Leaf Farms
P.O. Box 2069
Devens, MA 01434
844-LIL-LEAF (844-545-5323)
info@LittleLeafFarms.com
www.littleleaffarms.com


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